Monday, June 10, 2019

NonFic: Politics, Celebrity, War


Vegetables Illustrated: an inspring guide with 700+ kitchen-tester recipes by America's Test Kitchen. Recipes.

Vanlife Diaries: finding freedom on the open road by Kathleen Morton, Jonny Dustow, Jared Melrose. Many photos about living in vans and traveling.

The Impeachers: the trial of Andrew Johnson and the dream of a just nation by Brenda Wineapple. Wineapple is an uncommon name. This looks interesting.

Dignity: seeking respect in back row America by Chris Arnade. Wall Street gets fed up with Wall Street weasels and quits his work. Ends up driving around US to photograph and interview people.

Infinite Powers: how calculus reveals the secrets of the universe by Steven Strogatz. Math by a math teacher with math diagrams. My children may like this book.

D-Day Girls: the spies who armed the resistance, sabotaged the nazis, and helped win World War II by Sarah Rose. Page 192 says, "The dog sneezed on the curtains." Yeah, I know that feeling.

Howard Stern Comes Again by Howard Stern. Celebrity interviews over the years.

Fault Lines: a history of the United States since 1974 by Kevin M. Kruse and Julian E. Zelizer. History written by historians. Very nice indexing.

Hero Dinners: complete one-pan meals that save the day by Marge Perry and David Bonom. Bonom is an uncommon name as well. Many pretty pictures.

Furious Hours: murder, fraud, and the last trial of Harper Lee by Casey Cep. Lee researched a murder case and conviction. Cep rolls it all together.

We Speak for Ourselves: a word from forgotten Black America by D. Watkins. Essays with a tour through Baltimore neighborhoods.

The Kids In the Hall: one dumb guy by Paul Myers. Biography of the comedy troupe. I'm a fan so I figured other people would also be interested in reading this.

The Presidents: noted historians rank America's best - and worst - Chief Executives by Brian Lamb, Susan Swain and C-SPAN. Nixon is #28.  Arthur is #35.

Maybe You Should Talk to Somebody: a therapist, her therapist, and our lives revealed by Lori Gottlieb. A therapist goes to a therapist.

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