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The list below includes selected new titles from the circulating and Reference collections. The circulating titles may be found on the New Books Shelf near the Library entrance, while the Reference titles have been shelved with the collection. Click on the titles below to view the items in our catalog.

Featured Books
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Robots are People Too
A Positive View of the LGBTQ
Your Baby's Best Shot

New Circulating Books

The 1920s (1920-1929)

The almost nearly perfect people : behind the myth of the Scandinavian utopia

Bad faith : when religious belief undermines modern medicine

Chasing the scream : the first and last days of the war on drugs

Colliding worlds : how cutting-edge science is redefining contemporary art

The confidence myth : why women undervalue their skills and how to get over it

The credit cleanup book : improving your credit score, your greatest financial asset

Dreamers : an immigrant generation’s fight for their American dream

GMO food : a reference handbook

How to build a nontraditional career path : embracing economic disruption

I am not a slut : slut-shaming in the age of the Internet

Integrative men’s health

Just plain data analysis : finding, presenting, and interpreting social science data

Make change work for you : 10 ways to future-proof yourself, fearlessly innovate, and succeed despite uncertainty

Multicultural approaches to health and wellness in America

Political fiction

Organic : a journalist’s quest to discover the truth behind food labeling

A positive view of LGBTQ : embracing identity and cultivating well-being

Robots are people too : how Siri, Google Car, and artificial intelligence will force us to change our laws

Sexual assault in the military : a guide for victims and families

Sexualized media messages and our children : teaching kids to be smart critics and consumers

Shrinks : the untold story of psychiatry

Social security works! : why social security isn’t going broke and how expanding it will help us all

Stuffocation : why we’ve had enough of stuff and need experience more than ever

Thumbelina : the culture and technology of millennials

Touch : the science of hand, heart, and mind

Women, work, and the Web : how the Web creates entrepreneurial opportunities

Your baby’s best shot : why vaccines are safe and save lives