Nonfiction publishing is rising at a bewildering rate; an average of 351 new nonfiction titles stream off the presses every week, but most of them never get reviewed. Here is a random sampling of titles, issued in the past year or so by reputable publishers, that may have escaped public attention:
Honeybees from Close Up by A. M. Dines.
Water Use Inspector by the Arco Editorial Board.
New Trends in Table Settings by Lucy Staley.
Lithuanians in Canada by Pr. Gaida, S. Kairys, J. Kardelis, J. Puzinas, A. Rinkunas and J. Sungaila.
Politics in the Tokugawa Bakufn, 1600-1843 by Conrad D. Totman.
The Grimké Sisters from South...