|Jonathon Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach.||Where
there is no Doctor
A great reference for anyone traveling in the third world. This book describes many simple medical procedures that can be done without a high tech health facility available. A must for healthcare workers in developing areas.
|Trinity by Leon Uris. A great historical novel giving a personal touch to the religious and political conflicts in northern Ireland.||Milagro Beanfield War by John Treadwell Nichols. This book has one of the funniest opennning chapters that I have ever read. Its a great tale situated in New Mexico.|
|Chaos : Making a New Science by James Gleick. A relatively easy book about a very fascinating mathematical science.||Common
Ground : A Turbulent Decade in the Lives of Three American Families
by J. Anthony Lukas
This work of non-fiction provides a fascinating account of how public school bussing evolved in Boston during the 1970's. The book reads like a novel since the author meticulously follows three real families from different background through the tumultuous events.
The Moosewood Cookbook by Katzen, Mollie
|Arcadia by Stoppard, Tom. I recent saw this play put on by the Bard Hall Players of Columbia's Physicians and Surgeons and really liked it a lot. Topics discussed by the characters in the play included chaos theory and determinism.|