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Google Scholar and the PIU Manuel Library

January 2, 2020

Many of our resources are now available through Google Scholar! For instance, the following databases are among those that will now be linked from Google Scholar searches: Academic Search Complete, Business Source Complete, Education Source, ...

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Wilding : returning nature to our farm by Isabella Tree -
Understanding Public Speaking by Braj Mohan - “Public speaking is a much coveted yet difficult art. This book illustrates the use of various linguistic devices and persuasive strategies with examples...
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Spirituals and the Birth of a Black Entertainment Industry by Sandra Jean Graham - “A detailed and valuable genealogy of the spiritual.”  ―The Journal of Southern History
Book Sale - Prices updated weekly - Great deals on great finds - Manuel Library
Radiant Child : the Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat by Javaka Steptoe - Winner of the 2017 Randolph Caldecott Medal & Winner of the 2017 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award
In Search of the Common Good: Christian Fidelity in a Fractured World by Jake Meador - Jake's book accurately diagnoses some of the ills of our modern world and...provides a...vision of a full and flourishing Christian life.
Books for Brewin' - coffee and books: what could be better?
All Things New: Essays on Christianity culture & arts by Jeremy W. Johnston - “This is a collection of essays on Christianity, culture and the arts, most of which appeared in Barnabas magazine over the past decade.
The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity by Sally Kohn - “Brilliantly illustrates the immense and disarming power of changing course and driving not toward division, but toward civility and mutual respect.”  ―Ms. Magazine
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La Princesa and the Pea by Susan Middleton Elya - “The Princess and the Pea gets a fresh twist in this charming bilingual retelling...Readers will be...captivated by the vibrant art inspired by the culture of Peru.
If the World were a Village: a Book about the World's People by David J. Smith - “[The book compares] the world population to a village of 100 persons...
Need help with your school work? Book a Librarian! Book a 30 minute research consultation with us!  From choosing a topic to in-depth research, we do it all!  Book a consultation today @ library.piedmontu.edu/book-a-librarian - George M. Manuel Library -
Micah by Stephen G. Dempster -
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