NonFiction

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Creative Haven Whimsical Gardens Coloring Book by Alexandra Cowell rings in the gentler seasons of the year.

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“will appeal to the art lover, the record collector, the social historian, the casual observer of culture, and the curious enthusiast.” 

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a pleasure to read.

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“a highly readable book which is much more than casual journalism . . .”

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Given a large (9 3/8” x 13”) page size, this very attractive compilation of contemporary art—drawings on paper—provides an excellent review of a medium that is too often overlooked.

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First, let’s start with all the positive aspects of Emerging Fashion Designers.

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“I did not want to put this book down. Neither will you.”

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Jacob Dinezon (1856–1919) was a Yiddish novelist and short story writer, as famous during his lifetime as were his contemporaries, the three pillars of late 19th and early 20th century Yiddish lite

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Settling into the persona of his stand-in protagonist in the opening lines of his new novel The American People Volume 1: Search for My Heart, author Larry Kramer paints a picture:

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this book will remain the premier anthology of insanity for some time to come.”

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It’s hard to believe that young people today may have no idea who Alfred Hitchcock was or what he created.

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The news coming from Syria is not good. The initial exhilaration and hope ignited by the Arab Spring has faded into the background.

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“crushing, lovely, painful, and above all powerful.”

“I wake up grateful, for life is a gift.”
—Ficre Ghebreyesus

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What an amazingly wonderful and glorious surprise and what a gift Italian Glamour is to those of us whose lives are steeped in fashion.

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looking good is not only about the labels on your clothes but about how you present yourself to the outside world.”

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“This is not to say that the book lacks purpose, but that perhaps it takes on too much in the vastness of its overview.”

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Life and Art is a fine-line portrait of the award-winning gay poet.

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Suffice to say National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Who is amply illustrated.

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“perfect for anyone who loves film, Turner Classic Movies, PBS, or show business.”

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“What is family? Is it something we inherit, or is it something that we build? The book was the key to everything, the key to my life.

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“What you say and what the other hears won’t coincide. There are gaps between . . . what we say and what we mean.”

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When the state of Indiana recently passed the Orwellian-sounding Religious Freedom Restoration Act in 2015, little did the lawmakers and Governor Mike Pence expect a swift blowback.

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“Although the true strategic and tactical success of the American stand at Khe Sanh will continue to be debated . . .

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The Eureka Factor is a plunge into the neuroscience of insight. Where do brainwaves come from? And how can we have more of them?

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Fashion Lives should become a textbook or at least mandatory reading for all budding designers, future fashionphiles, and anyone who inhabits the fashion business or considers themselves a

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