- Other books you may enjoy reading. // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p33
Lists some books that have won awards for excellence in the categories of fiction, nonfiction and reference. Information including the author and a brief synopsis of each book.
- The sun never sets: Some recent novels from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa. Page, Malcolm // American Studies International;Oct95, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p1
Discusses eight new novels including `The Robber Bride,' by Margaret Atwood, `States of Emergency,' by Andre Bring, `None to Accompany Me,' by Nadine Gordimer, `The Playmaker,' by Thomas Keneally, `True Stars,' by Fiona Kidman, `Remembering Babylon,' by David Malouf, and `In the Skin of a Lion,'...
- Brief reviews. Adams, Phoebe-Lou // Atlantic (02769077);Jan93, Vol. 271 Issue 1, p125
Presents brief reviews and information about various books. `Theodore Roosevelt,' by Nathan Miller; `Shakespeare,' by Dennis Kay; `Memories of the Ford Administration,' by John Updike; `The Crystal Desert,' by David G. Campbell; More.
- Brief reviews. Adams, Phoebe-Lou // Atlantic (02769077);Apr93, Vol. 271 Issue 4, p131
Presents brief reviews of various books. `The Shipping News,' by E. Annie Proulx; `Chickenhawk: Back in the World,' by Robert Mason; `Under a New Sky,' by Olga Andreyev Carlisle; `Touched with Fire,' by Kay Redfield Jamison; `A Coyote Reader,' by William Bright; More.
- The 10 top business titles of 1996. // Across the Board;Mar1996, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p10
Lists business books recommended for 1996. Includes `How to Survive the Crash of '99'; `Smash Them Paradigms'; `Management Secrets of Kim Il Sung.'
- A book club--for us. Jones, S. // Black Enterprise;Aug90, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p26
Describes Harambee: the Book Club for African-American Families & Friends. Founder Janus Adams; Biography, business, fiction, self-help, and children's titles that feature the black experience; Membership information.
- Books for all topics. Butterworth IV, W.E. // Boys' Life;Nov91, Vol. 81 Issue 11, p16
Presents a wide selection of books that entertain as well as inform. `Guide to the National Park Areas' by David L. Scott and Kay W. Scott; `Edible Wild Plants' by Thomas S. Elias and Peter A. Dykeman; `The Science Book of Air' by Neil Ardley.
- Miss Pym and Mr. Larkin. // Commentary;Jul86, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p31
Barbara Pym, English novelist, and Philip Larkin, English poet, are profiled. Though their careers were very different, both produced work that centered on the simple condition of being human, the loneliness and yearning, and the small pleasures that make life bearable.
- What the anti-Communists knew. Tanenhaus, S. // Commentary;Jul90, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p32
Discusses four classic works on anti-Communism, including Friedrich A. Hayek's `The Road to Serfdom,' `The New Class,' by Milovan Djilas, and `The Captive Mind,' by Czeslaw Milosz. Resurgence of planned economy; Dictatorship of the proletariat; `Socialist realism.'