Posts Tagged nonfiction


ASAP Science by Mitch Moffit and Greg Brown.

Once in a while, I like to indulge myself in junk-food literature. This could be a buzz-feed article, a celebrity’s interview, or the comments section on news websites. They’re not necessarily bad – if you read them in moderation. The book is riddled with quirky illustration which adds a sense of whimsy and wonder from […]


Salt: A World History by Mark Kurlansky

Once in a while I browse our library’s collection of books when I am having a difficult time choosing my next great read. I chose this book during one of my visits because I thought it should be worth reading; someone obviously spent a great deal of time and money writing about something as minute […]

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