It was Tom Peters who started the business book boom.
In the history of fashion, there is little space devoted to designers who accessorized or augmented the much-ballyhooed fashions of the twentieth century. In this instance, Miriam Haskell is a st
This uniquely-titled book was written by Wes Moore, the Rhodes Scholar, U.S. Army paratrooper, and White House Fellow. He is the successful Wes Moore.
Cowboy Conservatism is an illuminating history of modern conservatism in the state of Texas—a conservatism that spread throughout the United States, but that began with a bullet that took
On May 13, 2010, during the annual Mass at Fatima’s sanctuary in Portugal, Pope Benedict XVI delivered yet another of his orations on the evils of homosexuality, and the impermissibility of grantin
Today, when illegal wildlife trafficking comprises the world’s third largest black market, coming behind only trade in drugs and guns, hunting elephants for ivory, Seattle Times
Nat Geo Wild Animal Atlas: Earth’s Astonishing Animals and Where They Live is a perfect tool to introduce young readers to the amazing animals across the globe.
There are a few lucky souls who come into this world knowing exactly what they are supposed to do with their lives. Michael Jordan was always meant to be a basketball player.
Warning: If any scientific phrase starting with the word “quantum” scares you, if you do not believe Bill Nye the Science Guy when he says “science is cool,” if you could not get through Stephen Ha
This young adult memoir is a slice of the seventies, with unmistakably wild zebra-stripes, conservatively crushed velvet, and shag carpeting.
For more than 50 years William Shatner has lent his talent to a plethora of characters.
This book is an excellent reference tool for professionals in the “helping field” who are interested in making the transition to becoming a professional life coach, or for therapists interested in
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“Better bring your own redemption when you come/To the barricades of Heaven where I’m from . . .”—Jackson Browne
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The Icarus Syndrome uses the Greek myth of Icarus to illustrate American foreign policy shortcomings following World War I, Vietnam, and Iraq.
Even those who rarely read poetry in the course of an average day will usually be willing to ponder some sad, poignant, or inspirational elegiac verse upon the occasion of a loved one’s death.
The question that the title of this book inspires—Did baseball grow out of cricket?—receives a clear answer here: no, the two games are “sporting cousins.”
Fatima Bhutto has a unique perspective. In fact, she is the only person in the world who could write this story—and thank goodness she is.
The filmmaker and trash culture maven John Waters still has in his possession a junior-high-school yearbook in which one of his teachers wrote: “To someone who can, but doesn’t.” Recently arrived a
Don’t be fooled by this breezy and entertaining book; there are valuable lessons to be learned here.