Book of the Week

The Gilded Chalet

The Gilded Chalet
Over the past two centuries neutral Switzerland has acted as a haven to those seeking shelter from two world wars, taxes, even celebrity. Among the outsiders who found rest and refuge in the Alpine landscape have been the myriad authors who were drawn to the country for its promise of peace and the freedom to create.
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The Arctic

The Arctic
“What happens in the Arctic doesn’t stay in the Arctic,” writes Sven-Olof Lindblad, the founder of Lindblad Expeditions, whose life’s work has been leading expeditions. The result of over 40 years of exploring, his book The Arctic celebrates the “pure magic” travelers to the far north have witnessed, and taken home. Organized in three sections:
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Penguins and Other Seabirds

Penguins and Other Seabirds
“Are penguins fish or birds?” Matt Sewell couldn’t believe the suggested question auto-filled by Google when he began research for his new book Penguins and Other Seabirds. Were enough people asking that question for it to show up in the search engine? He began his book with a new-found motivation: to educate the world about
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The Nordic Theory of Everything

The Nordic Theory of Everything
The American fascination with all things Scandinavian, from hygge to the minimalist architecture and design, has been growing over the past few years and launched a number of articles and books obsessed with what makes Denmark and its northern neighbors among the happiest and highest performing cultures in the world, such as Michael Booth’s The
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