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A CAUSE FOR ALARM: Mental Illness and Public Policy Joseph W. Vanable, Jr. ’58. Access to mental illness treatment is seriously inadequate. This book examines reasons for and costs of this problem, hopefully stimulating effective action to remediate it. jvmentalillnesspublicpolicy.com; Amazon.

CANCER IN AMERICAThe Risk of Living North Keith Reed Greenbaum Ph.D. '93. Statistical connections which help explain cancer. Amazon

CHASING SOCIAL JUSTICE: How Do We Advance the Work that Matters Most? Laurie Sherman, '84. Michael Dukakis describes this award-winning book -- which combines personal experience with management lessons -- as "Just what we need at just the right time."  www.ChasingSocialJustice.com

COASTAL RI to purchase: 2000 sq ft house, good condition. jem@jmonac.net

DEMOCRATIC THEORY NATURALIZED: The Foundations of Distilled Populism Walter Horn Ph.D. ’78. "A brave, serious, scholarly yet approachable treatise on populism, both in theory and in practice.... A timely book." --Jules Coleman, Professor Emeritus, NYU. Rowman.com, Amazon.

DON'T STAY IN YOUR LANE: The Career Change Guide for Women of Color Cynthia Pong ’04. Part memoir, part workbook, this transformative book is a comprehensive, step-by-step instruction manual that walks you through your career change. embracechange.nyc; indiebound.orgbarnesandnoble.com

HARRISON'S WORD Peter Thompson PhD ’75. Boarding school drama. A racy and funny tale of infatuation and a young teacher’s struggles at a boarding school. Harrowing visions, biting style. Sequel to the acclaimed Winter Light. Dialogosbooks.com; Amazon.

HYANNIS PORT, MA Three-bedroom, two-bath available for summer & winter rental. Private, quiet, walk to water & beaches. Great for walking & biking. Contact: holden.rick@gmail.com

IT HAPPENED HERE My first novel is an oral history of an American family from 2020 to 2035. They are looking back on the fifteen years we are facing. Available from Amazon, B&N, and wherever books are sold. richarddressser1@gmail.com

LISTEN WISETeach Students to be Better Listeners Monica Brady-Myerov ‘89. Listening skills are crucial to academic success but are overlooked in K-12 education. Journalist and entrepreneur Monica Brady-Myerov examines how to build powerful listening skills. monicabradymyerov.com; Amazon, B&N.

LITTLE BIRD'S BIG MESSAGE Elizabeth Cureton ’95. A message of antiracism, inclusion and social justice for toddlers and all of us. “Great for fans of: Innosanto Nagara’s A is for Activist, Ibram X. Kendi’s Antiracist Baby” - Booklife.com. elizabethcureton.com, Amazon

MOOD PREP 101: A Parent's Guide to Preventing Depression and Anxiety in Teens Carol Landau ’70. In this timely book, Professor Landau helps parents address vulnerabilities to psychological problems and gives practical advice on helping teens prepare for college—and life. OxfordAmazon.

SANDPEOPLE Hal Barwood ’63. Alien plants have seeded the Arizona desert with robots. They’re hunting for a treasure from the distant past, using human slaves to find it. Soon the killing starts and the dead arise. See more at finitearts.com

SAT/ACT & ISEE/SSAT TUTOR: Robert Kohen, Ph.D., Harvard and Columbia grad, provides individualized tutoring for the SAT/ACT and ISEE/SSAT. (212) 658-0834; robertkohen@koheneducationalservices.com; www.koheneducationalservices.com

SUBVERSIVE ADDICTIONBen Porter Series Book Three Christopher Rosow '93. James Patterson applauds Subversive Addiction: “An extremely fast-paced thriller with a seriously memorable lead character. Christopher Rosow is the real deal.” Spyglass Media agrees, optioning the series for film. www.RosowBooks.com; Amazon.

 

THE END OF FOOD ALLERGY by Dr. Kari Nadeau and Sloan Barnett, ’89. The bible for everyone who has food allergy – why it occurs, how to find the right treatment, and a plan to eradicate this global health issue. https://theendoffoodallergy.com

THE GUILTLESS / Isolation Songs - Electronic and 4th World Music for Covid and the US Election Cycle by Softlands (Bruce Musser - graduate class of ’96). Available on Soundcloud, Bandcamp and Spotify under Softlands. soundcloud.com/user-366684578/albums

TUCSON. Hike and bike in sunny Arizona. Heated spa, birdwatching and more. https://airbnb.com/h/tucson-foothills-villa

UNASSISTED Erin J. Stammer ’90. The Great Recession, a second marriage, merging families, menopause, and managing a chaotic assisted living facility tip the balance that Erin, sensitive from an early age, has struggled in her life to maintain. erinstammer.com 

USE YOUR VOICE Political Poetry and More Dorothy Crews Herzberg ’57. Election year 2016 tore us apart. As events unfolded, poetry erupted. One No Trump; Collusion Confusion; and Susan B. Set Us Free. Relevant, thought-provoking, enjoyable. Amazon.

WEDGWOOD PLATES featuring images of Brown. Set of 13. (401) 489-3977.

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