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by Julia Bainbridge
Verjus Spritz, Chicha Morada Agua Fresca, Salted Rosemary Paloma, and Tarragon Cider—Good Drinks shows that decadent brunch cocktails, afternoon refreshers, and evening digestifs can be enjoyed by anyone and everyone.View on CountyCat
by Clare Liardet
A nonalcoholic cocktail recipe book for expecting mothers, teetotalers, those hoping to lose weight, and anyone else looking for alternatives to alcoholic cocktails.View on CountyCat
by Elva Ramirez
90 spirit-free cocktail recipes from leading and lauded mixologists across the country.
by Richard Man
Water, juice, tea, kombucha, lemonade, and non-alcoholic beer and wine; everything has a place on the dinner table. From five-minute recipes to more complicated drinks, it's all here.View on CountyCat
by Daniel G Amen
Offers “brain prescriptions” that can help heal your brain and change your life. From quelling anxiety, depression, and angry outbursts, to focusing better, remembering more, and talking yourself out of that glass of sauvignon blanc.
by Annie Grace
Presents the psychological and neurological components of alcohol use based on the latest science, and reveals the cultural, social, and industry factors that support alcohol dependence in all of us.
by Ron Suskind
This is the real-life story of Owen Suskind, an autistic boy who couldn't speak for years, Owen memorized dozens of Disney movies, turned them into a language to express love and loss, kinship, brotherhood.
by John Donvan
Nearly seventy-five years ago, Donald Triplett of Forest, Mississippi, became the first child diagnosed with autism. Here is the story of this often misunderstood condition, and of the civil rights battles waged by the families of those who have it.
by Temple Grandin
Celebrated for her unique empathy with animals, the animal scientist describes how she and other victims of autism perceive the world, and relates the ways in which she has been able to adapt and have a successful career.
by John Elder Robison
The author describes life growing up different in an odd family, his unusual talents, his struggle to live a "normal" life, his diagnosis at the age of forty with Asperger's syndrome, and changes that have occurred since that diagnosis.