Non-Fiction

Best Selling / Page 5877

icon Subscribe to feed

Browse

Best Selling

New Releases

Our selection

Awards

 

Category

Delete Non-Fiction

 

In category

Social science (31583)

History (25582)

Religion (25106)

Business & economics (24653)

Human Science (20069)

Nature, recreation and sports (18046)

Health & fitness (17846)

Biography & autobiography (16850)

Science and Technics (16119)

Education and Study aids (16057)

Arts (13433)

Computers (9644)

Medical (6720)

Cooking (5750)

 

Price

All

Free

Below $ 5

$ 5 - $ 10

$ 10 - $ 15

Delete Price range

From :
To :
OK

 

Language

English (243077)

French (21452)

German (8142)

Spanish (10609)

Italian (19732)

 

Protection

All (243077)

DRM Free (12232)

DRM (230654)

More options

Comfort Prayers: Prayers and Poems to Comfort, Encourage, and Inspire

by June Cotner

Thy fate is the most common fate of all. Into each life some rain must fall." --Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

This simple quote illustrates the truism that no one is immune from challenges in life. As a gift book...


Baby Buddhas: A Guide for Teaching Meditation to Children

by Lisa Desmond

Testimonials from parents describe the positive changes in their children since the start of meditation practice. Their children:

* became calmer, kinder, and more thoughtful of themselves and the world around...


50% Wool, 50% Asinine: An Argyle Sweater Collection

by Scott Hilburn

Since launching as an online feature in 2006, The Argyle Sweater has cemented its reputation as the comic strip for fans of absurd, clever humor. Now, cartoonist Scott Hilburn has collected the best of his 2009...


Stupid California: Idiots in the Golden State

by Leland Gregory

Best-selling author Leland Gregory--who has so entertainingly highlighted humanity's stupidity in the areas of crime, business, love, politics, cruelty, and history--is back with Stupid California.

This time,...


The Funniest Baseball Book Ever: The National Pastime's Greatest Quips, Quotations, Characters, Nicknames, and Pranks

by Peter Handrinos

That old baseball saying is right: It is a funny game. No other sport can compare to the national pastime's vast catalog of silly quips and quotations, unforgettable characters, memorable nicknames, and inventive...


Homeschooling: A Family's Journey

by Martine Millman

This intimate, eminently practical memoir of a successful homeschooled family of six children illuminates today’s most exciting choice in education, and shows how it works from cradle to college.

What is it...


Developing Business Intelligence Apps for Sharepoint

by David Feldman & Jason Himmelstein

Create dynamic business intelligence (BI) solutions for SharePoint faster and with more capabilities than previously possible. With this book, you’ll learn the entire process—from high-level concepts to...


Time Out Madrid

by Editors of Time Out

Famed for its wild nights and lazy days, Madrid provides a whole lot more, whether your interests lie in spectacular opera productions or chirpy folkloric zarzuela; in cutting-edge cuisine or ancient, tiled...


Empires of Trust: How Rome Built--and America Is Building--a New World

by Thomas F. Madden

An acclaimed historian offers an optimistic view of the future of the United States in the light of Roman history

Maybe the end of the American ascendancy is not upon us. Maybe the U.S. will continue to dominate...


Time Out Madrid

by Editors of Time Out

Madrid has gone from shanty town to imperial capital in the last seven centuries. The local writers of Time Out Madrid assist travelers in seeing the city as a native, suggesting where to stay, eat, shop and...


Time Out Paris

by Editors of Time Out

Time Out's resident team helps you get the best from the fascinating French capital in this annual guide. Along with detailed coverage of the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and all the other major attractions, the...


A Biological Threat Prevention Strategy: Complicating Adversary Acquisition and Misuse of Biological Agents

by Carol Kuntz, Reynolds Salerno & Eli Jacobs

A contradiction sits at the core of U.S. biological threat prevention policy. Despite the U.S. government accepting the scientific and industrial costs of a domestic biosecurity system, it has not committed...


Sweat, Blood, and Tears: What God Uses to Make a Man

by Xan Hood

Sweat, Blood, and Tears is a searingly honest coming-of-age story. It is a look at how God raises a man--a story for young men and those who love them.

 


The Amazing Book of Useless Information: More Things You Didn't Need to Know But Are About to Find Out

by Noel Botham

From the creators of the #1 New York Times bestseller The Book of Useless Information comes another fun, foolhardy and completely frivolous, fact-filled book.

The Useless Information Society's latest collection,...


Then & Now Bible Maps Pamphlet: Compare Bible Times with Modern Day

Can Beat the Market : And Other Lies From Financial Professionals

by CFP®, Dan Searles

Synopsis:

Many people don't understand the role that a financial planner performs. In language a layperson can understand, Dan Searles, CFP®, demystifies financial concepts and explains how a financial planner...


My Sanctuary: A Place I Call Home - Keepers of the Wild

by Doreen Ingram

Synopsis:

Elvis, a maneless African lion, tells the story of his life performing in a big cat show. Kept caged when not performing, Elvis and the other big cats are about to leave their cages to now roam a...


Hero Within - Rev. & Expanded  Ed.

by Carol S. Pearson

The Classic Guide, Updated for Our Contemporary World

A modern classic of Jungian psychology, The Hero Within has helped hundreds of thousands of people enrich their lives by revealing how to tap the power of...


Muhammad

by Karen Armstrong

The Man Who Inspired the World's Fastest-Growing Religion

Muhammad presents a fascinating portrait of the founder of a religion that continues to change the course of world history. Muhammad's story is more...


Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television

by Jerry Mander

A total departure from previous writing about television, this book is the first ever to advocate that the medium is not reformable. Its problems are inherent in the technology itself and are so dangerous—to...