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Beef, Brush, and Bobwhites: Quail Management in Cattle Country

by Fred S. Guthery, Fidel Hernández & Wyman Meinzer

In this completely revised Texas A&M University Press edition, Guthery and coauthor Fidel Hernández have breathed new life into a classic work that for more than twenty years has been teaching biologists, managers,...


Connecting with South Africa: Cultural Communication and Understanding

by Astrid Berg & David H. Rosen

Available electronically in an open-access, full-text edition from the Texas A&M University Libraries' Digital Repository at  http : / /hdl .handle .net /1969 .1 /146845.

Child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst...


Clovis Lithic Technology: Investigation of a Stratified Workshop at the Gault Site, Texas

by Michael R. Waters, Charlotte D. Pevny & David L. Carlson

Some 13,000 years ago, humans were drawn repeatedly to a small valley in what is now Central Texas, near the banks of Buttermilk Creek. These early hunter-gatherers camped, collected stone, and shaped it into...


From the Yenisei to the Yukon: Interpreting Lithic Assemblage Variability in Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene Beringia

by Ian Buvit, Ted Goebel & Norman A. Easton

Who were the first people who came to the land bridge joining northeastern Asia to Alaska and the northwest of North America? Where did they come from? How did they organize technology, especially in the context...


Misadventures of a Civil War Submarine: Iron, Guns, and Pearls

by James P. Delgado

In 2001, while vacationing on Panama’s Pacific coast, maritime archaeologist James P. Delgado came upon the hulk of a mysterious iron vessel, revealed by the ebbing tides in a small cove at Isla San Telmo....


Rodeo Austin: Blue Ribbons, Buckin' Broncs, and Big Dreams

by Liz Carmack & Bucky Lamb

Who would have dreamed that a one-day calf show would evolve into a top-five professional rodeo that raises millions of dollars for education? From its beginnings as a tiny 4-H event to its current role as one...


The Living Waters of Texas

by Ken W. Kramer & Charles Kruvand

In ten impassioned essays, veteran Texas environmental advocates and conservation professionals step outside their roles as lawyers, lobbyists, administrators, consultants, and researchers to write about water....


Doug Welsh's Texas Garden Almanac

by Douglas F. Welsh & Aletha St. Romain

Think of Doug Welsh’s Texas Garden Almanac as a giant monthly calendar for the entire state—a practical, information-packed, month-by-month guide for gardeners and “yardeners.” This book provides everything...


The Man Who Thought like a Ship

by Loren C. Steffy

J. Richard “Dick” Steffy stood inside the limestone hall of the Crusader castle in Cyprus and looked at the wood fragments arrayed before him. They were old beyond belief. For more than two millennia they...


Letters to Alice: Birth of the Kleberg-King Ranch Dynasty

by Frances Brannen Vick, Jane Clements Monday & Thomas H. Kreneck

In the summer of 1881, Robert Justus Kleberg rode across the hot, dusty South Texas brush country to the palatial home of Capt. Richard King to consult with the cattle baron about attending to his legal affairs....


The Eastern Path to Heaven: A Guide to Happiness from the Teachings of Jesus in Tibet

by Christie McNally & Michael Roach

Describes how we can use authentic Christian teachings of ancient Asia to achieve six goals of life: physical health; financial security; love; happiness; freedom from aging and death; and fulfilment in the...


Episcopal Haiku

by Sarah Goodyear & Ed Weissman

Episcopal Haiku will delight Episcopalians with its humor and universally recognizable situations.


Glider Infantryman: Behind Enemy Lines in World War II

by Donald J. Rich & Kevin William Brooks

A member of the famed Screaming Eagles of the 101st Airborne Division, Donald J. Rich went ashore on D-Day at Utah Beach, was wounded in the bloody conflict at Carentan, landed in a flimsy plywood-and-canvas...


Yum-Yum Bento Box: Fresh Recipes for Adorable Lunches

by Crystal Watanabe & Maki Ogawa

Oh, boy—obento! These yummy, healthy lunches are all the rage in Japan, where mothers create them as expressions of love for their children. With Yum-Yum Bento Box, Crystal Watanabe and Maki Ogawa devote an...


The Baby Owner's Manual: Operating Instructions, Trouble-Shooting Tips, and Advice on First-Year Maintenance

by Louis, M.D. Borgenicht & Joe Borgenicht

At Last! A Beginner's Guide to Newborn Baby Technology

You've programmed your DVR, you’ve installed a wireless Internet connection, you can even check Facebook on your cell phone. But none of this experience...


Releasing the Creative Spirit

by Dan Wakefield Dan Wakefield

This fresh exploration of the creative spirit includes hands-on exercises to help you unlock your creative powers, inviting you to experience the artistic grace and pleasure that can exist in our everyday lives....


Desert Fathers and Mothers: Early Christian Wisdom Sayings Annotated & Explained

by Christine Va Christine Valters Paintner

The desert fathers and mothers were ordinary Christians living in solitude in the deserts of Egypt, Palestine, Syria and Arabia who chose to renounce the world in order to deliberately and individually follow...


The Woman from Hamburg: and Other True Stories

by Hanna Krall

In twelve nonfiction tales, Hanna Krall reveals how the lives of World War II survivors are shaped in surprising ways by the twists and turns of historical events. A paralytic Jewish woman starts walking after...


Putnam Camp: Sigmund Freud, James Jackson Putnam and the Purpose of American Psychology

by George Prochnik

Winner of the 2007 Gradiva Award

An innovative work of biography that traces the lasting impact of the friendship between Sigmund Freud and pioneering American psychologist James Jackson Putnam.

In 1909 Sigmund...


Monsieur Proust's Library

by Anka Muhlstein

Reading was so important to Marcel Proust that it sometimes seems he was unable to create a personage without a book in hand. Everybody in his work reads: servants and masters, children and parents, artists...