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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on May 31, 2022 at 10:28 AM by Genesis Gaule
Our June Book Club pick is Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid. Check it out and then join us on June 28 at 6 pm to discuss! More information...
Segregated Skies by Michael H. Cottman
David Harris's Trailblazing Journey to Rise Above Racial Barriers // This book follows David Harris's turbulent path to become the first African-American commercial airline pilot in the U.S., presented against the backdrop of racial tensions, protests, and the landmark civil rights legislation of the 1960s.
No Time Like the Future by Michael J. Fox
An Optimist Considers Mortality // The actor shares personal stories and observations about illness and health, aging, the strength of family and friends, and how perceptions about time affect the consideration of mortality.
Reign of Terror by Spencer Ackerman
How the 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump // A union of journalism and intellectual history, this book will be a path breaking and definitive book with the power to transform how America understands its national security policies and their catastrophic impact on its civic life.
The Real Anthony Fauci by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health // This book details how Fauci, Gates, and their cohorts use their control of media outlets, scientific journals, key government and quasi-governmental agencies, global intelligence agencies, and influential scientists and physicians to flood the public with fearful propaganda about COVID-19 virulence and pathogenesis, and to muzzle debate and ruthlessly censor dissent.
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Tag(s): US politics, US history, racism, politics, philosophy, nonfiction, military history, medicine, history, death, COVID-19, celebrities, book notes, biography, biographie, autobiographies, African Americans
Posted to Campbell Unclassified on May 9, 2022 at 11:53 AM by Genesis Gaule
Come in and enjoy our art exhibit from the Northstar Quilters Guild & River Forks Watercolor Society! Where each watercolor painting is paired with a quilt inspired by the painting of a local landmark. More information...
Peril by Bob Woodward & Robert Costa
The transition from President Donald J. Trump to President Joseph R. Biden Jr. stands as one of the most dangerous periods in American history. Bob Woodward and Robert Costa cover the end of the Trump presidency and the early months of the Biden presidency.
Dad, How Do I? by Rob Kenney
Practical "Dadvice" for Everyday Tasks and Successful Living // From the host of the YouTube channel that went viral—Dad, How Do I?—comes a book that's part memoir/part inspiration/part DIY. Through his how-to videos, and now through this book, Kenney inspires you to live with compassion, honor, courage, and empathy. In short, he'll help you be everything you can be.
Unguarded by Scottie Pippen with Michael Arkush
An unflinching memoir from the six-time NBA Champion, two-time Olympic gold medalist, and Hall of Famer, revealing how Scottie Pippen, the youngest of twelve, overcame two family tragedies and universal disregard by college scouts to become an essential component of the greatest basketball dynasty of the last fifty years.
The Rage of Innocence by Kristin Henning
How America Criminalizes Black Youth // Drawing upon 25 years of experience representing black youth in Washington D.C.'s juvenile court, Kris Henning confronts America's irrational, manufactured fears of Black youth and makes a powerfully compelling case that the crisis in racist American policing begins with its relationship to Black children.
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Posted to Campbell Unclassified on March 7, 2022 at 3:34 PM by Genesis Gaule
Join us on Tuesday, March 15 at 6:00pm for Campbell Creates! We making Upcycled Bird Feeders from recycled materials. More information...
Forget the Alamo by Bryan Burrough, Chris Tomlinson, and Jason Stanford
The Rise and Fall of an American MythThis book provocatively explains the true story of the battle against the backdrop of Texas's struggle for independence, then shows us how the sausage of myth got made in the Jim Crow South of the late 19th and early 20th century.
Broken (in the best possible way) by Jenny Lawson
As Jenny Lawson's hundreds of thousands of fans know, she suffers from depression. In this book, she explores her experimental treatment of transcranial magnetic stimulation with brutal honesty.
Sunbelt Blues by Andrew Ross
The Failure of American Housing // As millions of renters face down evictions and foreclosures in the midst of the COVID-19 recession, Andrew Ross reveals how ineffective government planning, property market speculation, and poverty wages have combined to create this catastrophe. Immersive and compassionate, this book finds in Osceola County a bellwether for the future of homelessness in America.
The Lost Boys of Montauk by Amanda M. Fairbanks
The True Story of the Wind Blown, Four Men Who Vanished at Sea, and the Survivors They Left Behind // This book is the riveting account of a fishing boat and its four young crewman lost at sea in 1984 off the coast of Montauk in eastern Long Island -- a "fishing town with a drinking problem," as the locals call it -- and the stunning repercussions of that loss for the families and friends of the four missing men and, indeed, the entire storied summer community of the Hamptons.
Tag(s): US politics, US history, US economy, sociology, social justice, shipwrecks, poverty, politics, nonfiction, missing persons, mental illness, history, economics, depression, book notes, autobiography, autobiographies