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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Bones and Ochre: The Curious Afterlife of the Red Lady of PavilandBones and Ochre: The Curious Afterlife of the Red Lady of PavilandSommer, MarianneHARDCOVER02/28/2008$60.50
Cover: Dinosaurs of Australia and New Zealand and Other Animals of the Mesozoic EraDinosaurs of Australia and New Zealand and Other Animals of the Mesozoic EraLong, John A.HARDCOVER10/15/1998$89.00
Cover: Fossil InvertebratesFossil InvertebratesTaylor, Paul D.
Lewis, David N.
PAPERBACK10/15/2007$33.50
Cover: The Invaders: How Humans and Their Dogs Drove Neanderthals to ExtinctionThe Invaders: How Humans and Their Dogs Drove Neanderthals to ExtinctionShipman, PatPAPERBACK05/15/2017$20.00
Cover: The Nariokotome <i>Homo erectus</i> SkeletonThe Nariokotome Homo erectus SkeletonWalker, Alan
Leakey, Richard
HARDCOVER01/01/1993$260.50
Cover: Our Oldest Companions: The Story of the First DogsOur Oldest Companions: The Story of the First DogsShipman, PatHARDCOVER10/19/2021$25.95Not yet available
Cover: Punctuated EquilibriumPunctuated EquilibriumGould, Stephen JayPAPERBACK05/31/2007$30.00
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Jacket: How To Be Gay, by David M. Halperin, from Harvard University Press

Celebrating Pride Month, Part II

To celebrate Pride Month, we are highlighting excerpts from books that explore the lives and experiences of the LGBT+ community. This second excerpt comes from How To Be Gay, a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award, in which David M. Halperin, a pioneer of LGBTQ studies, dares to suggest that gayness is a way of being that gay men must learn from one another to become who they are.