2020年10月5日新书推荐

10月5日共推出50本新书

新书目录: B20201005

◎作者:徐崇耀执行主编

◎出版:理海文化

◎索书号:191.900/3

◎藏书地点:图书馆D区

    

◎内容提要:

你是否曾经问过自己,那些学校没有教、考试也不会考的问题?关於人活着的目的,或者是幸福与生命的意义。你是否有过旁徨的时候,站在学习、生活或者工作的十字路口,却不知该往哪里走?身处千变万化的社会中,有愈来愈多的问题是没有标准答案的,但是我们却可以从身旁一些真实故事中,搜寻到活出精彩人生的关键字。走在学习、成长的生命道路上,从来不会缺乏挫折、困苦与迷惘,但是我们总能由生长在同一块土地的人们身上,看到冲破逆境、正面向阳的力量!

以上正是理海文化特别与CAREER(就业情报)合作,精心企划出版此书的缘由。

◎作者:蔡志忠编绘

◎出版:生活.读书.新知三联书店

◎索书号:849.400/10[1](3):14

◎藏书地点:图书馆D区

    

◎内容提要:  

“熟读唐诗三百首,不会吟诗也会吟。”但浩瀚的唐诗何从读起?清朝乾隆年间的一位隐者蘅塘退士做了一件流芳千古的好事,他选出了唐人最好的诗编成集子,还能做到雅俗共赏,《唐诗三百首》因而流传极广,朱自清特别在《唐诗三百诗读法指导》一文中推崇它。

蔡志忠加上漫画则使它成为又一本不可多得的晓畅的唐诗读本。  

◎作者:赛雷

◎出版:北京联合

◎索书号:415.2302/1

◎藏书地点:图书馆D区

◎内容提要:

《赛雷三分钟漫画:病毒、细菌与人类》一书以深入浅出、通俗易懂的文字,辅以幽默风趣、呆萌可爱的漫画插图,向我们介绍了十几种历史上影响人类至深的重大传染性疾病,以及人类面对这些疾病时不屈不挠的斗争过程。

本书所涉及的内容,包括人们耳熟能详的黑死病(鼠疫杆菌)、霍乱(霍乱弧菌)、天花(天花病毒)、黄热病(黄热病毒)、西班牙流感(流感病毒)、艾滋病(HIV病毒)、疟疾(疟原虫)、麻疹(麻疹病毒)、猩红热(A组溶血性链球菌)、埃博拉(埃博拉病毒)、SARS(SARS病毒)、禽流感(禽流感病毒)、xin型冠状肺炎(xin型冠状病毒)等传染病及其相关病原体的来龙去脉和专业知识。

◎作者:李牧怡编著

◎出版:成都地图

◎索书号:177.300/44

◎藏书地点:图书馆D区

 

◎内容提要:  

《为人三会:会说话 会办事 会做人》是一本个人成长类著作。

人生在世,无论处于哪个阶段,都离不开说话、办事、做人。要想立足社会,想在人际圈中吃得开,就要掌握三种本领:会说话、会办事、会做人。

会说话是会办事和会做人的重要前提,掌握了说话技巧,办事可以办得圆满,做人可以做得练达;会办事是会做人的条件,善于办事,你才可以得到别人的认可和信任;会做人,首先要学会说话、会办事。

学会说话、学会办事、学会做人,是人生三大技巧,缺一不可。而掌握了成功的金钥匙,人生一定会过得美满而精彩。

◎作者:糖粒儿

◎出版:北京联合

◎索书号:528.210/100

◎藏书地点:图书馆D区

    

◎内容提要:

 “自己的孩子自己带”是很多家长都想拥有却又难以实现的育儿梦想。终日忙碌于赚钱养家,没时间耐心陪伴孩子成了他们的遗憾。本书的作者糖粒儿作为一名普通的工薪妈妈,用自己的亲身经历讲述了如何平衡工作与陪伴孩子,继而能够更用心、更有成效地教育自己的孩子的过程。

本书并不是在陈述一个个冷冰冰的理论主张,作者用真实温馨的生活回忆向读者展示了曾经引来无数朋友邀约分享的育儿心经,着重介绍了当下家长们关心的外语班、课外兴趣班、校园霸凌、性格养成等问题,给读者带来了新的理念和切实可行的方法。

◎作者:弗里曼·J.戴森著;王一操,左立华译

◎出版:重庆大学

◎索书号:307.000/45

◎藏书地点:图书馆D区

    

◎内容提要:

《宇宙波澜:科技与人类前途的自省》是一代量子力学巨擎弗里曼戴森的经典科学传记,凝聚了他对科技与人类前途的人文思考与省思。该书被评为改变世界的25本科普书之一。

在这本书里,他试图向人们描述,在身为科学家的某人眼里,人类的处境是何面貌……从内部看科学是怎样的。本书讨论了技术的未来,描述一些科学伦理问题——它们牵涉到战争与和平、自由与责任、希望与绝望。这些都受到科学的影响,都是一种必须作为整体才能理解的图像的组成部分。

这不是一本枯燥的科普说教读物,而是一位才华横溢的科学家用他独特的幽默、深刻的自省以及敏锐的洞察力向我们娓娓叙说科学与人类发展的故事。

Author:Stephanie Tromly

Publisher:Hot Key Books

Call Number:813.600/T2

Location: Area C     

Synopsis:

Shortlisted for the Peters Book of the Year. Preparing to survive a typical day of being Digby’s friend wasn’t that different from preparing to survive the Apocalypse. 

