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In Praise of Amer­i­can Ed­u­ca­tors And How They Can Be­come Even Bet­ter Richard Du­four 312 pages, $34.95, 9781942496571 “This is a suc­cess-ori­ented book that ed­u­ca­tional pro­fes­sion­als and pol­i­cy­mak­ers alike should take to heart.” SO­LU­TION TREE 800.733.6786 • so­lu­tion­

Lone Wolf The Olden­glen Chron­i­cles, Vol­ume 2 Robin Mason 348 pages, $13.99, 9780994837127 “The for­est comes alive through the eyes of one very spe­cial twelve-year-old in Lone Wolf, the sec­ond book in a se­ries from Robin Mason set amid the rivers, moun­tains, and en­chanted woods of Ore­gon.” TRICKLEWOOD PRESS olden­

El Reino del Ter­ror Al­fredo Stroess­ner, dic­ta­dor de Paraguay 1954–1989 (Span­ish Edi­tion) Kim Eke­mar 360 pages, $19.50, 9781514835173 “Part his­tor­i­cal text, part po­lit­i­cal thriller, this il­lus­trated work presents a wealth of in­for­ma­tion on a tor­mented era in Latin Amer­ica’s his­tory. USA’S re­spon­si­bil­ity for Op­er­a­tion Con­dor, a Cold War cam­paign of state ter­ror, is also re­vealed.” BRADLEY & BROUGHAM PUB­LISH­ING HOUSE ama­ • smash­ query=el+reino+del+ter­ror

Narada’s Chil­dren A Vi­sion­ary Tale of Two Cities Woody Carter 476 pages, $18.95, 9780982730713 “A tran­scen­dent novel in which a mys­te­ri­ous man wan­ders out of the desert into a com­plex hu­man story that de­fies the bounds of time. Won­drous prose & mag­i­cal, in­ter-re­li­gious themes make for ab­sorb­ing read­ing. [It] man­ages to en­chant on all fronts.” CREATES­PACE ama­ • sleep­ing­mans­

A Spirit of Char­ity Restor­ing the Bond be­tween Amer­ica and Its Pub­lic Hos­pi­tals Mike King 352 pages, $26.95, 9781944962067 “This fas­ci­nat­ing work of med­i­cal his­tory is re­fresh­ing and no­table for its treat­ment of race as a crit­i­cal part of the health­care de­bate.” SECANT PUB­LISH­ING 734.426.6248 •­evs

It’s Just So... Brenda Faatz (au­thor) and Peter Tri­marco (il­lus­tra­tor) 40 pages, $16.95, 9780997085105 “Per­fect for chil­dren in tran­si­tional stages, Lizzy’s story of adapt­ing to a new school is charm­ing and hope­ful. Vi­brant il­lus­tra­tions and an en­gag­ing main char­ac­ter help young readers ex­plore themes of re­silience, courage, and per­se­ver­ance.” NO­TABLE KIDS PUB­LISH­ING

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