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Reader’s Lounge – April 2019

The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma
by Bessel Van Der Kolk, MD
We all experience the stress of trauma and know well how it can affect every aspect of life. This book helpfully reviews the different ways trauma occurs, the effects of trauma and the best way in which to treat it. Sometimes medication can reduce symptoms, but what about the underlying causes? Learn how to release in trauma through healthy ways to move past the medications.

Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How to Body Can Heal Itself
by William W. Li, MD
The human body is complex and for years scientists and nutritionists have tried to discover how it processes the food we eat. Here is breakthrough research that shows us how our bodies can fight disease and heal themselves based with the food we eat. Learn about bacterial metabolites, Helper T cells and what foods help your Microbiome. Learn to be healthy by giving your body the foods to do the job right.

Junk Beautiful: She Sheds Hundreds of inspired ideas for your backyard retreat
by Sue Whitney
We all need our own special place, whether we are readers, sewers or crafters. The idea of having a space where we can relax and renew is appealing. Men have been asking for their “man cave” for years and now it’s our turn. This book focuses on small sheds and backyard structures, complete with decorating ideas and fun designs.

The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter
by Margareta Magnusson
We tend to collect things through a lifetime and, at a certain point, the clutter becomes too much. If we don’t tackle it ourselves while we’re alive, it will most certainly become a burden for those we leave behind. This account of the Swedish art of death cleaning is shared by an octogenarian with wisdom and humor; a feel-good read no matter what your level of clutter.

The Lifelong Gardener: Garden with Ease and Joy at Any Age
by Toni Gattone
Gardening is hard work. There’s a fair amount of bending and lifting involved and the knees can take quite the beating. For those who simply cannot live without getting their hands in the dirt, this book offers healthy suggestions to make things easier so you don’t have to give up the joy of gardening.

Suggestions brought to you by Gloria Tiller, owner of Kazoo Books. Kazoo Books features used and new titles. The staff is experienced & can help you with suggestions. Come visit them at 2413 Parkview. There is plenty of parking in the back.

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