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Nonfiction Round-Up (10/02/19)

Forming habits…answered, the memoir of an immigrant family’s American Dream, learning the science of reading people’s faces, and a spooky addition to Augusten Burrough’s collection of memoirs. Check it all out in today’s #nonfiction round-up

GOOD HABITS, BAD HABITS: The Science of Making Positive Changes That Stick by Wendy Wood

“Wood’s research and perspective on the malleability of habits will bring hope to any reader looking to create long-term behavioral change.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review

HERE WE ARE: American Dreams, American Nightmares by Aarti Namdev Shahani

“This thought-provoking and thoroughly engrossing memoir offers the story of Shahani’s experience, as well as those of other families who, though they did not find the American Dream, nevertheless found home.”–Library Journal, starred review

READ THE FACE: Face Reading for Success in Your Career, Relationships, and Health by Eric Standop and Elisa Petrini

A master face reader shares how to understand and comprehend the face…our first language.

TOIL & TROUBLE: A Memoir by Augusten Burroughs

“Burroughs always pulls in lots of readers and this hilarious and spellbinding memoir will generate a whirl of requests.”–Booklist, starred review

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