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365 Family Games and Pastimes

by Martin Toseland & Simon Toseland

Remember Blind Man's Bluff, Pin the Tail and Murder in the Dark? Making daisy chains and collecting conkers? And when rainy afternoons meant card games and battleships?

Jam-packed with games and activities for...


Marlins Cry A Phishing Story

by Casey Swann

Marlins Cry A Phishing Story, The Digital Damnation of Civilized Society, is a gripping novel exposing the potent potential of peril for individuals, caused by spyware on a single phone, and for a society, through...


The Hibernian Miscellany

by Bobby Sinnet

The Hibernian Miscellany - a book on the Hi-Bees like no other, is packed with facts, stats, trivia, stories and legends. From a European Cup semi-final to near extinction (more than once), from beating Barcelona...


The Chelsea FC Miscellany

by Rick Glanvill

Chelsea FC, as someone once observed, has always done what other clubs have done, but not necessarily in the same order. A stone's throw form the King's Road, draped with showbiz connections, and not even based...


The Blackburn Rovers Miscellany

by Harry Berry

The Blackburn Rovers Miscellany is a gem of a book, packed with facts, stats, trivia, stories and legend. This is the ultimate book of trivia on the club and a treasure trove of information that you can dip...


German Spitz

by Juliette Cunliffe & Isabelle Francais

A rare breed in America, the German Spitz is one of Europe’s most beloved companion breeds whose popularity in the States has been eclipsed by three spinoffs—the Pomeranian, Keeshond, and American Eskimo...


Dogo Argentino: A Comprehensive Owner's Guide

by Joseph Janish

Designed as a hunter of wild boar in the jungles of South America, the Dogo Argentino owes its existence to Dr. Antonio Nores Martinez, who set out to create a superdog of his own from Argentina’s native breed,...


Finnish Lapphund: Special Rare-Breed Edition : A Comprehensive Owner's Guide

by Toni Jackson

This Comprehensive Owner’s Guide dedicated to the Finnish Lapphund is the only publication available on this distinctive spitz breed. Developed as a reindeer herder, the Finnish Lapphund today is a versatile...


Cesky Terrier

by Katherine A. Eckstrom

Devised by Dr. Frantisek Horak, a top-ranked geneticist from the Czech Republic, the Cesky Terrier is one dog world's best kept secrets and one of the few terrier breeds that did not derive from the British...


Fila Brasileiro: A Comprehensive Owner's Guide

by Yvette Uroshevich

Meet the world's most unstoppable guard dog, the Fila Brasileiro, a pure-bred superdog from Brazil that is capable of protecting his family and property and impressing all those with whom he comes in contact....


Capoeira Conditioning: How to Build Strength, Agility, and Cardiovascular Fitness Using Capoeira Movements

by Gerard Taylor & Anders Kjaergaard

The popularity of capoeira continues to rise as more people discover how useful—and fun—it can be for increasing agility and flexibility, as well as strength and endurance. Capoeira Conditioning is an illustrated...


The Wing Chun Compendium, Volume One

by Wayne Belonoha

The Wing Chun Compendium explains the theory of wing chun from a technical, lifestyle, and philosophical perspective. Written by Wayne Belonoha—a certified Ving Tsun Instructor and National Certified Coach,...


The Nature of Joyful Relationships: Inspiring Tails from the Animal Kingdom to Transform Your Life

by Denise Donato-McConnell

A collection of stories about unique animal friendships and families. They illustrate how to move beyond supposed primal instincts of fear and mistrust and explore what happens when you substitute love and compassion....


Pavlov's Trout: The Incompleat Psychology of Everyday Fishing

by Paul Quinnett

Fifty million Americans go fishing every year. But why?

Pavlov's Trout answers that question and many more as it examines the mysteries of the sport of fishing through the microscope of modern psychology. Eminent...


Turn Three Shots Into Two: How to Putt, Chip, Pitch, and Blast Your Way to Lower Scores

by Bill Moretti & Mike Stachura

Author and top PGA instructor Bill Moretti is recognized by Golf Magazine as one of the top 100 golf teachers in America. In Turning Three Shots Into Two, he shares the secrets of the short game he's discovered...


The Magical Garden: Spells, Charms, and Lore for Magical Gardens and the Curious Gardeners Who Tend Them

by Sophia Sargent & Denny Sargent

The Magical Garden is a curious little book of magic, charms, spells, and bits of traditional and historical lore from and for magical gardens and the curious gardeners who tend to them. What gardener would...


Erin Go Bark!: Irish Dogs and Blessings

by Kim Levin & John O'Neill

"May your bed stay warm, your bowl stay full, and may you live a long and healthy life." Long live Ireland ae isle of myth and mystery, proud haven of poets and saints, land of wisdom and courage . . . and home...


Support Our Troops: Quotations on Patriotism and Prayer

by Eric Dinyer

We live in challenging times - times that increasingly call upon the focus, intensity, and integrity of our armed forces. These are the men and women who selflessly protect what the rest of us hold most dear....


Fishing Lessons: Insights, Fun, and Philosophy from a Passionate Angler

by Paul Quinnett

Despite its title, Fishing Lessons will not show readers how to fish. In fact, you don't even have to like to fish to enjoy and appreciate the latest book from respected psychologist, fisherman, and essayist...


Darwin's Bass: The Evolutionary Psychology of Fishing Man

by Paul Quinnett

In this follow-up to his widely acclaimed Pavlov's Trout, internationally recognized psychologist and 50-year fisherman Paul Quinnett, Ph.D., explores the evolutionary foundations of fishing and why so many...