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- Sixty harvests left : how to reach a nature-friendly future /
- Our corner store /
- This is how we love /
- Why sharks matter : a deep dive with the world's most misunderstood predator /
- Redemptor /
- Positive psychology : an international perspective /
- The Northern Ireland peace process : from armed conflict to Brexit /
- The story of Russia /
- Shrubs to know in Pacific Northwest forests /
- LIBRARY BUS.
- Group theory in a nutshell for physicists /
- Blacktop wasteland : a novel /
- Reading Homer's Iliad /
- Demography of incomplete data : own child methodology, past and present /
- In case of emergency /
- Conversations with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie /
- The narrows of fear (wapawikoscikanik) : a novel /
- Peoplehood in the Nordic world /
- The seven moons of Maali Almeida /
- From backwoods to boardrooms : the rise of institutional investment in timberland /
- Dissidents among dissidents : ideology, politics and the left in post-Soviet Russia /
- The everlasting road /
- Dancing cockatoos and the dead man test : how behavior evolves and why it matters /
- Managing sacralities : competing and converging claims of religious heritage /
- Long distance /
- 'Make it according to plan' : workshop scenes in Egyptian tombs of the Old Kingdom /
- Women and the criminal justice system : gender, race, and class /
- Hong Kong's last English bishop : the life and times of John Gilbert Hindley Baker /
- KIND OF SPARK.
- Manikanetish /
One Book One SFU
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Non-Fiction Writer in Residence
SFU Library's Non-Fiction Writer in Residence program emphasizes the power of writing to share knowledge beyond academia, enhancing the SFU community's capacity to tell compelling research and scholarship stories.
What book changed your mind?
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