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From the Read in Ned columns published in The Mountain-Ear and the Gilpin Weekly Register-Call newspapers

A World of Three Zeroes

aspencat.info GIVING THE NEW YEAR A POSITIVE START Since 2017 was a year of political turmoil and climate-related devastation across the planet, I decided that reading an aspirational non-fiction work would be a positive way to start the new year. ...by Roberta Brown-Jones
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Toppling preconceptions about human behavior

aspencat.info TOPPLING PRECONCEPTIONS Both titles bring the reader up to speed on the subject in the best possible way- by intermingling arcane neurobiology and behavioral science with intriguing human behavior and history.. Frankly, I really can’t gush enough about how challenging, yet entertaining the writing is. ...by Tom Lambrecht
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Read in Ned: Geezer-Lit

aspencat.info GEEZER LIT These Geezer-Lit titles show a world of active elders who are very much a part of life and living. Sure, they have problems and obstacles, but they have a lot to live for as well, and a lot to offer with their wealth of experience and wisdom. ...by Cathy Grace
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The Pleasures of Discovery

aspencat.info DISCOVERING AND RE-DISCOVERING Since books are my passion and profession, I love to shelve and alphabetize them, and that gives me the opportunity to discover (and re-discover) books for my own enjoyment and to recommend to patrons ...by Cathy Grace
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Read in Ned: Song of the Dodo

aspencat.info SONG OF THE DODO The science in the book is fascinating, the scientists even more so. Did you know that Darwin sat on his theory of evolution for years and that he was prompted to publish his work by the threat of a contemporary who was going to go public with a similar theory? ...by Jay Mann
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