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Award Winning Travel Writer, Judith Fein, Releases “The Spoon From Minkowitz”!

Award Winning Travel Writer, Judith Fein, Releases “The Spoon From Minkowitz”!

sasinger January 11, 2014

  We are thrilled to share travel writer and Executive Editor of Yourlifeisatrip.com, Judith Fein’s recently released and highly acclaimed book, The Spoon From Minkowitz:  A Bittersweet Roots Journey to Ancestral Lands.  Fein digs deeply

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5 Travel Apps For An Appy Journey

5 Travel Apps For An Appy Journey

Anitha Aravind November 18, 2013

There’s a world inside your smart phone, and it’s definitely worth exploring. Smart phone apps have certainly made travel easier and much more interesting; there are travel apps for packing, booking tickets, finding the

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Explore the World at Idlewild Books

Explore the World at Idlewild Books

sasinger November 10, 2013

Enter on 19th street in Manhattan.  At the top of a small staircase a door is propped open with the name Idlewild Books.  Inside this small but inviting space, you will find a very

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Back to School Bookshelf: Culture Books for Kids, Ages 3 to 8

Back to School Bookshelf: Culture Books for Kids, Ages 3 to 8

thefisher September 27, 2013

Over the course of the school year, we at Perpetual Explorer will be building our list of culture books for kids. Each week we will add new books to our library with a brief

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Cult(ure) Classic: The Human Zoo by Desmond Morris

Cult(ure) Classic: The Human Zoo by Desmond Morris

thefisher September 11, 2013

The Human Zoo by Desmond Morris was first published almost 50 years ago and was, at the time, both groundbreaking and controversial. Morris, a renowned British zoologist, examines the ways in which the human

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Explorer Bookshelf: What I Eat

Explorer Bookshelf: What I Eat

Hannah Riley August 14, 2013

Authors: Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio Title: What I Eat: Around the World in 80 Diets Who Would Enjoy It? Anyone interested in global nutrition or seeing predominant diets of other cultures.   Summary: “What

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Explorer Bookshelf: Share: The Cookbook that Celebrates Our Common Humanity

Explorer Bookshelf: Share: The Cookbook that Celebrates Our Common Humanity

Hannah Riley August 6, 2013

Author: Women for Women International with Meryl Streep Title: Share: The Cookbook that Celebrates Our Common Humanity Who Would Enjoy It? Anyone interested in women’s rights, women’s roles in different cultures, or important foods

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Explorer Bookshelf: Factory Girls

Explorer Bookshelf: Factory Girls

Hannah Riley July 16, 2013

Title: Factory Girls: From Village to City in a Changing China Author: Leslie T. Chang Who Would Enjoy It? People interested in human rights in China, anyone who enjoys investigative reporting Summary: Factory Girls

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Explorer Bookshelf: A World I Loved

Explorer Bookshelf: A World I Loved

Hannah Riley June 25, 2013

Title: A World I Loved: The Story of an Arab Woman Author: Wadad Makdisi Cortas Who Would Enjoy It? Anyone interested in a female perspective on Middle Eastern history, people who enjoy autobiographies or memoirs

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Explorer Bookshelf: Food Lover’s Guide to the World

Explorer Bookshelf: Food Lover’s Guide to the World

Hannah Riley June 16, 2013

Title: Food Lover’s Guide to the World: Experience the Great Global Cuisines Author: Published by Lonely Planet Who Would Enjoy It? Chefs or anyone interested in foods from around the world, people who enjoy

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