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Call Me Anorexic

by Ken Capobianco

When Michael, a struggling, anorexic young man, comes home to his apartment in Allston, Massachusetts in December of 2000, he finds his live-in girlfriend, Jessie, with her bags packed. She’s moving in with...


Day Hikes in the Pacific Northwest

by Don J. Scarmuzzi

Second book from respected hiking guru covering day hikes in this part of the country.

While Don’s books address a range of trails, they usually appeal to the “peeps who like steeps” crowd. (Daytrips for...


A Space for Race

by Kathy Hogarth & Wendy L. Fletcher

A Space for Race engages in a critical examination of some of the major discourses related to original/settler/immigrant and, particularly, racialized belonging. In the course of this examination, the book explores...


The Exchange of Words

by Richard Moran

The capacity to speak is not only the ability to pronounce words, but the socially-recognized capacity to make one's words count in various ways. We rely on this capacity whenever we tell another person something...


The Development of Relational Aggression

by Sarah M. Coyne & Jamie M. Ostrov

Research over the last few decades has revealed that individuals use a variety of mechanisms to hurt one another, many of which are not physical in nature. In this volume, editors Sarah M. Coyne and Jamie M....


Emperors and Usurpers

by Andrew G. Scott

This historical commentary examines books 79(78)-80(80) of Cassius Dio's Roman History, which cover the period from the death of Caracalla in A. D. 217. to the reign of Severus Alexander and Cassius Dio's retirement...


Making Time for Making Music

by Amy Nathan

Are you a former music-maker who yearns to return to music, but aren't sure where to begin? Or are you a person who never played music as a child but you are now curious about trying? You're not alone. Many...


Drumming Asian America

by Angela K. Ahlgren

With its dynamic choreographies and booming drumbeats, taiko has gained worldwide popularity since its emergence in 1950s Japan. Harnessed by Japanese Americans in the late 1960s, taiko's sonic largesse and...


The Runaway Wife

by Dee MacDonald

A warm, funny, brilliant read! I love the warmth and humour that jumps from the page. Connie is proof that you’re never too old to have an adventure! I LOVED the ending!!!!’ Sue Watson

One evening in early...


Human Resource Excellence

by Edward E. Lawler Iii & John W. Boudreau

As a field, human resources has been slow to evolve, despite a great need and opportunity for change. Human Resource Excellence delivers the newest findings about what makes HR successful and how it can add...


Letters to the Contrary

by Mark Goodale & Samuel Moyn

Since its adoption in 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) has served as the foundation for the protection of human rights around the world. Historians and human rights scholars have claimed...


Fearless Women Sampler

by Tessa Gratton, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Robyn Bennis & V. E. Schwab et al.

A year of Fearless Women begins with these excerpts from Spring/Summer 2018's brightest female voices in science fiction and fantasy.

At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights...


ONE GRAY MOUSE

by Ovi Nedelcu

From the critically acclaimed Author Ovi Nedelcu, comes his new book about a curious mouse looking for a better life.

ONE GRAY MOUSE is a book about HOPE, and the willingness to believe that life can change for...


Poisonous Pandas

by Matthew Kohrman, Gan Quan, Liu Wennan & Robert N. Proctor

A favorite icon for cigarette manufacturers across China since the mid-twentieth century has been the panda, with factories from Shanghai to Sichuan using cuddly cliché to market tobacco products. The proliferation...


Witchmark: Chapters 1-11

by C. L. Polk

Combining fantasy, mystery, intrigue, and romance, Witchmark is a sensation that has been lauded as one of Publishers Weekly's most anticipated books of the season. To get you excited for this phenomenal debut...


Minority Leader

by Stacey Abrams

A personal and empowering blueprintfrom one of America’s rising Democratic starsfor outsiders who seek to become the ones in charge

Leadership is hard. Convincing others—and often yourself—that you...


Marc's Mission

by Jocko Willink & Jon Bozak

New York Times-bestselling author Jocko Willink delivers a second powerful and empowering Way of the Warrior Kid book about finding your inner strength and being the best you can be, even in the face of adversity...


A Prom to Remember

by Sandy Hall

Love it or hate it, you'll never forget it. In this heart-warming novel, Swoon Reads star, Sandy Hall, explores a classic high school celebration, capturing every relatable and hilarious teen milestone along...


Caddyshack

by Chris Nashawaty

“This is a tough, sharp history of comedy and competitiveness, of rising stars and brilliant upstarts. Of difficult egos, awful behavior, fragile friendships, bursts of inspiration, and blizzards of cocaine...


Publish and Perish

by Phillipa Bornikova

Linnet Ellery, a young attorney at a prestigious New York vampire law firm has proved she has extraordinary luck—and not just in the courtroom. She has walked unscathed through events that would kill a normal...