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Death Wish

by Chris Sorrentino & Sean Howe

Deep Focus is a series of film books with a fresh approach. Take the smartest, liveliest writers in contemporary letters and let them loose on the most vital and popular corners of cinema history: midnight movies,...


Renewal Coaching: Sustainable Change for Individuals and Organizations

by Douglas B. Reeves

Renewal Coaching provides a series of personal assessments that will guide individuals and teams through the seven stages of renewal. Each assessment includes both survey and narrative responses, and readers...


Ecomysticism: The Profound Experience of Nature as Spiritual Guide

by Carl von Essen, M.D.

Many have been struck by a majestic moment in nature--a sole illuminated flower in a shady grove, an owl swooping silently across a wooded path, or an infinitely starry sky--and found themselves in a state of...


Survivors of Atlantis: Their Impact on World Culture

by Frank Joseph

Archaeologists have long puzzled over the evidence suggesting highly sophisticated copper mining activity took place in the area of the North American Great Lakes some five thousand years ago. Menomonie Indian...


Gaia and Tityas: What Homo Sapiens Have Done

by Denis Frith

Synopsis: Gaia is the gigantic organism that has evolved on Planet Earth. It is the mountains, plains, forests, grasslands, deserts and rivers. It is the climate and ocean currents. It hosts the creatures that...


Cuba Lost and Found

by Edward J. Neyra

From 1990 to 2000, the Hispanic population increased nearly 60 percent and is one of the nation's largest minority group In 1962, eleven-year-old Edward Neyra left his homeland of Cuba as part of a secret operation...


Surgical Solutions for Conductive Hearing Loss

by Mirko Tos

In this book the best surgical solutions for conductive hearing loss due to ossicular fixations are thoroughly described and discussed. The first section covers thympanosclerosis, collating all knowledge on...


World Bank Group Impact Evaluations: Relevance and Effectiveness

by The World Bank

Impact evaluation has grown more popular as a method for identifying the causal links between interventions and outcomes. These kind of evaluations assess changes that can be attributed to a particular intervention....


The New Microfinance Handbook: A Financial Market System Perspective

by Joanna Ledgerwood & Julie Earne

The New Microfinance Handbook takes a market systems approach to financial inclusion, oriented by client needs. Framing the book with the client as the central element recognizes the emerging awareness that...


We Love to Sew: 28 Pretty Things to Make: Jewelry, Headbands, Softies, T-shirts, Pillows, Bags & More

by Annabel Wrigley

Inspire a child to start sewing with this how-to book We Love To Sew by Annabel Wrigley of the popular Little Pincushion Studio. Featuring a collection of 28 imaginative projects specifically designed for girls...


ESPN: The Uncensored History

by Michael Freeman

ESPN: The Uncensored History is the first book to provide a critical analysis of the 20-year history of Americas original and largest sports network. Through information gleaned from internal documents, police...


Unsolved Texas Mysteries

by Wallace O. Chariton, Kevin Young & Charlie Eckhardt

For about as long as there has been a Texas there have been Texas mysteries, and many of them remain unsolved. What happened to the documents captured in the Alamo? Does a ghost actually haunt the state capitol...


Gender in African Prehistory

by Susan Kent

Gender in African Prehistory provides methods and theories for delineating and discussing prehistoric gender relations and their change through time. Sites studied range from Egypt to South Africa and Ghana...


Poetics of the Incarnation: Middle English Writing and the Leap of Love

by Cristina Maria Cervone

Poetics of the Incarnation examines fourteenth-century writers whose poetry and narrative explore the intellectual implications of the hypostatic union. The Incarnation inspired a working-through of the philosophical...


An Age of Infidels: The Politics of Religious Controversy in the Early United States

by Eric R. Schlereth

Eric R. Schlereth places religious conflicts between deists and their opponents at the center of early American public life. This history recasts the origins of cultural politics in the United States by exploring...


The Jet Sex: Airline Stewardesses and the Making of an American Icon

by Victoria Vantoch

Victoria Vantoch takes us on a fascinating journey into the golden era of air travel. The Jet Sex explores the much-mythologized stewardess within the context of the Cold War, globalization, and the emerging...


Healing Secular Life: Loss and Devotion in Modern Turkey

by Christopher Dole

Anthropologist Christopher Dole investigates the controversial position of religious healing in modern Turkey, demonstrating that the authority of the religious healer is deeply embedded within Turkey's history...


My First Kitty

by Mandy Wood

My First Kitty is designed to help children understand the responsibilities and expectation of having a kitty. Every parent can use this tool to help their child feel prepared for and take care of their new...


The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

by L. Frank Baum

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, timeless childrens classic by L. Frank Baum now available with incredible illustrations by Christian J. Meesey.


The Hero Schliemann: The Dreamer Who Dug for Troy

by Laura Amy Schlitz & Robert Byrd

Archaeologist? Mythmaker? Crook? This engaging, illustrated biography of Heinrich Schliemann - a nineteenth-century romantic who most believe did find the ancient city of Troy - reveals him to be a fascinating...