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  • The Sociology Book

Big Ideas Simply Explained

November 16, 2015|Comments Off on Big Ideas Simply Explained

Picture this. Your hypothetical sociology professor for your hypothetical Sociology 302 class has set you the task of comparing Antonio Gramsci’s Marx-adjacent work establishing the concept […]

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Teen Recommendation: Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips

October 29, 2015|Comments Off on Teen Recommendation: Gods Behaving Badly by Marie Phillips

In the 21st Century, 12 Greek Gods and Goddesses are living in a rundown flat in London while their powers are waning. Each and every […]

  • Bowls of Soup

Books & Soup

October 26, 2015|Comments Off on Books & Soup

The premise is simple: soup brings people together, and when people share, they get to know each other in new and wonderful ways. Moreover, getting to […]

  • Sue and Sheet Pan Suppers

Try Before You Buy!

October 17, 2015|Comments Off on Try Before You Buy!

Sue McConnell volunteers at the library. During her shift at the check-in counter, she spotted Sheet Pan Suppers: 120 Recipes For Simple, Surprising, Hands-Off Meals […]

  • Cat Reading

Pawsitively Purrfect Fiction with Felines

October 10, 2015|Comments Off on Pawsitively Purrfect Fiction with Felines

In the same way modern cat memes offer funny, clever commentary on society and demonstrate cultural trends, fiction featuring feline characters often make statements about society and […]

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