New Non-fiction

  • October 2019

    • Dreamland by Sam Quinones
    • The Evolution of Agricultural Technology by Paula Marie
    • The Far Away Brothers: Two Teenage Immigrants Making a Life in America by Lauren Markham
    • How Hamilton Made it to the Stage by Gerry Boehme
    • The Miracle and Tragedy of the Dionne Quintuplets by Sarah Elizabeth Miller
    • Strangers Assume my Girlfriend is my Nurse by Sahne Burcaw

    June 2019 

    • Electric War: Edison, Tesla, Westinghouse, and the race to light the world  by Mike Winchell
    • Hey Kiddo by Jarrett Krosoczka

    May 2019  

    • Athletes, Ethics, and Morality by Martin Gitlin
    • Autism by Richard Spilsbury
    • Bipolar Disorder by Richard Spilsbury
    • Cystic Fibrosis by Richard Spilsbury
    • Depression by Richard Spilsbury
    • Down Syndrome by Richard Spilsbury
    • The Effectiveness of Alternative Medicine by Lisa Idzikowski
    • Fake News: read all about it  by the New York Times
    • The Gender Pay Gap: equal work, unequal pay by The New York Times
    • How Rent Made it to the Stage by George Capaccio
    • How The Lion King Made it to the Stage by George Capaccio
    • How Wicked Made it to the Stage by Jeri Freedman
    • Immigration and Travel Restriction by M.M. Eboch
    • Inside Coding by Mike Saunders
    • Inside a Gaming PC by Russell Barnes
    • Inside Drones by Alex Elliott
    • Inside Raspberry Pi2 by Gray Girling
    • Inside Robotics by James Cooper
    • Lighting and Sound in Theater by George Capaccio
    • The Opioid Epidemic by The New York Times
    • Pesticides and GMOs by Yea Jee Bae
    • Producing in Theater by Daniel E. Harmon
    • Producing in TV and Film by Gerry Boehme   
    • Set Design and Prop Making in Theater by Bethany Bryan
    • Set Design in TV and Film by Ruth Bjorklund
    • Sound Mixing in TV and Film by David Heidelberger
    • Stage management in Theater by Jeri Freedman                                

     April 2019

    • Soaring Earth: A companion memoir to Enchanted Air by Margarita Engle

    March 2019

    • Anne Frank's Tales from the secret annex including her unfinished novel Cady's life by Anne Frank
    • Becoming a member of a robotics club by Margaux Baum
    • Building a career in robotics by Margaux Baum
    • A career as a mobile app developer by Jason Porterfield
    • A career as a social media manager by Jeff Mapua
    • Cybersecurity careers by Kathryn Hulick
    • Deporting immigrants by Anne Cunningham
    • Engineering and building robots for competitions by Margaux Baum
    • The faithful spy: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the plot to kill Hitler by John Hendrix
    • Fake news and media bias by Lucian Vance
    • The future of robotics by Laura La Bella
    • The history of robots and robotics by Margaux Baum
    • Information now: a graphic guide to student research by Matt Upson
    • Internet journalism and fake news Kathryn Roberts
    • Quarterback: inside the most important position in the National Football League by John Feinstein
    • Thinking critically. Cell phones by Bradley Steffens
    • Thinking critically. Cybercrime by Jamuna Carroll
    • Thinking critically. Gun control by John Allen
    • Thinking critically. Nuclear proliferation by Jamuna Carroll
    • Thinking critically.Opioid abuse by Christine Wilcox
    • Thinking critically.Performance-enhancing drugs by Stephen Currie
    • Thinking critically. Sexual harassment by Stephen Currie
    • Thinking critically. Social networking by Jamuna Carroll
    • Thinking critically. Teen suicide by Bradley Steffens
    • Thinking critically. Terrorism by John Allen
    • Transgender rights by Martin Gitlin
    • We are displaced: my journey and stores from refugee girls around the world by Malala Yousafzai
    • Working in green construction by Andrew Morkes

    February 2019

    • Ever Since Darwin: reflections in natural history by Stephen Jay Gould
    • Fake News: separating truth from fiction by Michael Miller
    • Food fight!: a mouthwatering history of who ate and what through the ages by Tanya Wenman Steel
    • The how it can be gluten-free cookbook: revolutionary techniques, groundbreaking recipes by America's Test Kitchen
    • Imagine by Juan Felipe Herrerra
    • The lives of a cell: notes of a biology watcher by Lewis Thomas
    • The man who mistook his wife for a hat and other clinical tales by Oliver Sacks
    • Meditate with me: a step-by-step mindfulness journey by Mariam Gates
    • The Medusa and the snail: more notes of a biology watcher by Lewis Thomas
    • Proud: living my American by Ibtihaj Muhammad
    • Salt Fat Acid Heat: mastering the elements of good cooking by Samin Nosrat
    • The tragical history of Doctor  Faustus by Christopher Marlowe

