This is just a post I'll add to from time to time (maybe) noting books I've read from the shelves of the Crandall Library and not from my virtual bookshelves which are already over-brimming.
Books I've read and may want to read again because I have a memory like a sieve:
"When China Rules the World: The End of the Western World and the Birth of a New Global Order"-Martin Jacques
"Amusing Ourselves to Death"-Neil Postman
"Empire of Illusion"-Chris Hedges
"Pity the Billionaire"-Thomas Franks
"The New Hate"-Arthur Goldwag
"King Leopold's Ghost"-Adam Hochschild
"The Icarus Syndrome" - Peter Beinart
"Terrorists at the Table" - Jonathan Powell
"Religious Literacy:What Every American Needs to Know and Doesn't"-Stephen Prothero
"The Jesus Mysteries"-Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy
"Christianity;The Origins of a Pagan Religion
"Who Wrote the Bible"-Richard Friedman
"I Don't Believe in Atheists" - Chris Hedges
"Young Jesus" - Jean-Pierre Isbouts
"Food Not Lawns"-H.C. Flores
"Heirloom Vegetable Gardening"-Wm. Woys Weaver
"The Urban Homesteader"-Coyne and Knutzen
"Beginner's Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables"-Marie Iannotti
"Gardening:The Complete Guide"-Miranda Smith
"Grow the Good Life"-Michele Owens
"Resilient Gardener"-Carol Deppe
"Breed Your Own Vegetables"-Ibid
"Small Budget Gardener"-Maureen Gilmer
"plant Propagator's Bible"-Smith
"The New Good Life"-Rob
"Eating Animals"-Jonathan Foer
"The Imitation Game"
"The King's Speech"
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