Adult New Arrivals – Nonfiction

June Arrivals


  • NEW 155.937 LEE 2022
    Lee, Marisa Renee
    Grief is love : living with loss
    Summary:"In Grief is Love, author Marisa Renee Lee reveals that healing does not mean moving on-healing means learning to acknowledge and create space for your grief. She guides you through the pain of early grief and shows you how to to honor your loss. It’s common to plow through our feelings in the name of being "OK," but grief is so inextricably tied to love that you don’t just "get over it." Grief is Love is about making space for the transformation that this constant state of learning requires. It is about learning to love yourself and the one you lost with the same depth, passion, joy, and commitment you did when they were alive, perhaps even more. Lee shows that there isn’t only one way to grieve, and so your expression of it should be unique. She shepherds you through your grief as it arises and falls again and again. The transformation we each undergo after loss is the indelible imprint of the people we love on our lives, which is the true meaning of legacy. Healing after loss is not about burying pain but about acknowledging it and allowing grief to move through you in order to be whole. How do you manage the holidays, birthdays, and anniversaries? How do you get through the next year or even tomorrow? In beautiful, compassionate prose, Lee elegantly offers wisdom about what it means to authentically and defiantly claim space for these complicated feelings and emotions. And Lee is no stranger to grief herself, after losing her mother, her fertility, a pregnancy, and, most recently, a cousin to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this book, she also explores the unique impact of grief on Black people, Black women in particular, and reveals the key factors that proper healing requires: acknowledgement, rest, community, reflection, support, care and more. At its core, Grief is Love explores what comes after death, and shows us that if we are able to own and honor what we’ve lost, we can have a beautiful and joyful life in the midst of grief"–
    ISBN:0306926024, 9780306926020


  • NEW 306.766 KIRCHICK 2022
    Kirchick, James
    Secret city : the hidden history of gay Washington
    Summary:For decades, the specter of homosexuality haunted Washington. The mere suggestion that a person might be gay destroyed reputations, ended careers, and ruined lives. At the height of the Cold War, fear of homosexuality became intertwined with the growing threat of international communism, leading to a purge of gay men and lesbians from the federal government. In the fevered atmosphere of political Washington, the secret "too loathsome to mention" paradoxically held enormous, terrifying power. Utilizing thousands of pages of declassified documents, interviews with over one hundred people, and material unearthed from presidential libraries and archives around the country, Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington, from FDR through Clinton is a chronicle of American politics like no other. Beginning with the tragic story of Sumner Welles, Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s brilliant diplomatic advisor and the man at the center of "the greatest national scandal since the existence of the United States," award-winning journalist and author James Kirchick illuminates how the idea of homosexuality shaped each successive presidential administration, impacting everything from the creation of America’s earliest civilian intelligence agency to the rise and fall of McCarthyism, the struggle for African American civil rights, and the conservative movement. Celebrating the men and women who courageously decided that the source of their private shame could instead be galvanized for public pride, Kirchick offers a reinterpretation of American history told from the perspective of the citizens who lived in its shadows. Sweeping in scope and intimate in detail, Secret City will forever transform our understanding of American history.
    ISBN:“1627792325 : HRD”, “9781627792325 : HRD”, 1627792325, 9781627792325


  • NEW 320.5 MAMET 2022
    Mamet, David
    Recessional : the death of free speech and the cost of the free lunch
    Summary:"The Death of Free Speech and the Cost of the Free Lunch"–
    ISBN:9780063159006, “006315899X : HRD”, “9780063158993 : HRD”


  • NEW 336.2 TOP 2022
    Top federal tax issues for 2022 : CPE course
    ISBN:9780808056966, 0808056964


  • NEW 641.5893 VON EUW 2022
    Von Euw, Emily
    Vegan food in your Vitamix : 60 delicious, nutrient-packed recipes for everyone’s favorite blender
    Summary:Get ready to go vegan with the most versatile blender on the market as Emily teaches you how to make anything in your Vitamix®, from a classic Tropical Fruit Smoothie with Mango and Pineapple to a hearty Plant-Based Lasagna with Pesto, Mushrooms and Chickpeas. Craft a comforting bowl of heart-happy goodness with creamy Mac and Cheese with Marinated Tempeh, or try some Earthy Mushroom Soup with Soba Noodles, Green Onion and Edamame for a rainy-day dinner. And to satisfy your sweet tooth, indulge in rich Chocolate Cake with Avocado Frosting―your friends won’t believe you when you tell them you made it in your Vitamix®!
    ISBN:1645675637, 9781645675631