    January 2019

    • Anime: Japanese animation comes to America by Kenneth Bartolotta
    • Brazen: rebel ladies who rocked the world by Penelope Bajieu
    • Computer animation - telling stories with digital art by Tanya Dellaccio
    • LGBTQ+Athletes Claim the Field: struggling for equality by Kristin Cronn- Mills
    • Modern Nerds Guide to Drone Racing by Ryan Nagelhout
    • Unwanted: stories of the Syrian refugees by Don Brown
    • Upon Further Review: the greatest what-ifs in sports history by Mike Pesca
    • Virtual Reality by Susan Henneberg
    • Virtual Reality and Medicine by James Roland

    December 2018

    • 3D Materials and Construction Possibilities
    • 3D Printing at School and Makerspaces
    • 3D Printing Techniques and Processes
    • America's Prisons
    • Alzheimer's Disease
    • Applications for 3D Printing
    • Autism Spectrum Disorder
    • Basketball
    • Breast Cancer
    • Corporate Farming
    • Cyberwarfare
    • The Dangers of Sexually Transmitted Disease
    • Diabetes
    • The Electoral College and the Popular Vote
    • Feminism
    • Future Uses and Possibilities of 3D Printing
    • Graffiti
    • Graphic Designer
    • Hacking and Freedom of Information
    • How Does 3D Printing Work?
    • Hulu and Jason Kilar
    • Instagram
    • Internet Journalism and Fake News
    • The Politics of Water Scarcity
    • The Power of Coding
    • The Power of C++
    • The Power of PHP
    • The Power of Java
    • The Power of JavaScript
    • The Power of Python
    • The Power of Ruby
    • Project Learning with 3D Printing
    • Reed Hastings and Netflix
    • Sanctuary Cities
    • Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, and the Sharing Economy
    • Using Computer Science in Digital Gaming Careers
    • Violent Video Games and Society
    • The Zika Virus

    November 2018

    • Extreme Longevity  by Karen Latchana Kenney

    October 2018

    • AIQ- How people and machines are smarter together by Nicholas G. Polson
    • Balcony on the Moon: coming of age in Palestine by Ibtisam Barakat
    • Fenway 1912: the birth of a ballpark, a championship season, and Fenway's remarkable first year by Glenn Stout
    • Mary Shelley: the strange, true tale of Frankenstein's creator by Catherine Reef

    September 2018

    • Courageous Women of the Vietnam War: medics, journalist, survivors, and more by Kathryn J. Atwood
    • Ginger Kid: mostly true tales from a former nerd by Steve Hofstetter
    • Google It: a history of Google by Anna Crowley Redding

    May 2018

    • My shot: balancing it all and standing tall by Elena Delle Donne
    • Voices in the Air: poems for listeners by Naomi Shihab Nye

    April 2018

    • Shop class a soulcraft: an inquiry into the value of work by Matthew B. Crawford

     March 2018

    • Americanized: rebel without a green card by Sara Saedi
    • Playbook 52 Rules to Aim, Shoot, and Score in this Game Called Life by Kwame Alexander
    • Racial Profiling Everyday Inequality by Alison Behnke 
    • Tasting the Sky: A Palestinian Childhood by Ibtisam Barakat
    • Victoria Portrait of a Queen by Catherine Reef

     February 2018 

    • Lighting Up the Brain: The science of optogenetics by Marc Zimmerman

    January 2018

    • Geoengineering Earths Climate: resetting the thermostat by Jennifer Swanson

    December 2017

    • Because I was a girl: true stories for girls of all ages by Melissa de la Cruz
    • Fault lines in the Constitution: the framers, their rights, and the flows that affect us today by Cynthia Levinson

    November 2017

    • Alexander Hamilton Revolutionary by Martha Brockenbrough
    • Animals make us human: creating the best life for animals by Temple Grandin
    • STEM Girls who code: learn to code and change the world by Reshma Saujani
    • Kabul Beauty School: an American woman goes behind the veil by Deborah Rodriquez
    • Smile & succeed for teens: must-know people skills for today's wired world by Kirt Manecke
    • Vincent and Theo: The Van Gogh brothers by Deborah Heiligman

