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F Is for France: A Curious Cabinet of French Wonders – Piu Eatwell

(Reviewed by JD Jung) Did you know that French president Félix François Faure was the only known head of state to have died while having an orgasm? How about that at one time in history male impotence was considered a … Continue reading

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How Dare We! Write: A Multicultural Creative Writing Discourse – Sherry Quan Lee

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) How Dare We! Write is a non-fiction book which caught me by surprise. The work is a collection of writing exercises written by teachers, community leaders, career writers that are bilingual, and multicultural. The editor expresses … Continue reading

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Classic Beauty: The History of Makeup – Gabriela Hernandez

(Reviewed by JD Jung) Classic Beauty takes a historical look at makeup styles and trends, starting at 3300 BC Egypt, Persia and Greece, to current day Europe and America. It examines the political, religious and social conditions and how those … Continue reading

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