Posted: 18 Jul 2014 12:14 PM PDT
Looking for something interesting to sink your eyes into this weekend?
Check out the following lists of book recommendations from our recent Community Lensmaking Quest: Reading Recommendations By The Numbers.
When you’re done visiting the following lenses, why not create a lens with your own list of specialized books? It’s never too late to use one of our Lens Challenge ideas.
One book, a Dr. Seuss collection of three stories, is all you and I, and our children, need to read to learn all we need to know about teamwork. In ‘I Can Lick 30 Tigers Today! And Other Stories’ Seuss certainly has a handle on the ‘One for…
Not long ago, I sat down at my computer and opened up a copy of my resume. My plan was to update it with information from my latest job, but I found myself staring at it and reminiscing over all my past experiences. As I went through each section, I rememb…
In the early 1970s, Star Trek fans had no hope of there being any new adventures for the crew of the Enterprise. Not on TV or even (at that point) on the big screen. James Blish’s novelisations of the original scripts, and Alan Dean Foster’s adap…
Francis of Assisi ‘Preaching to the Birds’ is probably one of the best known representations of a segment of this great man’s life. It is attributed to Giotto di Bondone of the Florentine Renaissance school and the fresco (number 15 in…
With the new Star Wars movies set to be filmed for the next few years, you might want to give the television a rest and delve into the literature surrounding the universe. There is an ever growing series of books that have spawned from the beloved movies….
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