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The Boxer Within

by Vicki Simos

Based on true events, this story is set predominantly in Adelaide, and takes a trip down memory lane to my childhood home of Barmera in the Riverland, 222 kilometres north of Adelaide. Born in 1974 to Greek...


Strangers Arrive: Emigrés and the Arts in New Zealand, 1930-1980

by Leonard Bell

"None of us had the faintest idea where we were going [but] during 1938–39 . . . the town [Christchurch] was made strangely interesting for anyone like myself, [with the] scattered arrival of ‘the...


The Ogre

by Doug Scott

Some mountains are high; some mountains are hard. Few are both.

On the afternoon of 13 July 1977, having become the first climbers to reach the summit of the Ogre, Doug Scott and Chris Bonington began their long...


If These Walls Could Talk: Chicago Blackhawks: Stories from the Chicago Blackhawks' Ice, Locker Room, and Press Box

by Mark Lazerus & Denis Savard

Led by stars like Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Duncan Keith, and Brent Seabrook, the Chicago Blackhawks are a modern NHL powerhouse, as much a part of Chicago as the Willis Tower or The Bean at Millennium Park....


LeBron James vs. the NBA: The Case for the NBA's Greatest Player

by Brendan Bowers & Ryan Jones

Showcasing one of professional basketball's best players, this book spotlights the life and career of hardcourt superstar LeBron James. More than just a biography, it relates James' story while also establishing...


The Score of a Lifetime: 25 Years Talking Chicago Sports

by Terry Boers

For 25 years, Chicago sports fans invited Terry Boers into their homes, cars, and offices as one of the premier voices of WSCR radio. Covering the latest championships and trades, and always ready to offer up...


100 Things Mavericks Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

by Tim Cato & Mark Cuban

Most Dallas Mavericks fans have attended a game at the American Airlines Center, marveled at Dirk Nowitzki's highlight-reel plays, and remember exactly where they were when the Mavs won the NBA Championship...


100 Things Thunder Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

by Darnell Mayberry & Kendrick Perkins

Most Oklahoma City Thunder fans have taken in a game or two at the Chesapeake Energy Arena and have cheered the team on through its string of dynamic playoff appearances. But only real fans watched the debut...


MIELLS ON WHEELS: Around Australia

by Gloria Bristow-Miell

Enjoy travelling through outback Australia with Allan and Gloria - sometimes free camping off

the beaten track, discovering long-lost history in the old goldfields and meeting a few real Aussie

characters. There’s...


You Don't Own Me: How Mattel v. MGA Entertainment Exposed Barbie's Dark Side

by Orly Lobel

The battle between Mattel, the makers of the iconic Barbie doll, and MGA, the company that created the Bratz dolls, was not just a war over best-selling toys, but a war over who owns ideas.

When Carter Bryant...


Modernism and the Spiritual in Russian Art

by Louise Hardiman & Nicola Kozicharow

In 1911 Vasily Kandinsky published the first edition of ‘On the Spiritual in Art’, a landmark modernist treatise in which he sought to reframe the meaning of art and the true role of the artist. For many...


The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci

by Leonardo Da Vinci & Sbp Editors

Leonardo da Vinci—artist, inventor, and prototypical Renaissance man—is a perennial source of fascination because of his astonishing intellect and boundless curiosity about the natural and man-made world....


The Origin of Species

by Charles Darwin

The Origin of Species is the magnum opus of natural scientist Charles Darwin. In the book Darwin presents the theory that populations evolve over the course of generations through the process of natural selection....


Wood Pallet Wonders

by Becky Lamb

  • Author?s previous DIY pallet book is a strong backlist seller, averages around 75 copies a week on Bookscan
  • Wood pallet projects continue to be a hot upcycling trend in DIY
  • Includes 25 all-new tutorials including...

  • Dragon at the Edge of a Flat World

    by Joseph Keckler

    Joseph Keckler's signatures are his magnificent three-plus-octave operatic voice and the mesmerizing stories he tells. Combining original pieces with material from his acclaimed performances, Keckler confirms...


    The Bushcraft Boxed Set: Bushcraft 101; Advanced Bushcraft; The Bushcraft Field Guide to Trapping, Gathering, & Cooking in the Wild; Bushcraft First A

    by Dave Canterbury & Jason A. Hunt

    The Bushcraft Boxed Set brings together four titles from wilderness expert and New York Times bestselling author Dave Canterbury.

    The collection includes:

    Bushcraft 101: The primer to wilderness survival based...


    Spoon: A Guide to Spoon Carving and the New Wood Culture

    by Barn the Spoon

    In this fully illustrated and beautiful guide to our most functional utensil—the spoon—a master craftsman shares his life’s work: designing and carving exquisite, functional wooden spoons from branches...


    Stony Mesa Sagas

    by Chip Ward

    Pursued by a mad assassin after their arrest for chaining themselves to a mining site gate, Luna Waxwing and Hip Hop Hopi seek refuge in the remote village of Stony Mesa. Immersed in the diverse cultures and...


    Nature, Love, Medicine

    by Thomas Lowe Fleischner

    "In Nature, Love, Medicine, nearly two dozen writers, poets, scientists, and healers reflect on what loving and needing nature really means to them. Read it, and you'll be stirred to ask the same of your own...


    The Power and Politics of Art in Postrevolutionary Mexico

    by Stephanie J. Smith

    Stephanie J. Smith brings Mexican politics and art together, chronicling the turbulent relations between radical artists and the postrevolutionary Mexican state. The revolution opened space for new political...