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Editor Pick: Books

Book Review: ‘The EQ Leader: Instilling Passion, Creating Shared Goals, and Building Meaningful Organizations through Emotional Intelligence,’ by Steven Stein, PhD

Dr. Steven Stein's illuminating book, 'The EQ Leader' explores why Emotional Intelligence is the new barometer for successful workplaces.

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Book Review: ‘One Nation Under Baseball: How the 1960s Collided with the National Pastime’ by John Florio and Ouisie Shapiro

'One Nation Under Baseball: How the 1960s Collided with the National Pastime Collided' by John Florio and Ouisie Shapiro while a reflective and entertaining read will disappoint those looking for a sharply focused analysis of the evolution of baseball during the time.

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Book Review: ‘Ballad of the Green Beret: The Life and Wars of Staff Sergeant Barry Sadler from the Vietnam War and Pop Stardom to Murder and an Unsolved, Violent Death’ by Marc Leepson

Biographer tells the story of an iconic pro-military song and its effect on the soldier who wrote it and took it to the top single in the nation

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Book Review: ‘All Things New,’ a Young Adult Novel by Lauren Miller

In 'All Things New' by Lauren Miller she takes us into the life of seventeen-year-old Jessa Gray. Jessa was always a great student, but then life changed in unexpected ways. Her parents split up, her mom moved on, getting remarried and having another family. Her family decided that Jessa should stay with her mom, never consulting her about her own feelings. Suddenly life has darkened, her grades have dropped and she begins having severe anxiety, barely able to leave her home.

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Book Review: ‘The Mutual Admiration Society,’ A Young Adult Novel by Lesley Kagen

In 'The Mutual Admiration Society,' Leslie Kagen takes us into the past and into the life of a family that struggles just as many others of the time do. But she also shows us the often fun hijinks of children as they find ways to enjoy their time away from school and often parental influence.

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