New Books: December 19-25
We received a large number of new books over the past week. These are just a few of them. See New Titles in GIL for more new arrivals.
Author: Ward-Perkins, Bryan.
Title: Fall of Rome : and the end of civilization
Call Number: DG311 .W33 2005
Author: Etherington, Mark.
Title: Revolt on the Tigris : the Sadr uprising and the governing of Iraq
Call Number: DS79.76 .E84 2005
Title: Quest for environmental justice : human rights and the politics of pollution
Call Number: GE220 .Q47 2005
Author: Rogers, Heather, 1970-
Title: Gone tomorrow : the hidden life of garbage
Call Number: HD4483 .R64 2005
Author: Carter, Jimmy, 1924-
Title: Our endangered values : America's moral crisis
Call Number: HN90.M6 C37 2005
Author: Greenawalt, Kent, 1936-
Title: Does God belong in public schools?
Call Number: LC111 .G68 2005
Author: Kozol, Jonathan.
Title: Shame of the nation : the restoration of apartheid schooling in America
Call Number: LC212.62 K69 2005
Author: Bowen, Mark (Mark Stander)
Title: Thin ice : unlocking the secrets of climate in the world' s highest mountains
Call Number: QC879.59 .B69 2005
Author: Scott, Christopher Thomas.
Title: Stem cell now : from the experiment that shook the world to the new politics of life
Call Number: QH588.S83 S35 2006
Author: Schreibman, Laura Ellen.
Title: Science and fiction of autism
Call Number: RC553.A88 S374 2005
Author: Brown, Thomas E., Ph. D.
Title: Attention deficit disorders : the unfocused mind in children and adults
Call Number: RJ506.H9 B765 2005
Author: Laet, Gert De.
Title: Network security fundamentals Edition
Call Number: TK5105.59 .L34 2005
Title: Wide angle : National Geographic greatest places
Call Number: TR790 .W53 2005
Author: Rosen, David M., 1944-
Title: Armies of the young : child soldiers in war and terrorism
Call Number: UB416 .R67 2005