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Ride the Brain Wave With Humble Bundle’s Latest Non-Fiction Offerings

Support EveryLibrary and get up to 28 books for as little as one dollar.

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As voracious readers and lovers of a good cause, we’re huge fans of Humble Bundle at The Archive. It’s no wonder we’re thrilled by their latest offering—$480 worth of beloved nonfiction classics and new releases, with each bundle sold supporting EveryLibrary, a non-partisan, pro-library nonprofit.

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You’ll find many of our favorite books among those offered in this month’s humble bundle, from Ronald J. Glasser’s Vietnam War classic, 365 Days, to the deeply amusing A Secret History of Brands. You may even travel all the way back to the Middle Ages with Medieval Combat, a fascinating history of the training and execution of sword-fighting styles in the medieval period.

Unlock all this and more when you donate one dollar to EveryLibrary and Humble Bundle. But you’ll have to act quickly, before this bundle washes away with the sands of time—this Humble Bundle disappears December 31, along with the year.

Other titles in this Humble Bundle include "Ace" Any Test, by Ron Fry; 100 Words Almost Everyone Confuses and Misuses, edited by American Heritage Dictionaries; Chuck Taylor, All Star, by Abe Aamidor; Crap at My Parents' House, by Joel Dovev; Dating Tips for the Unemployed, by Iris Smyles; Edison's Concrete Piano, by Judy Wearing; God in a Cup, Michaele Weissman; Notorious Prisons of the World, by Stephen Wade; A Secret History of Brands, by Matt MacNabb; Creating a Thriving Business, by George Horrigan; Drinkology Beer, by James Waller; Employees Gone Wild, by Richard Burton, Esq.; Lost Amusement Parks of New York City, by Barbara & Wesley Gottlock; Medieval Combat, by Hans Falhoffer; This Business of Publishing, by Richard Curtis; Gifts in Jars, by Natalie Wise; Star Trek: The Next Generation 365, by Paula M. Block & Terry J. Erdmann; Don't Panic, by Neil Gaiman, 365 Days, by Ronald J. Glasser, M.D.; The Booklovers' Guide to Wine, by Patrick Alexander; A History of Cigarette and Trade Cards, by John Broom; Dead Distillers, by Colin Spoelman & David Haskell; Final Chapters, by Jim Bernhard; How to Prosper in the Coming Apocalypse, by Richard Curtis; You Are Getting Sleepy, by Paul Glovinsky, Ph.D. & Arthur Speilman, Ph.D.; Max Your Mind, by Sandra Sunquist Stanton; You Want Fries With That?, by Prioleau Alexander; and Improve Your Memory, by Ron Fry.

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