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Birdpedia A Brief Compendium of Avian Lore Christopher W. Leahy, Abby McBride
Dweller in Shadows A Life of Ivor Gurney Kate Kennedy
Founded in Fiction The Uses of Fiction in the Early United States Thomas Koenigs
The Profit Paradox How Thriving Firms Threaten the Future of Work Jan Eeckhout
Constructing Community Urban Governance, Development, and Inequality in Boston Jeremy R. Levine
What Is Religious Authority? Cultivating Islamic Communities in Indonesia Ismail Fajrie Alatas
The Doctrine of Triangles A History of Modern Trigonometry Glen Van Brummelen
Rocks and Rock Formations A Key to Identification Jürg Meyer, Mark Epstein
Central Asia A New History from the Imperial Conquests to the Present Adeeb Khalid
A History of Biology Michel Morange, Teresa Lavender Fagan, Joseph Muise
Information A Historical Companion Ann Blair, Paul Duguid, Anja-Silvia Goeing, Anthony Grafton