When Digby first shows up on her doorstep, Zoe Webster is not impressed. He’s rude, he’s smart, and he doesn’t take ‘no’ for an answer. But before she knows it, Digby has dragged her into a series of hilarious and dangerous situations all related to an investigation into the kidnapping of a girl from their high school. A kidnapping that may be connected to the tragic disappearance of his own sister eight years ago. Peppered with razor-sharp dialogue, this is a romance that is decidedly unromantic, a crime novel where catching the crook isn’t the only hook, and a debut novel you won’t forget.

Author:Wayne Macauley

Publisher:Quercus

Call Number:823.930/M3

Location:Area C  

     

Synopsis:

At seventeen Zac is given a choice: either go to a young offenders’ institute, or enrol in a rehabilitation scheme – a course that teaches juveniles how to cook.

Author:Fridrik Erlings

Publisher:Meadowside Fiction

Call Number:839.693/ E1

Location:Area C  

     

Synopsis:

Josh Stephenson’s thirteenth year starts with a baffling sequence of events. His seventeen-year-old girl cousin moves into his house, making his bedroom a corridor, he devises a truancy plan to escape the embarrassment he suffers at school, and his estranged father sends him a stuffed falcon for his birthday. And on top of all that, he’s in love but wondering if dreams of love can ever come true. Josh goes to his secret hollow on the beach, a rocky outcropping along Iceland’s rugged coast, to try to work out if his life is being sucked into a black hole or if this is just being thirteen.

Written with passion and humor, this coming-of-age novel explores the juxtaposition of teenage angst and ecstasy.

Author:Akhil Sharma

Publisher:Faber & Faber

Call Number:813.540/S19

Location:Area C  

     

Synopsis:

WINNER OF THE 2016 INTERNATIONAL DUBLIN LITERARY AWARD WINNER OF THE FOLIO PRIZE 2015 For eight-year-old Ajay and his older brother Birju, life in Dehli in the late 1970s follows a comfortable, predictable routine: bathing on the roof, queuing for milk, playing cricket in the street. Yet, everything changes when their father finds a job in America – a land of carpets and elevators, swimsuits and hot water on tap. Life is exciting for the two brothers as they adjust to prosperity, girls and 24-hour TV, until one hot, sultry day when everything falls apart. Darkly comic, Family Life is a story of a boy torn between duty and survival amid the ruins of everything he once knew.

Author:Kathryn Ormsbee

Publisher:Simon & Schuster Children’s

Call Number:813.600/O3

Location:Area C  

     

Synopsis:

The life of homeschooler Stevie Hart gets all shook up when she meets Max, a strange boy who survived a freak near-fatal accident and is now obsessed with death. He enlists her and her best friend, Sanger, to help him complete his absurd “23 Ways to Fake My Death Without Dying” checklist. What starts off as fun begins spiraling downward when Stevie’s diabetes sabotages her fumbling romance with Max, Sanger announces she’s moving out of state, and then death—real death—cuts a little too close to home.

Author:PP Wong

Publisher:Legend Press

Call Number:823.920/W8

Location:Area C  

     

Synopsis:

Xing Li is what some Chinese people call a banana – yellow on the outside and white on the inside. Although born and raised in London, she never feels like she fits in. When her mother dies, she moves with her older brother to live with venomous Grandma, strange Uncle Ho and Hollywood actress Auntie Mei. Her only friend is Jay – a mixed raced Jamaican boy with a passion for classical music. 

Then Xing Li’s life takes an even harsher turn: the school bullying escalates and her uncle requests she assist him in an unthinkable favour. Her happy childhood becomes a distant memory as her new life is infiltrated with the harsh reality of being an ethnic minority. 

Consumed by secrets, violence and confusing family relations, Xing Li tries to find hope wherever she can. In order to find her own identity, she must first discover what it means to be both Chinese and British.

 

Author:Ally Carter

Publisher:Orchard Books

Call Number:813.600/C15(2)

Location:Area C  

Synopsis:

There I was: Cammie the Chameleon–the Gallagher Girl who had risked the most sacred sisterhood in the history of espionage. For a boy. But I was through with lying. And sneaking around. I was going to be…myself.

Despite Cammie’s best intentions to be a normal student, danger seems to follow her. Cammie and her friends must clear her name by discovering the truth about some mysterious guests…but this time the stakes for Cammie’s heart – and her beloved school – are even higher.

Author:Ally Carter

Publisher:Orchard Books

Call Number:813.600/ C15(3)

Location:Area C  

     

Synopsis:

Here’s the thing about covert operations: bad things happen when you least expect them.

Teenage spy Cammie Morgan has a choice: fail her undercover mission, or fail her friend…

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