- Acceptance: A Legendary Guidance Counselor Helps Seven Kids Find the Right Colleges—and Find Themselves
News and World Report , has documented the year he spent at suburban Long Island's Oyster Bay High School closely observing the rather unorthodox college counselor Gwyeth Smith and seven college-bound seniors.
- Everybody Is Stupid Except for Me and Other Astute Observations
Bagge aims his (constitutionally protected) satirical blunderbuss at both the left and the right, and occasionally points it at fellow libertarians and even himself.
- Hypnotizing Maria
While it mines the same territory as The Secret , Bach's book is far richer, raising provocative questions and striking the perfect balance, providing answers without implying that they are the only—or necessarily the right—ones.
- A Mighty Long Way: My Journey to Justice at Little Rock Central High School
Her plainspoken report from the front line is, nevertheless, a worthy contribution to the history of civil rights in America.
- Mercury in Retrograde
But once they band together, they right themselves while helping each other.
- What We Leave Behind
The book is flawed by lapses into rants and rages, but Jensen and McBay's message that we need to grow up and put away the childish notion that we have the right to take whatever we want from nonhumans is eminently reasonable.
- American Radical: The Life and Times of I.F. Stone
At his death, reporter and amateur classicist I.F.
- The Sign
While in Antarctica covering the breakup of the continent's ice shelf, TV reporter Grace Logan and her crew are astounded to see a “bright, shimmering sphere of light” in the sky.
- Cemetery Dance
Given eyewitness descriptions of the killer, including one from Kelly herself, as well as surveillance footage showing a blood-stained Fearing emerging from the apartment building right after the crime, the case appears to be open and shut—until Pendergast and his NYPD ally, Lt.
- What We Leave Behind
The book is flawed by lapses into rants and rages, but Jensen and McBay's message that we need to grow up and “put away the childish notion that we have the right to take whatever we want from nonhumans” is eminently reasonable.
- Marry Smart: The Intelligent Woman's Guide to True Love
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- The Foie Gras Wars: How a 5,000-Year-Old Delicacy Inspired the World's Fiercest Food Fight
Drawing on conflicts in Chicago, Philadelphia and California over whether force-feeding birds should be legislated as torture or standard agricultural practice, Caro presents various positions from duck farmers, chefs and animal rights activists.
- Child Care Today: Getting It Right for Everyone
.), Leach reports that nonparental child care is an indisputable fact of modern life, and that “discussing whether it is bad for children is no more useful than discussing whether we would all be better off without television or the Internet.”
- Our Bodies, Our Crimes: The Policing of Women's Reproduction in America
Bolstered by quotes and firsthand accounts, Flavin delivers eye-opening reports on topics including abortion rights, infant abandonment and battered women, detailing little-noticed or taken-for-granted policies that restrict and remand women.
- Reporting America
Cooke, an Englishman who adopted America as his home, captured the country’s historic moments (Korea, the civil rights movement, the moon landing, Watergate), but also traveled extensively and gave voice to the man in the street and outside of the hotbeds of power.