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Almost Crimson
Dasha Kelly
Curbside Splendor Publishing
Pub Date: 07/27/15
ISBN:  978-1-940430-62-1
(1-940430-62-3)
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The uplifting story of CeCe's struggle to overcome her mother's sadness and father's absence and become an independent woman.



Back to the Wild
A Practical Manual for Uncivilized Times
Alain Saury
Process
Pub Date: 07/27/15
ISBN:  978-1-934170-59-5
(1-934170-59-3)
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Remarkable practical and poetic instructions on how humans can live in concert with their home planet.



Folksongs of Another America
Field Recordings from the Upper Midwest, 1937–1946
James P. Leary
University of Wisconsin Press
Pub Date: 07/27/15
ISBN:  978-0-299-30150-7
(0-299-30150-8)
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This groundbreaking documentary project—5 CDs of restored rare music, a new documentary film on DVD, and a richly annotated book to go with them—weaves the songs and spirit of the Upper Midwest’s peoples into America’s folksong fabric. These tunes and songs in more than twenty-five languages showcase a significant but overlooked part of the nation’s musical heritage, made by immigrant, Native American, rural, and working class performers in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.



Lee vs. McClellan
The First Campaign
Clayton R. Newell
Regnery History
Pub Date: 07/27/15
ISBN:  978-1-62157-428-6
(1-62157-428-8)
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In 1861, two brilliant but inexperienced generals faced off in the rugged mountains of western Virginia. Neither Robert E. Lee nor George B. McClellan had ever commanded an army before; but in the crucial first campaign of the bloody Civil War, both men were quickly put to the test. Lee vs. McClellan is a vivid, gripping account of this often-overlooked first campaign—a campaign that taught both North and South the grueling realities of war.



Ukrainian Otherlands
Diaspora, Homeland, and Folk Imagination in the Twentieth Century
Natalia Khanenko-Friesen
University of Wisconsin Press
Pub Date: 07/27/15
ISBN:  978-0-299-30344-0
(0-299-30344-6)
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Exploring a rich array of folk traditions that developed in the Ukrainian diaspora and in Ukraine during the twentieth century, Ukrainian Otherlands is an innovative exploration of modern ethnic identity and the deeply felt (but sometimes deeply different) understandings of ethnicity in homeland and diaspora.



When Psychological Problems Mask Medical Disorders, Second Edition
A Guide for Psychotherapists
James Morrison, MD
The Guilford Press
Pub Date: 07/27/15
ISBN:  978-1-4625-2180-7
(1-4625-2180-0)
MobiPocket
$30.00
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Widely regarded as a standard clinical resource, this book helps practitioners think outside the mental health box and recognize when a client may need a medical evaluation. Part I provides an accessible overview of symptoms that can be observed in a standard mental status examination and may point to medical illness. Engaging case vignettes and interviewing pointers help readers hone their diagnostic skills. Part II presents concise facts--including basic medical information and physical and mental symptoms--on more than 60 diseases and syndromes. An easy-to-read chart in Part III cross-tabulates all of the disorders and symptoms for quick reference and comparison.
 
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*Reflects more than 15 years of advances in medical and mental health knowledge. 
*Updated throughout for DSM-5.
*Additional medical disorders: celiac disease, traumatic brain injury, heavy-metal toxicity, and others.
*Updated links to further reading on each health condition.



60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Madison
Including Dane and Surrounding Counties
Kevin Revolinski
Menasha Ridge Press
Pub Date: 07/28/15
ISBN:  978-1-63404-000-6
(1-63404-000-7)
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Madison and the surrounding area is surprising cornucopia of great hiking destinations, many of which fly right under the radar. Avid hikers will find 60 detailed hikes, more than any other area guidebook, with a wide variety of terrain and skill level. This is a new edition of what has already become the definitive Madison trekking guide by author Kevin Revolinski.



A Concise History of the Middle East
Arthur Goldschmidt Jr. with Aomar Boum
Westview Press
Pub Date: 07/28/15
ISBN:  978-0-8133-4962-6
(0-8133-4962-1)
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Introduces students to the history of the Middle East region from the beginnings of Islam to the present day.



A House in Bali
Colin McPhee; Introduction by James Murdoch
Periplus Editions
Pub Date: 07/28/15
ISBN:  978-1-4629-1752-5
(1-4629-1752-6)
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This is a book about passion, obsession and discovery in an amazing land, but also about the voyage of a highly talented composer and writer.

A House in Bali remains one of the most remarkable books ever written about the fabled island of Bali. This classic book tells the story of Balinese culture through a history of Balinese music.

First published in 1947, it tells the story of the writer and composer Colin McPhee's (1900–64) obsession with a music once unknown to the West, and of his journey to Bali to experience it firsthand. In 1929, the young Canadian– born musician chanced upon rare gramophone recordings of Balinese gamelan music which were to change his life forever. From that moment, he lived for the day when he could set foot on the island where the clear, metallic music originated. He was able to realize his dreams and spent almost a decade there during the 1930's. Music of Bali and dance, as McPhee discovered to his delight, are second nature to the Balinese, and his subsequent writings and compositions proved seminal in popularizing Balinese gamelan music in the West.

In A House in Bali, McPhee unfolds a beguiling picture of a society long established, staggeringly poor in Western terms, but rich beyond belief in spiritual values and joy. The young composer writes about his discoveries of music in Bali and growing understanding of an astonishing culture where the arts are a prime preoccupation, and of the arts, music is supreme. Much has been written on Bali, but this classic work from 1947 remains the only narrative by a Western musician.



All My Puny Sorrows
Miriam Toews
McSweeney's
Pub Date: 07/28/15
ISBN:  978-1-940450-71-1
(1-940450-71-3)
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Elf and Yoli are sisters. While on the surface Elfrieda's is an enviable life (she's a world-renowned pianist, glamorous, wealthy, and happily married) and Yolandi's a mess (she's divorced and broke, with two teenagers growing up too quickly), they are fiercely close—raised in a Mennonite household and sharing the hardship of Elf's desire to end her own life. After Elf's latest attempt, Yoli must quickly determine how to keep her family from falling apart, how to keep her own heart from breaking, and what it means to love someone who wants to die.

All My Puny Sorrows is the latest novel from Miriam Toews, one of Canada's most beloved authors not only because her work is rich with deep human feeling and compassion, but because her observations are knife-sharp and her books wickedly funny. And this is Toews at her finest: a story that is as much comedy as it is tragedy, a goodbye grin from the friend who taught you how to live.
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