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Poems That Touch the Heart

by A.L. Alexander

With over 650,000 copies in print, Poems That Touch The Heart is America's most popular collection of inspirational verse.

From the Hardcover edition.


Julie and Romeo: A Novel

by Jeanne Ray

A deliciously funny and wickedly sexy novel of love found (finally!) and love threatened (inevitably) by the families who claim to love us best. Romeo Cacciamani and Julie Roseman are rival florists in Boston,...


Eat Cake: A Novel

by Jeanne Ray

Ruth loves to bake cakes. When she is alone, she dreams up variations on recipes. When she meditates, she imagines herself in the warm, comforting center of a gigantic bundt cake. If there is a crisis, she bakes...


Step-Ball-Change: A Novel

by Jeanne Ray

With a ringing phone, Jeanne Ray’s charming and amusing new novel gets off to a rollicking start that never lets up. Not for a minute. On the other end of the phone is Caroline’s daughter, Kay, a public...


The Art of the Long View

by Peter Schwartz

What increasingly affects all of us, whether professional planners or individuals preparing for a better future, is not the tangibles of life—bottom-line numbers, for instance—but the intangibles: our hopes...


Why We Get Sick: The New Science of Darwinian Medicine

by Randolph M. Nesse & George C. Williams

The answers are in this groundbreaking book by two founders of the emerging science of Darwinian medicine, who deftly synthesize the latest research on disorders ranging from allergies to Alzheimer's and from...


Ordinary Resurrections: Children in the Years of Hope

by Jonathan Kozol

In a stirring departure from his earlier work, Jonathan Kozol has written his most personal and hopeful book to date, an energized and unexpected answer to the bleakness of Death at an Early Age, the prize-winning...


Particles and Luck

by Louis B. Jones

Mark Perdue and Roger Hoberman have nothing in common—except the joy of adjoining yards. Mark is a whiz-kid physicist who knows that his “genius” stature and his endowed chair at Berkeley are bits of dumb...


Jacqueline Susann's Shadow of the Dolls

by Rae Lawrence

Valley of the Dolls was sexy, shocking, and unrelenting in its revelations of the dangers facing women who dare to chase their most glamorous dreams. It shot to the top of the bestseller lists in 1966 and made...


The Ladies Farm

by Viqui Litman

Steel Magnolias meets The First Wives Club in a touching and hilarious novel of friendship, love, sex, dreams, and good hair.

After you've raised the kids, been widowed or divorced once or twice, or even if --...


Another City, Not My Own

by Dominick Dunne

This is the story of the Trial of the Century as only Dominick Dunne can write it. Told from the point of view of one of Dunne's most familiar fictional characters-Gus Bailey-Another City, Not My Own tells how...


Poor People's Movements: Why They Succeed, How They Fail

by Frances Fox Piven & Richard Cloward

Have the poor fared best by participating in conventional electoral politics or by engaging in mass defiance and disruption? The authors of the classic Regulating The Poor assess the successes and failures of...


Regulating the Poor: The Functions of Public Welfare

by Frances Fox Piven & Richard Cloward

Piven and Cloward have updated their classic work on the history and function of welfare to cover the American welfare state's massive erosion during the Reagan, Bush, and Clinton years. The authors present...


Play Therapy

by Virginia M. Axline

"The most brilliant and intuitive, as well as the clearest written, work in this field. It is unpretentious yet clearly the most authoritative work that has been published."

NORMAN CAMERON, Ph.D.

Professor of...


Raise the Roof

by Pat Summitt

"It wasn't a team.  It was a tent revival."

So says Pat Summitt, the legendary coach whose Tennessee Lady Vols entered the 1997-98 season aiming for an almost unprecedented "three-peat" of NCAA championships.  ...


Parenting with Purpose and Grace: Wisdom for Responding to Your Child's Deepest Needs

by Alice Fryling

Learning to Love Your Children Well

The challenges of parenting can sometimes feel overwhelming. What do we do when we run out of patience? How do we handle our anger when it seems to be getting the best of us?...


The Laughing Sutra

by Mark Salzman

Iron & Silk, Mark Salzman's bestselling account of his adventures as an English teacher and martial arts student in China, introduced a writer of enormous charm and keen insight into the cultural chasm between...


The Chateau

by William Maxwell

It is 1948 and a young American couple arrive in France for a holiday, full of anticipation and enthusiasm. But the countryside and people are war-battered, and their reception at the Chateau Beaumesnil is not...


American Language Supplement 1

by H.L. Mencken

Perhaps the first truly important book about the divergence of American English from its British roots, this survey of the language as it was spoken-and as it was changing-at the beginning of the 20th century...


Nothing but Gossip

by Marne Davis Kellogg

In her cashmere sweater, suede pumps, and pearls, Lilly Bennett hardly looks like a hard-boiled private detective. But Lilly, a federal marshal and part-time P.I., has a sharp eye for shady doings among the...