Search Results: "Elizabeth H. Bradley"


BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: Nov. 5, 2013

"An important attempt to shift the discussion on health in the United States."
Bradley (Public Health/Yale Univ.) and Harvard presidential scholar Taylor examine why Americans are less healthy than others around the world, even though the United States spends more on health. Read full book review >

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HEALTH
Released: Jan. 1, 1994

"Source notes; resources; index. (Nonfiction. 12+)"
Exploring what's been called the ``last acceptable prejudice,'' the authors strive to help readers understand individual differences, noting that some scientists prefer the term ``homosexualities'' to denote varying outlooks and behaviors. Read full book review >

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Released: Feb. 1, 1997

"A useful list of agencies and extensive notes make this an important resource for students as well as for general readers. (b&w illustrations, not seen, further reading, glossary, index) (Nonfiction. 12+)"
Once again, Hyde and Forsyth (Know About Gays and Lesbians, 1994, etc.) take on an issue of great concern, and distill it into a thorough, understandable, impartial discussion. Read full book review >

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LOVE, MAMA by Jeanette Bradley
CHILDREN'S
Released: Jan. 2, 2017

"This will provide both reassurance to children missing their own loved ones and ideas for staying connected. (Picture book. 3-8)"
A package in the mail helps a baby penguin know that his mother loves him even though miles separate them. Read full book review >

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UP WHERE THE AIR IS CLEAR
by Jennie K.

BOOK REPORT for Black Dove, White Raven by Elizabeth Wein

Cover Story: High in the Sky

BFF Charm: Yay x 2

Swoonworthy Scale: 1

Talky Talk: The Adventures of Black Dove and White Raven

Bonus Factors: Ethiopian History, Pilots

Relationship Status: Love You Like a Brother

 

Cover Story: High in the Sky

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AVIATRIXES
by Leila Roy

Her birthday, the day she died, the day she first realized she wanted to fly—if we tried, I’m sure that we could make any day into Bessie Coleman day. But today is an especially good pick, because ninety-six years ago, on June 15, 1921, Bessie Coleman earned her pilot’s license—the first African American woman, as well as the first woman ...


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SPILL THE WINE AND TAKE THAT PEARL
by Jennie K.

BOOK REPORT for The Pearl Thief (Code Name Verity #0.5) by Elizabeth Wein

Cover Story: Go On, Take The Money and Run
BFF Charm: Yay!
Swoonworthy Scale: 6
Talky Talk: I Capture the Castle
Bonus Factors: Crumbling Aristocracy, Sweet Ride, History’s Mysteries
Relationship Status: It’s Like Being In Love, Discovering Your Best Friend

Cover Story: Go On, Take The ...


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IBN AL-HAYTHAM by Bradley Steffens
BIOGRAPHY
Released: Jan. 7, 2007

"Despite captions that are printed in red and therefore largely illegible, the many color pictures enhance this illuminating narrative with maps, diagrams, prints (including an old portrait of Muhammad) and images of illustrated manuscript pages. (index, multimedia resource lists) (Biography. 11-13)"
In this clearly written, carefully reasoned profile, Steffens not only traces the scantly documented life of one of early modern science's giants (better known in Europe as Alhazen), but also places him both within the broader contexts of early Muslim society, and of the whole history of science. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

NON-FICTION
Released: Nov. 1, 2001

"Ought to ratchet the national anxiety meter up a notch, and deflate a few Sunday morning gasbags in the defense industry and on Capitol Hill."
Now that many feel less sanguine about what may come dropping out of the clear blue sky, Graham, an old hand at reporting military affairs for the Washington Post, provides a balanced and disturbing overview of America's capacity to protect itself against incoming missiles. Read full book review >

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BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: May 7, 2013

"Refreshingly free of self-serious dogmatism, the author's study of other religions shows how it deepened his commitment to his Christian faith."
An American Catholic theologian offers a candid memoir about his unusual spiritual journey and a plea for ecumenical tolerance. Read full book review >

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LIVING DOLL by Jane Bradley
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 1995

"A horrifying account that at times, though, relies more on mood than on the cooler reportage that might deliver the story's meaning to fuller effect."
From the author of the story collection Power Lines (1989): a thinly disguised autobiographical first novel that creates a poignant record of sexual abuse. Read full book review >

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Raison d'être, II by bradley james
Released: Jan. 4, 2014

"A collection that's repetitive and vague at times, but bolstered by vivid imagery and compelling invitations to contemplation."
An imaginative, atmospheric follow-up to James' poetry collection Raison d'etre, I (2014). Read full book review >