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Eat and Run by Scott Jurek
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Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell by Susanna Clarke
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Plants and Habitats An Introduction to Common Plants and Their by Ben Averis
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When I studied field biology in Texas, our first assignment was to trace the borders the biotic regions of Texas on a large road map of the state. We then studied the characteristics of each region. Throughout the class, everything we learned about v ...more
Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? by Alex  Hutchinson
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This is book is a redesign change from much of the nonsense that gets written about health and fitness. It is one of the best fitness books I've ever read. So many books on health and fitness fall into the category of what I call “one true way” books ...more
The Wild Places by Robert Macfarlane
The Wild Places
by Robert Macfarlane
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I originally purchased The Wild Places a year and a half ago as a Kindle Daily Deal. I started reading it during my commute on a whim after I'd finished another book and was looking for something else to read. It quickly became clear that this was a ...more
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What to Eat by Joanna Blythman
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Mansfield Park by Jane Austen
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Clumsy by Jeffrey Brown
Clumsy
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“One of the loudest voices to address this issue belonged to the American Library Association (ALA). Librarians felt duty-bound to try to stop Hitler from succeeding in his war of ideas against the United States. They had no intention of purging their shelves or watching their books burn, and they were not going to wait until war was declared to take action.”
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