What is the foundation of civilization? The longtime answer has been the wheel. Other scholars claim that agriculture marks the beginning of civilization, or the domestication of animals.
For want of a sharp knife, many people consider cooking a chore.
It is a rare occurrence that any designer or brand has two books published, both of which are singularly devoted to their oeuvre, let alone a Generation X designer whose name is hardly one that fal
“Horse enthusiasts regularly experience the ways in which horses uplift and save us, giving meaning and peace . . .”
Good Wives and Warriors, aka Becky Bolton and Louise Chappell, let out all the stops in this highly imaginative coloring book.
Creative Haven Whimsical Gardens Coloring Book by Alexandra Cowell rings in the gentler seasons of the year.
While the digital age certainly reduced our use of paper, for many the tactile love of paper grows.
“. . . much more than just a narrative or how-to. It’s an imaginative retelling of what is in your closet.”
“Phil Hansen suggests new ways to see the world . . .”
“Rob Hopkins combines cutting-edge process model analysis with modern scientific data using a pleasantly conversational mode.”
The premise of the book is wonderful, exploring the world of fashion from a completely different angle.
Making real people come alive to readers must be the Holy Grail of those who write historical fiction.
Mr. Walford affords the reader great insight with regard to one of the most highly influential fashion decades of the past century.
Veteran author Bill Bryson delights in skewering the arrogant rich in England and the United States, particularly the folks who lived in the 19th and early 20th centuries in this quirky survey book
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