    October 2017

    • Artificial Intelligence: building smarter machines by Stephanie Sammartino McPherson
    • Far From the Tree by Andrew Solomon
    • Grace Hopper: queen of computer code by Laurie Wallmark
    • Graphic design: a new history by Stephen Eskilson
    • Graphic design history edited by Steven Heller and Georgette Ballance
    • How to read literature like a professor: a lively and entertaining guide to reading between the lines by Thomas C. Foster
    • The science of good cooking: master 50 simple concepts to enjoy a lifetime of success in the kitchen by America's Test Kitchen
    • Trapped under the sea: one engineering marvel, five men, and a disaster ten miles into the darkness by Neil Swiedy

    September 2017

    • Factory Girls - a kaleidoscopic account of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire by Christine Seifert
    • How Dare the Sun Rise: memoirs of a war child by Sandra Uwiringiyimana
    • Playbook: 52 rules to aim, shoot, and score in this game called life by Alexander Kwame
    • View from the Cheap Seats by Neil Gaiman

     May 2017

    • Dog in the Cave by Kay Frydenborg
    • Girl Code: Gaming, going viral, and getting it done  by Andrea Gonzales 
    • Legends: The Best Players, Games, and Teams in Basketball by Howard Bryant
     
     April 2017
    •  Exoplanets: Worlds Beyond our Solar System by Karen Latchana Kenney
    • March Book Two by John Lewis
    March 2017
    • The Energy Bus - 10 Rules to Fuel Your Life, Work, and Team with Positive Energy by Jon Gordon
    • March- Book Three by John Lewis
    • The Reason I Jump-The Inner Voice of a 13 Year Old Boy with Autism by Naoki Higashida
     
     February 2017
    • Computer Technology Innovators
    • Cook's Science: How to Unlock Flavor in 50 of our Favorite Ingredients
    • Peanuts, A Tribute to Cahrles M. Schultz: Over 40 Artists Celebrate the Work of Charles M. Schultz
    • The Science of Basketball with Max Axiom, Super Scientist by Nikole Brooks Bethea 
    • Ugly: A Memoir by Robert Hoge
     
     January 2017
    • Bleed, Blister, Puke, and Purge: The Dirty Secrets Behind Early American Medicine by J. Marin Yonker
    • Blood, Bullets, and Bones: the Story of Forensic Science from Sherlock Holmes to DNA by Bridget Heos
    • Careers: The Graphic Guide to Finding the Perfect Job For You by Sarah Pawlewski
    • Hole Story of the Doughnut by Pat Miller
    • The Pregnancy Project; A Memoir by Gaby Rodrigquez
    • Rising Above: How 11 Athletes Overcame Challenges in their Youth to Become Stars by Gregory Zuckerman
    • Ten Days A Madwoman: The Daring Life and Turbulent Times of the Original "girl" reporter, Nellie Bly by Deborah Noyes
    • Vlad the Impaler: The Real Count Dracula by Enid A. Goldberg
    • We Will Not be Silent: The White Rose Student Resistance Movement that Defied Adolf Hitler by Russell Freedman
     December 2016
    • Applying Algebra to Everyday Life by Erik Richardson
    • Applying Functions to Everyday Life by Erik Richardson
    • Applying Geometry to Everyday Life by Erik Richardson
    • Applying Modeling to Everyday Life by Erik Richardson
    • Applying Number and Quantity to Everyday Life by Erik Richardson
    • Applying Statistics and Probability to Everyday Life by Erik Richardson
    • Blood Bullets and Bones: The Story of Forensic Science from Sherlock Holmes to DNA by Bridget Heos
    • Career as an Operating and Stationary Engineer by Kerry Hinton
    • Career in Roofing and Flooring by Daniel E. Harmon
    • Careers in Glasswork by Tamra Orr
    • Careers in Sheet Metal and Ironwork by Tamra Orr
    • Career as a Construction Manager by Ann Byers
    • Career as a Mason by Edward Willett
    • Career as a Heavy Equipment Operator by Henrietta Toth
    • Domestic Surveillance by Noel Merino
    • Exploring the Mysteries of the Elements by Jack Challoner
    • Painting and Wall Covering by Laura La Bella            
    • Some Writer: The Story of E.B. White by Melissa Sweet 
    • What is the Future of the Drones? by Stuart A. Kallen
    • What is the Future of Artificial Intelligence? by John Allen
    • What is the Future of Nanotechnology? by John Allen
    • What is the Future of Self-Driving Cars? by Stephanie Watson
    • What is the Future of Virtual Reality? by Carla Mooney
    • What is the Future of 3D Printing? by Hal Marcovitz
     