  • NEW 658.314 POPELKA 2022
    Popelka, Jill
    Experience, Inc. : why companies that uncover purpose, create connection, and celebrate their people will triumph
    Summary:"The "worker-first experience" is not just a new trend, but the evolution of what it means to work and be part of an organization, and recent power shifts within it. What can leaders, managers, and CHROs, do to position their companies to thrive in the new world? There are many issues for the C-Suiter to navigate — yet they’re all united by the need to focus on employee – human — experience. A flexible, versatile workforce will help your business overcome current challenges and define your future. The successful organizations are making the employee experience more central. This book will give you, the leader, insights about how to think about and outfit your company, in a way that works for your firm, your sector, and your industry"–
    ISBN:9781119852889, 9781119852896, “1119852870 : HRD”, “9781119852872 : HRD”


  • NEW 737 HANDBOOK 2023
    Yeoman, R. S.
    Handbook of United States coins 2023
    Summary:"The Blue Book is the #1 best-selling guide to wholesale coin priceshow much dealers will pay, on average, for your U.S. coins. The 2023 edition includes a 5-page full-color section on the new American Women quarters, and 10 illustrated case studies on how to grade your Lincoln cents, Buffalo nickels, Mercury dimes, Morgan dollars, and other popular American coins." —
    ISBN:0794849687, 9780794849689, 0794849679, 9780794849672


  • NEW 940.5405 SNYDER 2022
    Snyder, Timothy.
    Bloodlands : Europe between Hitler and Stalin
    Summary:Americans call the Second World War "the Good War." But before it even began, America’s ally Stalin had killed millions of his own citizens–and kept killing them during and after the war. Before Hitler was defeated, he had murdered six million Jews and nearly as many other Europeans. At war’s end, German and Soviet killing sites fell behind the Iron Curtain, leaving the history of mass killing in darkness. Assiduously researched, deeply humane, and utterly definitive, Bloodlands is a new kind of European history, presenting the mass murders committed by the Nazi and Stalinist regimes as two aspects of a single story. With a new afterword addressing the relevance of these events to the contemporary decline of democracy, Bloodlands is required reading for anyone seeking to understand the central tragedy of modern history and its meaning today.
    ISBN:1541600061, 9781541600065


  • NEW 943.086092 DOUGHERTY 2022
    Dougherty, Nancy
    The hangman and his wife : the life and death of Reinhard Heydrich
    Summary:"A portrait of one of the darkest figures of Hitler’s Nazi elite–Reinhard Heydrich, the designer and executor of the Holocaust, chief of the Reich Main Security, including the Gestapo–interwoven with commentary by his wife, Lina, from the author’s in-depth interviews."–
    ISBN:0394543416, 9780394543413


  • NEW 947.0864 BELTON 2022
    Belton, Catherine
    Putin’s people : how the KGB took back Russia and then took on the West
    Summary:A chilling and revelatory expose of the KGB’s renaissance, Putin’s rise to power, and how Russian black cash is subverting the world. In Putin’s People, former Moscow correspondent and investigative journalist Catherine Belton reveals the untold story of how Vladimir Putin and his entourage of KGB men seized power in Russia and built a new league of oligarchs. Through exclusive interviews with key inside players, Belton tells how Putin’s people conducted their relentless seizure of private companies, took over the economy, siphoned billions, blurred the lines between organized crime and political powers, shut down opponents, and then used their riches and power to extend influence in the West. In a story that ranges from Moscow to London, Switzerland and Trump’s America, Putin’s People is a gripping and terrifying account of how hopes for the new Russia went astray, with stark consequences for its inhabitants and, increasingly, the world.
    ISBN:1250787327, 9781250787323


  • NEW 973.52 GUYATT 2022
    Guyatt, Nicholas
    The hated cage : an American tragedy in Britain’s most terrifying prison
    Summary:"The formidable Dartmoor Prison was the first permanent facility for prisoners of war on British soil. Known as the ‘hated cage,’ American captives–Black and white–from the War of 1812 languished in it for years, even after the war ended, stewing in frustration and rage. Although the prisoners had been racially integrated as sailors on American naval ships, Dartmoor became deeply segregated, like the United States itself. Then, on April 6, 1815, a minor flashpoint between the prisoners and the guards turned into a massacre, as guards opened fire. Nine Americans were killed, and dozens injured. It was the last time Britons intentionally killed Americans in a war–and it also led to the prisoners developing a shared national identity that began to trump their racial differences. The Hated Cage provides astonishing insight into the War of 1812, a conflict which proved embarrassing to both sides, by illuminating the tensions between a massive power with a foothold still in the Americas and the upstart nation desperate for true sovereignty. Celebrated historian Nicholas Guyatt brings to vivid life the forgotten story of how these prisoners came into British custody and of how they negotiated and renegotiated their racial identities as they faced a common enemy. Drawing on extensive material from archives in Britain and the United States, The Hated Cage reveals how, in unlikely and dire circumstances, the men trapped within Dartmoor came together to chart a new sense of themselves–as Americans"–
    ISBN:1541645669, 9781541645660