“Sadly, A to Z of Style is a bit on the boring side.”
“Nobody does blue collar America better than Bruce Springsteen . . .”
“Who would have thought a book about the ACLU could be so titillating?”
“Not merely an interesting and fun read, Pursuing the Good Life also offers some tips for achieving the same.”
“The essential point The Endgame misses, however, is what the Surge really showed, which . . .
“Overall, a convincing read.”
“Spreadable Media does have something to say—if you can accept the term itself and make it past the first few chapters.”
“Kadir Nelson has created a beautiful, heartfelt tribute to an icon of social justice.”
The immediate reaction that one has to this fashion tome is based on its shape and size. Decades: A Century of Fashion has the same flash and dash as its author Cameron Silver.
“Vogue: The Editors Eye is a visual treat. Very tastefully executed in every way, shape, and form.”
“Agata Tuszyńska has written a fiery portrayal of lives lived in horror as well as an exploration of the profound question of who really did collaborate with the Nazis.”
“. . . exciting and encouraging. Her research into the strides technology has spawned is remarkable . . .”
“. . . a poignant tale of a search for answers and the determination of a loving son to know a parent . . .”
David Goldhill’s thought provoking examination of the U.S. health care industry is informed by his keen business perspective.
“. . . a clever, clever story . . . a book anyone interested in the Big Apple should read.”
“Mr. Weiner connects all the dots in this amazing evolution of a true art form—an evolution driven as much by artists and writers as by their readers.”
“W was, for so many years, a fashion bible as well as the bitchiest publication out there and sadly, none of that is captured within this new book.”
Scholarly research can be a wonderful thing. It can connect the dots between seemingly diverse topics and reveal relationships that are not obvious to the casual observer.
“. . . a valuable textbook that has arrived in the nick of time.”
“If Dr. Seuss is a representative example of its overall quality, this series should be considered for inclusion in K–6 school curricula and libraries.”
“Sticking to your guns . . . is indeed something to be admired.”
“. . . a life worth knowing and appreciating.”
Society, as a whole, has become accustomed to convenience.
Some people are smart. Like “Jeopardy” smart, right? All kidding aside, everyone knows someone who would be their go-to first-pick for Trivial Pursuit.
“Killing Geronimo is the best a graphic novel gets.”