     November 2016
    •  Sachiko! A Nagasaki survivor's story by Caren Barzelay Stelson
    October 2016 
    • Presenting Buffalo Bill by Candace Fleming 
     September 2016
    • Every Falling Star - The true story of how I survived and Escaped North Korea by Sungju Lee
    • Guided Inquiry: Learning in the 21st Century by Carol Collier Kuhithau
    • Human Microbiome: The Germs That Keep You Healthy by Rebecca E. Hirsch
    • The Reason I Jump; The Inner Voice of a Thirteen Year Old Boy With Autism by Naoki Higashida
    • Sabotage: The Mission to Destroy Hitler's Atomic Bomb by Neal Bascomb
    • Summer Days and Summer Nights - Twelve Love Stories edited and with a story by Stephanie Perkins 
     May 2016
    • Imbeciles: The Supreme Court, American Eugenics, and the Sterliziation of Carrie Buck by Adam Cohen
    • Lab Girl by Hope Jahren
    • Lit up: one reporter, three schools, twenty-four books that can change lives by David Denby
    • Vox Spanish and English School Dictionary 
     April 2016
    • Nemesis: one man and the battle for Rio by Misha Glenny
    • Reproductive Rights: who decides  by Vicki O. Wittenstein
     March 2016
    • Ebola Epidemic: The fight, the future by Connie Goldsmith
    • Graphic Design Visionaries by Caroline Roberts
    • Magnificent Minds: Sixteen remarkable women of science and medicine by Pendred Noyce
     
     February 2016
    • The Borden murders:Lizzie Borden and the trial of the century by Sarah Miller 
     January 2016
    • Boy who harnessed the wind, The  by William Kamkwamba
    • Boys in the Boat by Gregory Mone
    • Fatal fever - tracking down Typhoid Mar by Gail Jarrow
    • FDR and the American crisis by Albert Marrin
    • Iron rails,iron men, and the race to link the nation by Martin Sandler
    • Prisoners of Breendonk, The by James M. Deem
    • Rhythm ride by Andrea Davis Pinkney
    • Sneaker century by Amber Keyser
    • Stonewall - breaking out in the fight by Ann Bausum
    • Symphony for the city of the dead by M.T. Anderso 
     
     December 2015
    • Careers in child care by Jeri Freedman
    • Careers in hospitality by Erin Staley
    • Careers for tech girls in math by Gina Hagler
    • Careers for tech girls in computer by Heather Niver
    • Careers for tech girls in video by Laura La Bella
    • Careers for tech girls in engineering by Marcia Lusted
    • Careers in tech girls in science by Rebecca Klein
    • Careers in tech girls in technology by Carol Hand
    • Cause and effect - World War II by John Allen
    • Cause and effect - The American Revolution by Hal Marcovitz
    • Cause and effect - The September 11 attacks by Robert Green
    • Genetically modified crops and food by Natalie Regis
    • Hulu and Jason Kilar by Laura La Bella
    • Internet and social media addiction by Andrea Nakaya
    • Khan Academy and Salman Khan by Ariana Wolff
    • Lincolns Spymaster: America's first private eye by Samantha Seiple
    • Media: from news coverage to political coverage by Sandra Donovan
    • Most dangerous: Daniel Ellsberg and the secret history of the Vietnam War by Steve Sheinkin
    • Political parties: from nominations to victory celebrations by James McPherson
    • Special interests: from lobbyists to campaign finding by Sandra Donovan
    • Step-by-step guide to becoming a leader at school & on the job by Jeri Freedman
    • Transgender people by Tamara Thompson
    • Voters by Robert Grayson
    • What degree do I need to pursue in bookkeeping & accounting? by Laura La Bella
    • What degree do I need to pursue in business? by Tamra Orr
    • What degree do I need to pursue in health care? by Rita Hubbard
    • What degree do I need to pursue in education? by Joseph Kampff
    • What degree do I need to pursue in nursing? by Linda Bickerstaff
    • What degree do I need to pursue in information technology and information systems? by David Kassnoff
    • Working as an electrician in your community by Bobi Martin
    • Working as a hairstylist in your community by Don Rauf
    • Working as a mechanic in your community by Mary Kamberg
    • Working as a tattoo artist in your community by Jason Porterfield
    • Working as a physical therapist in your community by David Kassnoff
    • Yoga by Goldie Karpel Oren
     November 2015
    •  The Shift: One nurse, twelve hours, four patients' lives by Theresa Brown 
     October 2015
    •  Animals, vegetable, miracle: a year of  food life by Barbara Kingsolver
    • Information insecurity - privacy under siege by Brendan January
    • The boys who challenged Hitler by Philip M. Hoose
     September 2015
    • Hope and other luxuries: a mother's life with a daughter's anorexia by Clare B. Dunule
    • Opposing Viewpoints: Birth defects
    • Opposing Viewpoints: Domestic terrorism
    • Opposing Viewpoints: Gender roles
    • Opposing Viewpoints: Human genetics
    • Opposing Viewpoints: Performance-enhancing drugs 
    • Opposing Viewpoints: Women's health
    • Three more words by Ashley Rhodes-Courter
    • Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom: My story of the 1965 Selma voting rights march by Lynda Blackmon Lowery
    • You're never weird on the internet (almost): a memoir by Felicia Day
     
