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“Eavesdropping on Texas History,” edited by Mary L. Scheer, University of North Texas Press, 2017, 352 pages, hardcover, $29.95

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“The Decoys: A Tale of Three Atlantic Convoys 1942,” by Bernard Edwards, Naval Institute Press, 2017, 224 pages, hardcover, $34.95

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“The Blood of Emmett Till,” by Timothy B. Tyson, 2017, Simon & Schuster, 304 pages, $27

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The Counterfeit Prince of Old Texas: Swindling Slaver Monroe Edwards,” by Lora-Marie Bernard, The History Press, 2017, 128 pages, paperback, $12.99

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“Secret Service Dogs: The Heroes Who Protect the President of the United States,” by Maria Goodavage, 2016, Dutton, 306 pages, $28

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“The Glass Universe: How the Ladies of the Harvard Observatory Took the Measure of the Stars,” by Dava Sobel, Viking, 2016, 336 pages, hardcover, $30

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“You’re a Leader, Charlie Brown,” by Charles Schulz and Carla Curtsinger, foreword by Brian Tracy, 2016, SimpleTruths, 148 pages, $14.99

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”Are We Still Friends?,” by Ruth Horowitz, illustrated by Blanca Gomez, Scholastic Press, 2017, paperback, $16.99

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”Magic Journey,” by Tracy West, (based on “The Polar Express,” by Chris Van Allsburg), hardback, Houghton Mifflin, 2004

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“General Escobar’s War,” by José Luis Olaizola, Ignatius Press, 2016, 240 pages, trade paperback, $15.95

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”What To Do About Alice,” by Barbara Kerley, Illustrated by Edwin Fotheringham, 2008, Scholastic Press, for ages 4-8, picture book, $16.99

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“The Mistletoe Secret,” by Richard Paul Evans, c. 2016, Simon & Schuster, 309 pages, $19.99

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“Hot Sauce Nation: America’s Burning Obsession,” by Denver Nicks, 2017, Chicago Review Press, 198 pages, $17.99

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”The Night Before Thanksgiving,” by Natasha Wing, Illustrated by Tammie Lyon, Scholastic Inc., paperback, 2001

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“Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race,” by Margot Lee Shetterly, William Morrow, 2016, 368 pages, hardcover, $27.99

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”Simon & Company: Flea Market Mice,” by Mary H. Wright & Deborah K. Frontiera, Illustrated by Korey Scott, Grace Enterprises, 2016, paperback, 104 pages, $11.99

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“And Every Morning the Way Home Gets Longer and Longer,” by Fredrik Backman, 2016, Atria Books, 76 pages, $18

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Spenser Cat could not only talk, but he could also write. As proof of his credentials we are reminded of literary examples: Eeyore and Piglet talked to Christopher Robin and Wilbur and Charlotte had delightful conversations with Fern. Cats and crickets, dogs and mice, elephants and crabs have been recorded.

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”The Magnolia Story,” by Chip and Joanna Gaines with Mark Dagostino, W. Publishing, Thomas Nelson Christian Publishing Inc., Nashville, copyright 2016, hardcover, 182 pages, $26.99

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“Shots of Knowledge: The Science of Whiskey,” by Rob Arnold and Eric Simanek, Texas Christian University Press, 2016, 160 pages, hardcover, $35

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”The Color of Law,” by Mark Gimenez, Anchor Books, 2006; Sequel: “Accused,” by Mark Gimenez, Anchor Books, 2010

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”How to Read Water: Clues and Patterns from Puddles to the Sea,” by Tristan Gooley, The Experiment, 2016, 400 pages, hardcover, $19.95

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”Cat Nights,” by Jane Manning, Scholastic Inc., 2008, paperback