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Lives and Motors

by Andrea Bonardi

Twelve unpublished short stories inspired be the historical engineering that recount the passion for cars of the past. The independence of three girls in Turin at the end of the 50s with a Fiat 500, a Beetle...

Francesco Allegrini: Drawings

by Maria Peitcheva

Francesco Allegrini was the son of the painter Flaminio Allegrini, who is documented as working in Rome between 1625 and 1635. Francesco was mostly active in Rome in the middle of the 17th century. He is thought...

Francesco Guardi: Drawings

by Maria Peitcheva

Francesco Lazzaro Guardi (1712 – 1793) was a Venetian painter of veduta (a highly detailed, usually large-scale painting or, actually more often print, of a cityscape or some other vista), a member of the...

Halfway Home: The Story of a Father and Son Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail

by Donald Reavis & Quentin Reavis

It’s just a trail.  2660 miles of dirt, sand, gravel, granite, lava and pine needles.  It cares not who treads on its ever changing surface.  Its very existence depends on the footsteps of those who navigate...

The laws of luck

by Richard A. Proctor

To the student of science, accustomed to recognise the operation of law in all phenomena, even though the nature of the law and the manner of its operation may be unknown, there is something strange in the prevalent...

Gardeners' World: First Time Veg Grower

by Martyn Cox

When it comes to fresh vegetables, nothing comes close to growing your own - but where to start? For those of us that crave the crisp taste of home-grown tomatoes, peppers, courgettes and more but lack the crucial...

George Clausen: Drawings

by Maria Peitcheva

Sir George Clausen (1852 – 1944), was an English artist working in oil and watercolour, etching, mezzotint, dry point and occasionally lithographs. He was born in London on 18 April 1852, the son of a Danish...

The Greatest Hunting Stories Ever Told: Classic Tales of Hunting Grizzly, Moose, Cape Buffalo, and Much More

by Vin T. Sparano

Experience all the thrills and dangers of hunting big game as told by writers who experienced them first-hand.

Elephant. Bear. Moose. Rhinoceros. Buffalo. Lion. Since prehistoric times man has hunted. An elemental...

Thoreau on Nature: Sage Words on Finding Harmony with the Natural World

by Henry David Thoreau & Nick Lyons

“How important is a constant intercourse with nature and the contemplation of natural phenomena to the preservation of moral and intellectual health!” —Henry David Thoreau

Since his death in 1862, Henry David...

Outdoor Chronicles: True Tales of a Lifetime of Hunting and Fishing

by Jerry Hamza & Joseph B. Healy

We hold a great affection for the deep tradition of American storytelling. The ability to spin a yarn that can hold our attention and provide a gentle direction for life is something that has been with us for...


by Jeanne Marie Laskas

Soon to be a major motion picture starring Will Smith, Concussion is the riveting, unlikely story of Dr. Bennet Omalu, the pathologist who made one of the most significant medical discoveries of the twenty-first...

Felines of New York: A Glimpse Into the Lives of New York's Feline Inhabitants

by Jim Tews

Featuring more than 100 photos and quotes from cats in America’s most glamorous city, Felines of New York exposes the furry underbelly of New York City’s most glamorous, self-important residents.

Where the...

Bargello Quilts & Beyond

by Annie's

Bargello Quilts & Beyond explores creative possibilities with a traditional concept. Now quilters can experience with ease the construction for a Bargello without the fear of the unknown. This book explains...

Bird Watching

by Edmund Selous

If life is, as some hold it to be, a vast melancholy ocean over which ships more or less sorrow-laden continually pass and ply, yet there lie here and there upon it isles of consolation on to which we may step...

Broad Sword and Single Stick

by Headley & Phillipps Wolley

The favour with which my little brochure on boxing has been received induces me to put together a few ideas on the subject of attack and defence with weapons other than those with which nature has endowed us....

Are We Running Out? : The Sustainability of the World's Resources

by Ingrid Bryan

Do we have the resources to produce enough food for an expected world population of over 9 billion in 2050? Are modern agricultural practices sustainable? Do we have enough fresh water? What do we understand...

Yogi Berra: Eternal Yankee

by Allen Barra

“Allen Barra brings a legendary figure from the true golden age of baseball to life.”—Bob Costas Yogi Berra is one of the most popular former athletes in American history, and the most quoted American...

The Last Coach: A Life of Paul "Bear" Bryant

by Allen Barra

The explosive biography of the greatest college football coach in history. When Paul William "Bear" Bryant died on January 26, 1983, it was the lead story on the all three networks' evening news. New York City...

Swimming With The Devilfish

by Des Wilson

Dave "The Devilfish" Ulliott has taken the poker world by storm since beginning to play at the age of 16. A world-class player, he is one of the most feared players on the ever-burgeoning global poker circuit....

Houston Cougars in the 1960s: Death Threats, the Veer Offense, and the Game of the Century

by Robert D. Jacobus

On January 20, 1968, the University of Houston Cougars upset the UCLA Bruins, ending a 47-game winning streak. Billed as the “Game of the Century,” the defeat of the UCLA hoopsters was witnessed by 52,693...