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Understanding Your Bible in 15 Minutes a Day

by Daryl Aaron

An easy and enjoyable beginner's guide to the Bible, explaining where it came from, what it is about, and why it matters.


Joan Myers Brown & the Audacious Hope of the Black Ballerina

by Ananya Chatterjea, Brenda Dixon Gottschild & Robert Farris Thompson

Founder of the Philadelphia Dance Company (PHILADANCO) and the Philadelphia School of Dance Arts, Joan Myers Brown's personal and professional histories reflect both the hardships and the accomplishments of...


The Art of Life and Death: Lessons in Budo From a Ninja Master

by Sleiman Azizi, Daniel Fletcher & Masaaki Hatsumi

Budo is one of the least understood forms of art in the world. Even more than skills or techniques, the teachings of budo require faith to learn and courage to understand. One of the fundamental teachings of...


Chinese Snuff Bottles: The Adventures and Studies of a Colletor

by Lilla S. Perry

This title was originally published in print form by Tuttle Publishing in 1960

This book is not only an invaluable document for all interested in the history of Chinese art, but also a lucid and fascinating guidebook...


Modern Japanese Prints: An Art Reborn

by Oliver Statler & James A. Michener

Western art-lovers and students of the Orient have long championed the glories of traditional Japanese art. Almost unknown to the West, however, a relatively new and most active school of Japanese artists has...


Forgotten Islands of Indonesia: The Art & Culture of the Southeast Moluccas

by Nico DeJonge & Joss van Dijk

This beautiful book contains over 170 unique photographs and pictures of one of the most interesting but least well known cultures in the Indonesian Archipelago.

The traditional art of Maluku Tenggara, the Southeast...


Exciting Thailand: A Visual Journey

by Andrew Forbes & Luca Invernizzi Tettoni

Exciting Thailand was first published in print form in 1999.

By any standard Thailand is a unique and special place. Culturally diverse and visually spectacular, it is internationally renowned for the friendliness...


Exciting Malaysia: A Visual Journey

by S. L. Wong

Lying just north of the equator, Malaysia comprises Peninsular Malaysia and the states of Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo. A blend of East and West, of different lifestyles, cuisines, architectural...


Folk Arts of Japan

by Hugo Munsterberg & Soetsu Yanagi

This edition was originally published in print form by Tuttle Publishing in 1958.

The Folk Arts of Japan by Dr. Hugo Munsterberg deals with a rediscovered branch of Japanese art which, in straightfoward beauty...


The Enemy in the Household: Family Violence in Deuteronomy and Beyond

by Caryn Reeder

Explores the "family violence" passages in Deuteronomy, tracing their ancient interpretation and assessing their contemporary significance.


Glorious Mess: Encountering God's Relentless Grace for Imperfect People

by Mike Howerton

Dynamic communicator and pastor explores God's relentless love for imperfect people and how he works through them in spite of their mistakes and failures.


Red Letters: Living a Faith That Bleeds

by Tom Davis

Why is the Church so apathetic toward the HIV crisis? Would Christ remain silent? No way. It’s time for Christians to show the world God’s love by getting involved in our generation’s most pressing crisis....


Conspiracy of the Insignificant

by Patrick Regan

Patrick Regan grew up in a nice, quiet, middle-class Christian family. So he got something of a culture shock when he spent two weeks doing a mission in London at the age of 16. Having met people from violent...


Think Orange: Imagine the Impact When Church and Family Collide...

by Reggie Joiner

Think Orange encourages churches and families to rethink the way they approach ministering to children and teenagers by combining their efforts under one strategy.


Harder Than I Thought: Adventures of a Twenty-First Century Leader

by Robert Austin, Richard Nolan & Shannon O'Donnell

Meet Jim Barton, new CEO of Santa Monica Aerospace. Jim's job won't be easy: the company's hemorrhaging cash, struggling to regain investors' trust after an accounting scandal, and striving to transform its...


The Data Asset: How Smart Companies Govern Their Data for Business Success

by Tony Fisher

An indispensable guide that shows companies how to treat data as a strategic asset

Organizations set their business strategy and direction based on information that is available to executives. The Data Asset...


Cultures in Refuge: Seeking Sanctuary in Modern Australia

by Anna Hayes & Robert Mason

Questioning the manner in which the reception of sanctuary in modern Australia changes migrants' sense of belonging, this interdisciplinary volume focuses on the disjuncture between receiving sanctuary and feeling...


Scratching the Horizon

by Izzy Paskowitz & Daniel Paisner

A bitchin' love letter to sand and sea, and a spirited inside account of life with the "first family" of American surfing In 1956, Dorian "Doc" Paskowitz stepped away from a successful medical practice and...


The Calamity Papers

by Dale L. Walker

Spur Award-winning author, Dale L. Walker continues what he started in Legends and Lies, by uncovering the truth around some of the American West's most famous and infamous figures. Leaving no figure sacred...


Must Win

by Drew Jubera

Nestled amid cotton, pine, and swamps, the Deep South outpost of Valdosta, Georgia, has long drawn pilgrims from across the country to the home of the Wildcats, the winningest high school football team in America....