“This well-researched, well-written book is a thoroughly enjoyable read . . .”
“Chapman’s tenacity in sacrificing himself to save the lives of his comrades as other forces attempt to rescue him truly stand out as an example of the best America has to offer . .
“Working together during a very fragile time in our nation’s history, when there were no assurances that the United States would even exist beyond the 18th century, Jefferson and Madison co
“Each of the lives portrayed here exemplify the importance of perseverance and a refusal to be constrained by social boundaries.”
“should serve as a stark warning of the deadly combination of extreme politics and military prowess . . .”
Joseph E. Stiglitz is one of America’s top economists.
“a slapdash simplification of history to a cartoonish extreme.
“Clinicians who already use the book’s cutting-edge memory reconsolidation approach will deepen their knowledge of its principles and find myriad practices and applications to make certain
“the generalist interested in how the world works can scour A World Beyond Physics with great benefit.
Who doesn’t know Dr. Seuss and his most famous children’s book titles, Green Eggs and Ham, and The Cat in the Hat?
“[A]n exhaustive biography of the remarkable Habsburg ruler coupled with important insights into the birth of the modern state system of Europe . . .”
“A picture is worth a thousand words and that is what this cookbook offers: a multitude of photographs of food that tempt the reader to create recipes from Love and Lemons Every Day
When someone says, “She’s a lesbian, but really nice,” the “but” reveals unfair bias. Jonathan Hansen’s “revisionist” account of Fidel Castro is of this sort.
“The background well-blended into one man's heroic story forms an epic tragedy of Poland in World War II . . .”
Pride: Photographs After Stonewall is an historical monument in freshly bound trade paperback.
“You all right, kid?” This is the question directed by Yogi Berra throughout his life to his son Dale.
King of Fashion: The Autobiography of Paul Poiret is a book meant for those who are inclined toward fashion history.
“Ward wants to break down any veil of time, any patina of history, and to confront these art works, to argue and quarrel with them.
“For as Lynskey charts the admittedly astonishing reception of a narrative so adaptable as to be embraced by the Black Panthers and to be approved by the John Birch Society both, one wonder
“No matter whom Jones treats, he tells the tale of each artist with verve.”
“a highly readable account of the Allied effort to not only get ashore on the continent of Europe, but stay ashore and liberate Europe.”
“As a reference work, Desmarais’ study succeeds in its intended purpose.”
The narrative world is rife with accounts of the relationship between gender, and the recognition and attribution (or not) of genius.
“Deep Hope: Zen Guidance for Staying Steadfast When the World Seems Hopeless is a wonderful read for those interested in Zen Buddhism and its application, helping
“Children who cook become children who taste and often eat. Get the kids to clean, scrub or peel the potatoes and carrots.