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William Doyle. If you’re as interested in
Kennedy as I am, this book is not to be
missed. It takes an in-depth look at the sinking of PT- 109 and Kennedy’s heroic actions to
save his crew. Drawing on new information
released by the U.S. and Japan, this historical
account only adds to Kennedy’s mystique.
(Item #1008824, 10/6)—Scott Losse
The Oz Family Kitchen: More Than 100
Simple and Delicious Real-Food Recipes from
Our Home to Yours, by Lisa Oz, foreward
by Mehmet Oz. As a soon-to-be new mom,
I place nutrition high on my list of dinner
requirements, in addition to ease of preparation. This cookbook is just what I needed.
For the first time, the Ozes share their knowledge of healthful food, along with their recipes, covering every meal and even snacks.
(Item #1008322, 10/6)—Alex Kanenwisher
A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms (A Song of
Ice and Fire), by George R.R. Martin, illustrations by Gary Gianni. It’s hard to imagine
what life was like before Game of Thrones.
Now, with this collection of three prequel
Staff book picks
arts & entertainment
COSTCO PHOTO STUDIO / MIKE SMITH
novellas, readers get a look at what happened nearly a century before the events of
Game of Thrones. There are heroics, intrigue
and exploits—plus 160 new illustrations.
(Item #1008821, 10/6)—Brian Hovis
Why Not Me?, by Mindy Kaling. I’ve been a
Kaling fan since The Office. Her TV show
The Mindy Project sealed her special place in
my heart. In this collection of essays she
writes about romance, friendships, trying to
lose weight and what it’s like to look different from most people in Hollywood. And
she does it all with brains and humor.
Seriously, what’s not to love? (Item #1004878,
available now)—Shana Stowers
PT-109: An American Epic of War, Survival,
and the Destiny of John F. Kennedy, by
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