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The Laugh Out Loud Guide: Ace the SAT Exam without Boring Yourself to Sleep!

by Charles Horn

Written for the 1.8 million students who will take the SAT this year, this relatable study guide fuses the irreverent humor of The Onion with all the preparation prowess of The Official SAT Study Guide.

Every...


The Joys of Being Italian

by Joseph Ippolito

From the very beginning, Italians have traveled. Caesar went to Britain, Marco Polo went to China, and the grandparents and great-grandparents of countless Americans came here to the United States. They weren't...


The Kabbalah: A Tradition of Hidden Knowledge

by Inc. The Book Laboratory

This beautifully illustrated book explains the Kabbalah—the mystical side of Judaism—in a way that is easy to grasp, making it an inspiration for anyone interested in the mysteries of life.


Everyone Has a Life to Live: An American Portrait

by Jerry Gay

Images that poignantly depict the human spirit, in all its glory and frailty: This is the specialty of renowned photojournalist Jerry Gay. In Everyone Has a Life to Live, Gay has insightfully captured Americans...


Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things: How to Turn a Penny into a Radio, Make a Flood Alarm with an Aspirin, Change Milk into Plastic...

by Cy Tymony

Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things is a valuable resource for transforming ordinary objects into the extraordinary. With over 80 solutions and bonus applications at your disposal, you will be ready for almost any...


The Ultimate Prize: The Stanley Cup

by Dan Diamond & James Duplacey

There is no greater reward for a hockey player than winning the Stanley Cup. The Ultimate Prize chronicles the evolution of the sport from the first recorded game played in 1875 to the 2002 Champion Detroit...


The Rule of Barbarism: Pirogue Poets Series

by Abdellatif Laabi & Andre Naffis-Sahely

Finally available in English, Le Règne de la barbarie by Abdellatif Laâbi is one of the most daring poetic visions of the second half of the twentieth century. First published in 1976 when Laabi was serving...


Time Out Madrid

by Editors of Time Out

The local writers of Time Out Madrid help travelers discover the city as a native, suggesting where to stay, eat, shop, and experience its cultural offerings. Famed for its wild nights and lazy days, Madrid...


Corrupt Practices: A Parker Stern Novel

by Robert Rotstein

A Los Angeles church, considered by some to be a powerful cult, charges Rich Baxter with embezzling millions. Rich reaches out to former colleague and star trial attorney Parker Stern to come to his defense....


The Trojan Colt: An Eli Paxton Mystery

by Mike Resnick

Hired to guard a high-priced yearling of "Trojan," a recently retired classic winner in Lexington, Kentucky, Eli Paxton is only days into the job when the yearling’s young groom goes missing.  Asked by the...


In Thunder Forged: Iron Kingdoms Chronicles

by Ari Marmell

The first novel based upon the award-winning WARMACHINE® steam-powered fantasy wargame and the world of the Iron Kingdoms® Role Playing Game is an action-packed steam-tech fantasy that combines elements of...


Dragon Mine

by Jaime Rush

One year ago, Ellie made the mistake of a lifetime: she fell in love with a man who is a bitter enemy of her people. A Red Dragon shifter, the handsome Kirin was at once forbidden - and irresistible. Now Ellie's...


Mistress Oriku: Stories from a Tokyo Teahouse

by Matsutaro Kawaguchi & Royall Tyler

Set in Meiji-era Japan, this is the story of the sensitive, compassionate and indomitable Mistress Oriku. Formerly involved in the pleasure trades of Tokyo, Mistress Oriku leaves that life behind to run an elegant...


Stranglehold

Detective Greene #4

by Robert Rotenberg

Fact or fiction? Current events in the City of Toronto echo the plot of Robert Rotenberg’s latest legal thriller Stranglehold. Everyone is saying he predicted the future for Toronto’s mayor. Read it and...


Coupon Crazy: The Science, the Savings, and the Stories Behind America's Extreme Obsession

by Mary Potter Kenyon

Coupon Crazy examines the phenomena of coupon use and the socio-cultural and socioeconomic factors that construct it, from the viewpoint of an active participant in the extreme sport of couponing.


Where Have All Our Cowboys Gone?

by Brian Jensen & Troy Aikman

In Where Have All Our Cowboys Gone?, Dallas sports broadcasting veteran Brian Jensen tracks down over 100 of the franchise's most popular players, bringing readers up to speed on their post-gridiron experiences....


Nicole's Diary: Running the World... Losing Our Marbles

by Nicole Roetheli

Two years after having linked Ushuaia (Argentina) to Fairbanks (Alaska) while covering more than 24,000 kilometers, with him running and her at the handlebars of a motorcycle, Serge and Nicole Roetheli of Valais...


The 25,000 Mile Love Story: The Epic Story of the Couple Who Sacrificed Everything to Run the World

by Serge Roetheli

The 25,000 Mile Love Story is a love storybut not a love story in the traditional sense. It is not just about a man and woman; nor is it just about a husband and wife. There are many people who can write that...


The Problem with God: Why Atheists, True Believers, and Even Agnostics Are All Wrong

by Peter Steinberger

Whether people praise, worship, criticize, or reject God, they all presuppose at least a rough notion of what it means to talk about God. Turning the certainty of this assumption on its head, a nationally-respected...


The Strange Case of the Mad Professor: A True Tale of Endangered Species, Illegal Drugs, and Attempted Murder

by Peter Kobel

It was one of the biggest scandals in New York University history. Professor John Buettner-Janusch, chair of the Anthropology Department, was convicted of manufacturing LSD and Quaaludes in his campus laboratory....