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Nonfiction Round-Up (5/8/19)

This week’s Non-Fic picks cover our favorite topics: Baseball! Our complicated emotions! DOGS! Surviving college!

TEN INNINGS AT WRIGLEY: The Wildest Ballgame Ever, with Baseball on the Brink by Kevin Cook

Two starred reviews!

“Every year there is a new crop of baseball books of varying quality, with one or two of them rising above the pack. TEN INNINGS AT WRIGLEY will be among the 2019 releases that will be read for years.”–Booklist, starred review

“This is an excellent look at a momentous individual game, and the long view of the ways baseball has changed during the last 30 years is equally rewarding.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

THE EMOTION CODE: How to Release Your Trapped Emotions for Abundant Health, Love, and Happiness (Updated and Expanded Edition) by Dr. Bradley Nelson

In this newly revised and expanded edition of THE EMOTION CODE, renowned holistic physician and lecturer Dr. Bradley Nelson skillfully lays bare the inner workings of the subconscious mind and provides a powerful and simple way to rid yourself of this baggage.

A DOG NAMED BEAUTIFUL: A Marine, a Dog, and a Long Road Trip Home by Rob Kugler

“The author expertly balances his personal journey through past trauma and to finding inner peace with Bella at his side with inspirational insights all readers can appreciate. Kugler’s interactions with other veterans throughout his journey feel like a tribute to our armed forces. This sweet story honoring the bond between animals and their people is a must-read for fans of A DOG CALLED HOPE and TRAVELS WITH CHARLEY, and anyone open to a good, cathartic cry.”–Booklist, starred review

HOW TO COLLEGE: What to Know Before You Go (and When You’re There) by Andrea Malkin Brenner and Lara Hope Schwartz

“A practical and thorough primer for high school students preparing to attend college.”–Kirkus Reviews

“This comprehensive guide offers invaluable advice to college-bound students.”–Booklist

Bonus mid-week content (because we weren’t lying about how much we love dogs):

The glorious Kugel, courtesy of Talia

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