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Word Freak: Heartbreak, Triumph, Genius, and Obsession in the World of Competitive Scrabble Players

by Stefan Fatsis

Stefan Fatsis, a former Wall Street Journal reporter and National Public Radio regular, recounts his remarkable rise through the ranks of elite Scrabble players while exploring the game's strange, potent hold...


The Possibility Dogs: What I Learned from Second-Chance Rescues About Service, Hope, and Healing

by Susannah Charleson

A uniquely personal, moving, and inspiring journey into the rapidly emerging world of psychiatric service dogs, as Susannah Charleson works as an evaluator in shelters, plucking unwanted dogs, big and small,...


The Faraway Horses: The Adventures and Wisdom of One of America's Most Renowned Horsemen

by Buck Brannaman

"I've started horses since I was 12 years old and have been bit, kicked, bucked off and run over. I've tried every physical means to contain my horse in an effort to keep from getting myself killed. I started...


The Rosetta Bone: The Key to Communication Between Humans and Canines

by Cheryl S. Smith

Far too often, we humans expect our dogs to understand what we say to them. Though we may spend a lot of time talking to them, we're really not communicating. And without proper communication, it's impossible...


The Power of Positive Horse Training: Saying Yes to Your Horse

by Sarah Blanchard

"This book is a welcome addition to the literature in the field of horse training and should be in the library of any serious, caring horseperson."

--Gincy Self Bucklin

Author of What Your Horse Wants You to Know...


The Classic Western Rider

by Donna Snyder-Smith & Dana Bauer

With a rugged yet romantic mystique, western riding is as American as the Old West, Roy Rogers, and John Wayne. Whether you're more at home on the range, exploring the trails, or competing in the show arena,...


Starting Baby JAZ: A Young Horse's Journey from Halter to Saddle

by Charles Wilhelm

"Ride your horse today for the horse you want tomorrow."

--Charles Wilhelm

Learn from renowned trainer Charles Wilhelm as he spends a year taking Jaz Poco Salsa, a yearling foundation-bred quarter horse filly,...


Pet Sitting for Profit

by Patti J. Moran & Michelle Boles

It's estimated that professional pet sitters serve a million clients annually, and demand for their services is growing rapidly. Updated and expanded for today's entrepreneurs, Pet Sitting for Profit, Third...


On the Fence: A Parent's Handbook of Horseback Riding

by Janet Barrett

Unless you're familiar with the sport, you're probably intimidated! This practical book helps you get your child off to a positive start. It answers your questions, helps you avoid common pitfalls, shows you...


More How Your Horse Wants You to Ride: Advanced Basics, the Fun Begins

by Gincy Self Bucklin

Techniques to help riders fine-tune their communication and riding skills

This follow-up to How Your Horse Wants You to Ride helps intermediate to advanced riders improve their communication with their mounts...


Making Friends: Training Your Dog Positively

by Linda Colflesh

Sensitive, user-friendly dog training that works!

A good relationship with a dog is built on realistic expectations. The better you understand your dog's unique personality and natural behavior, the sooner you...


The Athletic Development of the Dressage Horse: Manege Patterns

by Charles de Kunffy

The Howell Equestrian Library is a distinguished collection of books on all aspects of horsemanship and horsemastership. The nearly fifty books in print offer readers in all disciplines and at all levels of...


Tucson Hiking Guide

by Betty Leavengood

The definitive, bestselling guide to hiking the trails in and around Tucson, Arizona, is now completely updated and revised, providing the latest information on this ever-changing landscape.


Secret History of the Iraq War

by Yossef Bodansky

In the months leading up to March 2003, fresh from its swift and heady victory in Afghanistan, the Bush administration mobilized the United States armed forces to overthrow the government of Iraq. Eight months...


Felt Forward

by Maggie Pace

Written for anyone with basic knitting skills, this guide to making, shrinking, and using knitted felt includes 20 stylish, contemporary projects for the modern crafter. Beautiful photographs, step-by-step instructions,...


Mixed Metals

by Danielle Fox

Utilizing stringing and wireworking techniques accessible to beginners, this mixed metal jewelry guide also offers boutique-style designs that will captivate the more experienced beader. With no metalworking...


Men in Knits

by Tara Jon Manning

This collection of men’s sweater projects presents classic designs and trendy fashion-forward pieces, forgoing the stereotypical Mr. Rogers and Bill Cosby variety of sweater. Offering tips for overcoming men’s...


Chinese Kung-Fu (Kenpo): An Introduction

by William D. Scott

Let this book help you take your first step toward physical fitness, self-protection, and toward harmony within yourself and with the world around you.


All Things Paper: 20 Unique Projects from Leading Paper Crafters, Artists, and Designers

by Ann Martin

Ann Martin has searched the world over for unique and beautiful paper crafts to feature on her popular website—AllThingsPaper.net. In this book, she gathers completely new projects and shows how each is created,...


Teaching a Stone to Talk

by Annie Dillard

Here, in this compelling assembly of writings, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Dillard explores the world of natural facts and human meanings.