New and Forthcoming Nonfiction Titles – September 2018

New Books
Almost every day new books arrive at the Library to be processed and then placed on the shelf or in your hands. Take a look at some of the books that have arrived most recently at the Library. Ask for more titles at the Research Services Desk!

by Philip Pullman
The internationally best-selling author of the His Dark Materials trilogy shares insights into the art of writing while exploring how education, religion and science, as well as his favorite classics, helped shaped his literary life.

by Jeff Pearlman
From a multiple New York Times best-selling author comes the rollicking, outrageous, you-can’t-make-this-up story of the USFL.

 


How to Be a Good Creature: A Memoir in Thirteen Animals
by Sy Montgomery
A National Book Award finalist discusses the personalities and quirks of 13 animals—her friends—who have profoundly affected her, in a poetic and life-affirming memoir.

 

by Lucy Cook
Here, in a mindfulness book like no other, heart-tuggingly cute photographs of these always-chill creatures are paired with words of wisdom, all to inspire us to slow down, stop to enjoy the little things, and come up relaxed, centered, and smiling.

by John Pring and Rob Thomas
Filled with stunning full-color infographics, a unique, album-by-album visual history of the evolution of the Beatles that examines how their style, their sound, their instruments, their songs, their tours, and the world they inhabited transformed over the course of a decade.

by Paul Davies
Full colour making of book featuring exclusive photos, cast and crew interviews, glimpses behind the scenes and production notes. Every character will be detailed with revealing test and amazing photographs.

by Fiona Tomlinson
Pets have always featured prominently in professional photographer Fiona Tomlinson’s family. It wasn’t until the canine love of Fiona’s life became unwell at the grand age of 14, that she realised she didn’t have any special images of her.

by Thor Hanson
From the award-winning author of The Triumph of Seeds and Feathers, a natural and cultural history of the buzzing wee beasties that make the world go round.

by Matt Coyne
Coyne shares his tale of one man’s journey through the first year of parenthood, told with wit, humor, and heart. It is a ferociously funny, inventively foul-mouthed, and genuinely touching account of a baby’s first year.

by Selin Kiazim
These sensational recipes will take you on a journey from home-cooked meals and summers spent in Northern Cyprus to an exciting interpretation of modern Turkish-Cypriot cooking at home.

by Alison Smith
Over 300 techniques that show you how to sew absolutely everything–from clothes to home decor–plus 10 stylish new projects and updated information on more than 100 tools and 50 fabrics, with a glossary of sewing terminology.

by Alice Gregory
Renowned sleep researcher Alice Gregory explores every aspect of sleep, from the different stages of sleep and how our sleeping patterns change throughout our lives, to what happens when things go wrong