Women’s healthcare, tragic lives of the elite, cartoon calculus, and a travel memoir–welcome to today’s nonfiction round-up!
EVERYTHING BELOW THE WAIST: Why Health Care Needs a Feminist Revolution by Jennifer Block
“Thought-provoking, empowering information that all women should have; essential for public and consumer health libraries.“–Library Journal, starred review
“A dense and serious work packed with important information, highly recommended for health professionals, classes in women’s studies, and any woman who seeks guidance in these issues.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
FOUR FRIENDS: Promising Lives Cut Short by William D. Cohan
“Readers who enjoy behind-the-scenes details about the lives of the elite, including their foibles, will appreciate these accounts.”–Booklist
THE CARTOON INTRODUCTION TO CALCULUS by Grady Klein and Yoram Bauman, Ph.D.
The internationally bestselling authors of THE CARTOON INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS return to make calculus fun.
TEN YEARS A NOMAD: A Traveler’s Journey Home by Matthew Kepnes
“With hard-won experience, wide-open eyes, and the spirit of a dedicated wanderer, Kepnes encourages his readers to find their own adventures, and his story provides a road map for anyone opting to follow their dreams, wherever they may lead.”–Booklist