    May 2015
    • Basketball for women by Nancy Lieberman
    • CBS Sports presents: stories from the final four by Matt Fulks
    • The Cook's illustrated baking book by the editor's at America's Test Kitchen
    • Elena Vanishing by Clare B. Dunkle
    • Fordlandia: the rise and fall of  Henry Ford's forgotten jungle city by Greg Grandin
    • Just for fun; the story of AAU women by Robert W. Ikard
    • The Ocean alphabet book by Jerry Pallotta
    • Saul Bass: a life in film & design by Jennifer Bass
    • The vegetable alphabet book by Jerry Pallotta
    • This strange wilderness: the life and art of John James Audubon by Nancy Plains
    • Two miserable presidents: Everything your schoolbooks didn't tell you about the civil war by Steve Sheinkin
    • Welders guide by James E. Brumbaugh
    • What Einstein told his cook: kitchen science explained by Robert L. Wolke
    • Where you go is not who you'll be : an antidote to the college admissions mania by Frank Bruni

     

    April 2015
    • The Bullie$ of Wall Street by Sheila Bair
    • Chocolate: Sweet Science and Dark Secrets of the World's Favorite Treat by Kay Frydenborg 
    • The Final four by Mary E. Schulte
    • The Hot Zone by Richard Preston
    • I Will Always Write Back by Caitlin Alifirenka
    • The Lost City of Z by David Grann
    • What Einstein told his Cook 2 by Robert L. Wolke

    March 2015

    • Ida M. Tarbell by Emily Arnold McCully
    • Popular: a memoir: vintage wisdom for a modern girl by Maya Van Wagenen
    • What to Expect the First Year by Heidi Murkoff

    February 2015

    • A Volcano Beneath the Snow by Albert Marrin
    • Above the Dreamless Dead by Chris Duffy
    • Bombs over Bikini by Connie Goldsmith
    • The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller
    • Hidden like Anne Frank by Marcel Prins
    • How the Beatles Changed the World by Martin W. Sandler
    • How they Choked by Georgia Bragg
    • Reading in the Wild by Donalyn Miller
    • The Freedom Summer Murders by Don Mitchell
    • The Smartest Kids in the World and How they got that way by Amanda Ripley
    • What to Expect the Second Year by Heidi Murkoff

    January 2015

    • Amazon by Aurelia Jackson 
    • Animation by Stuart A. Kallen
    • Anime and Manga by John Allen
    • Cell Phones in Schools by Roman Espejo
    • Disney's Pixar by Aurelia Jackson
    • Economics of the Super Bowl by Lizann Flatt
    • Facebook by Celicia Scott
    • Google by Aurelia Jackson
    • Graphic Arts by Gail B. Stewart
    • How do Video Games Affect Society? by Patricia D. Netzley
    • Instagram by Rosa Waters
    • Netflix by Aurelia Jackson
    • Online Privacy and Business by Carla Mooney
    • Online Privacy and Government by Harry Henderson
    • Online Privacy and Hacking by John Allen
    • Online Privacy and Health Care by Melissa Abramovitz
    • Online Privacy and Social Media by Carla Mooney
    • Road Rage by Amy Francis
    • The Economics of a Rock Concert by Sheri Perl
    • The Economics of a Video Game by Kathryn Hulick
    • The History of Video Games by Lydia Bjornlund
    • Tumblr by Aurelia Jackson
    • Twitter by Celicia Scott
    • Video Games and Youth by Andrea C. Nakaya
    • Video Games, Violence, and Crime by Patricia D. Netzley
    • You Tube by Celicia Scott

