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Minnetonka library staff's Book Lists
May Baskets and June Bugs (70 titles)
A fun seasonal list of everything baskets, and everything bugs. From making baskets and gift baskets, to identifying and reading about bugs. (And bug cookbooks!)
Sarah (344 titles)

Penny J. (25 titles)
I am an avid reader and re-reader so my lists always contain new and old friends!
Minnetonka Library Winter Jackets 2014 (26 titles)
Books recommended by Minnetonka Winter Jackets Readers, January-February 2014
Coffee, tea, and cocoa (65 titles)
All things to warm you on cool evenings! Everything from making your favorite hot beverage to novels to history to crafts - all relating to coffee, tea, and hot cocoa.
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Minnetonka library staff's Comments    
Cover ArtSo brave, young, and handsome
by Enger, Leif.
This is an admirable follow-up to the Minnesota author's million-seller "Peace Like A River." An enjoyable road trip tale through the American West in 1915, the writing is rich and the characters are intriguing and meaningful.   posted Jul 7, 2014 at 6:27PM

Cover ArtGenesis : Truman, American Jews, and the origins of the Arab/Israeli conflict
by Judis, John B.
An unsparing look at Zionism and the pro-Israel lobby and the effects on U. S. politics. An eye-opener.   posted Apr 7, 2014 at 6:33AM

Cover ArtDirty wars : the world is a battlefield
by Scahill, Jeremy.
Read this and see if you still think we're the Good Guys.   posted Apr 2, 2014 at 3:00PM

Cover ArtThank you for your service
by Finkel, David, 1955-
A follow up to The Good Soldiers which follows some of the veterans after their return to the U.S. Their stories are heart-rending. Should be required reading by anyone serving in or running for Congress.   posted Apr 2, 2014 at 2:55PM

Cover ArtThe good soldiers [sound recording]
by Finkel, David, 1955-
Mr. Finkel follows U.S. Army soldiers through their 14 month deployment in Irag. The story is both heartbreaking and infuriating. You are left asking yourself how we could send young men 17, 18, 19, and 20 years old into such a hellish situation. Should be required reading by anyone serving in or running for Congress.   posted Apr 2, 2014 at 2:52PM

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