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Amateurs, to Arms!: A Military History of the War of 1812

by John R. Elting

Begun in ignorance of the military reality, the War of 1812 was our "most unmilitary war," fought catch-as-catch-can with raw troops, incompetent officers, and appallingly inadequate logistics. American soil...


Confessions of a Bad Beekeeper: What Not to Do When Keeping Bees (with Apologies to My Own)

by Bill Turnbull

Bill Turnbull had no intention of becoming a beekeeper. But when he saw an ad for beekeeping classes-after a swarm of bees landed in his suburban backyard-it seemed to be a sign. Despite being stung on the head-twice-at...


Ohio's Western Reserve

by Harry F. Lupold

This volume collects essays and documents from a wide selection of sources, many now out of print and difficult to locate, to provide a highly readable story of the settlement and development of the "New Connecticut"...


Neither Victor nor Vanquished: America in the War of 1812

by William Weber

In 1812, less than forty years after breaking from Britain, the United States found itself in another war with its former colonial master. Now, during the two hundredth anniversary of the War of 1812 comes Neither...


Latin America in the Post-Ch?vez Era: The Security Threat to the United States

by Luis Fleischman

Hugo Ch?vez passed away in March 2013 after a two-year battle with cancer, prompting much speculation about the impact of his death. What will a post-Ch?vez future look like, not only in Venezuela but also in...


Errors and Fouls: Inside Baseball's Ninety-Nie Most Popular Myths

by Peter Handrinos

Handrinos examines the underlying issues that affect all fans: modern game tactics, playoff formats, and baseball economies. The author's contrarian analysis and witty writing makes Errors and Fouls essential...


Strategic Thinking in 3D: A Guide for National Security, Foreign Policy, and Business Professionals

by Ross Harrison

Effective strategic thinking requires a clear understanding of oneÆs external environment. Each organization has a unique environment, but as Ross Harrison explains in Strategic Thinking in 3D, any environmentùwhether...


Getting Started in a Pharmacy Residency        

by Monica L. Miller

Getting Started in a Pharmacy Residency walks you through key steps in the residency acquisition process, including connecting with program representatives, creating application materials, taking part in the...


Spud and Chloe at the Farm

by Susan B. Anderson

A knit-and-read book: 13 farm-centric projects for the perfect homespun toys, with a bonus story.

A mother hen and her chicks (and their adorable knitted eggshells), three little piglets, and a black lamb full...


A Necessary Evil: Managing Employee Activity on Facebook, LinkedIn and the Hundreds of Other Social Media Sites

by Aliah D. Wright

Based primarily on interviews and evaluations of existing practices and policies, this book emphasizes why companies must have social media policies and why they are important in governing employee behavior....


What Is Sign Language?

by Deborah Kent

For people who are deaf, learning language is different. Many learn sign language to let people know what they are thinking or feeling. They motion with their hands, faces, and bodies to communicate. Learn the...


What Is Braille?

by Deborah Kent

Many people who are blind learn Braille in order to read. This innovative code allows them to read everything from popular books to maps and signs as well as write their own books. Learn the history of Braille,...


What Is It Like to Be Deaf?

by Deborah Kent

The world is quieter if you are deaf. What is that like? How do people who are deaf or hard of hearing communicate? How do videophones work? Learn all about sign language, hearing aids, and the latest technology...


What Is It Like to Be Blind?

by Deborah Kent

People who are blind learn ways to use their senses of touch and hearing in order to sense the world around them. Read about the tools they use, including canes and seeing eye dogs, to travel and to be independent....


I Like Beagles!

by Linda Bozzo

Beagles were born to hunt! They are friendly and playful dogs that make great pets. Learn how to care for your beagle. Read about grooming, feeding, vet checkups, and more.


I Like Mixed-Breed Dogs!

by Linda Bozzo

Mixed-breed dogs are special pets. Each one is different. But they all need love. Learn how to care for your mixed-breed dog. Read about grooming, feeding, vet checkups, and more.


I Like Collies!

by Linda Bozzo

Collies are friendly and smart dogs that make great pets. Some have short hair. Some have long hair. But they all need love. Learn how to care for your collie. Read about grooming, feeding, vet checkups, and...


That's What She Said: Women Reveal What Men Really Need to Know

by T. J. Jefferson

The book was called Everything Men Understand About Women.

Upon opening it, the reader found 100 blank pages. Get it?

Very funny. But it gave T. J. Jefferson an idea. If men know nothing about the fairer sex,...


I Like Labrador Retrievers!

by Linda Bozzo

Labrador retrievers are friendly and full of energy. They like to work and play. They are easy to train. Many guide dogs are labs. Learn how to care for your Labrador retriever. Read about grooming, feeding,...


I Like German Shepherds!

by Linda Bozzo

German shepherds are brave and smart. They make good guard dogs and police dogs. They love to work and play. Learn how to care for your German shepherd. Read about grooming, feeding, vet checkups, and more.