    December 2014

    • A Closer Look at Plant Classifications, Parts, and Uses by Sherman Hollar
    • Amazing Feats of Electrical Engineering by Jennifer Swanson
    • Career Opportunities in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources by Susan Echaore-McDavid
    • Career Opportunities in Travel and Hospitality by Jennifer Bobrow Burns
    • Cite Right by Charles Lipson
    • Discovering Wes Moore by Wes Moore
    • Great Careers with a High School Diploma by Rowan Riley
    • Hospitality and Catering Careers by Cath Senker
    • King George: What was his Problem? by Steve Sheinkin
    • The Family Romanov by Candace Fleming
    • The Port Charles 50 by Steve Sheinkin
    • What to Expect when you're Expecting by Heidi Murkoff

    November 2014

    • A Career as an Electrician by Daniel Harmon
    •  Career as a Hairstylist by Bridget Heos
    • Baking at home with the Culinary Institute of America
    • Careers as a Marketing and Public Relations Specialist by Daniel Harmon
    • Careers in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning by Linda Bickerstaff
    • Careers in Online Retailing by Jason Glaser
    • Carpentry Complete by Andy Engel
    • Cerebral Palsy by Jacqueline Langwith
    • Conduct Disorder by Barbara Hollander
    • Cool Careers without College for People who love animals by Carol Hand
    • Cool Careers without College for People who are really good at science and math by Daniel McGuiness
    • Cool Careers without College for People who like to build thingby Heather Niver
    • Cool Careers without College for People who love music by Carla Mooney
    • Cool Careers without College for People who love nature by Gabriella Navarre
    • Cool Careers without College for People who love to cook and eat by Sarah Machajewski
    • Epilepsy by Peggy Parks
    • Gender Identity by Nicki Petrilowski
    • Getting the most out of makerspaces  to build robots by Jacob Cohen
    • Getting the most out of makerspaces to create with 3-D printers by Nicki Petrikowski
    • Huntington's Disease by Clay Naff
    • Lou Gehrig's Disease by Sylvia Engdahl
    • Medical Marijuana by Arthur Gillard
    • Meningitis by Sylvia Enghaha
    • Multiple Sclerosis by Melissa Abramovitz
    • Muscular Dystrophy by Paula Johanson
    • Parkinson's Disease by Lori Dittmar
    • Smart Strategies for buying a car by Daniel Harmon
    • Smart Strategies for investing wisely and successfully by Judy Petersen
    • Smart Strategies for paying for college by G.S. Prentzas
    • Smart Strategies for saving and building wealth by Linda Bickerstaff
    • Smart Strategies for sharing, subletting, and renting an apartment by Jennifer Landau
    • Taunton's wiring complete by Michael Litchfield
    • Teen stress and anxiety by Jason Porterfield
    • The vo-tech track to success in architecture and construction by Amie Leavitt
    • The vo-tech track to success in business by Adam Furgang
    • The vo-tech track to success in health care by Susan Hennenberg
    • The vo-tech track to success in hospitality and tourism by Mindy Mozer
    • The vo-tech track to success in human services by Marcia Amido Lusted
    • The vo-tech track to success in information technology by Terry Meyer
    • The vo-tech track to success in manufacturing, machines, and automotive care by Joe Craig

    October 2014

    • 1,000 Gluten-free recipes by Carol Lee Fenster
    • 1,000 Vegan recipes by Robin Robertson
    • 100 Essential modern poems by Joseph Parisi
    • 100 ideas that changed graphic design by Steven Heller
    • 125 Gluten-free vegetarian by Carol Lee Fenster
    • 200 Skills every cook must have by Clara Paul
    • All the fun's in how you say a thing by Timothy Steele
    • LogoLounge by Catherine M. Fishel
    • Poetry 180 by Billy Collins
    • Teaching STEM in the early years by Sally Moomaw
    • The 20th century in poetry by Michael Hulse
    • The best gluten-free family by Donna Washburn
    • Visible learning by John Hattier
    • Women of steel and stone by Anna M. Lewis

    September 2014

    •  A Volcano Beneath the Snow by Albert Martin
    • Booklists 1000 Best Young Adult Books Since 2000 by Gillian Engberg
    • Frida & Diego by Catherine Reef
    • Interacting with History by Katharine Lehma
    • The Women who Challenged Big Business and Won by Ida M. Turbell