New Books This Week

Here’s what’s new for the week of April 7:

Five days at Memorial : life and death in a storm-ravaged hospital
Difficult men : behind the scenes of a creative revolution: from The Sopranos and The wire to Mad men and Breaking bad
Our America : a Hispanic history of the United States
Mapping Mormonism : an atlas of Latter-day Saint history
Nature’s noblemen : transatlantic masculinities and the nineteenth-century American West
Aging in America
Everyday Las Vegas : local life in a tourist town
Small cities USA : growth, diversity, and inequality
The power of the zoot : youth culture and resistance during World War II
Fast-forward family : home, work, and relationships in middle-class America
Women and wars
The other Wes Moore : one name, two fates
The year without summer : 1816 and the volcano that darkened the world and changed history
To the end of June : the intimate life of American foster care
My dog always eats first : homeless people and their animals
To sell is human : the surprising truth about moving others
Yoga in practice
Environmental flows : saving rivers in the third millennium
The feeling child : laying the foundations of confidence and resilience
Keys to the city : how economics, institutions, social interactions, and politics shape development
Walls and mirrors : Mexican Americans, Mexican immigrants, and the politics of ethnicity
Standard & Poor’s industry surveys
Remote sensing for geoscientists : image analysis and integration
Lonely planet Australia

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