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Fishing on the Edge

by Brian Kamenetzky, Andrew Kamenetzky & Mike Iaconelli

With his colorful tattoos and booming hip-hop sound track, Mike Iaconelli has turned the world of big-money competitive bass fishing upside down. In Fishing on the Edge, Iaconelli tells his own story–and it’s...


Minecraft Pocket Edition

by SlamDunk Games

Minecraft Pocket Edition is a game thats sweeping the nation! Minecraft is a game that allows users from across the world to chat, build, and play with other users. Minecraft is fun for all ages! Download the...


Natural Healing for Dogs and Cats

by Diane Stein

This invaluable resource tells how to use nutrition, minerals, massage, herbs, homeopathy, acupuncture, acupressure, flower essences, and psychic healing for optimal health.

  • Meticulously researched.
  • Fully illustrated....


Golf's Greatest Championship: The 1960 U.S. Open

by Julian I. Graubart

The 1960 U.S. Open Golf Championship played at Cherry Hills Country Club in Denver, Colorado, remains perhaps the most dramatic, competitive, and passionate of all Open championships. In 1960 the young lions...


Zen Golf: Mastering the Mental Game

by Joseph Parent

The best players know that golf is a game of confidence, and most important, concentration–the ability to focus and block out distraction. The goal of achieving clear thought is also at the heart of Buddhist...


How to Shit in the Woods, 3rd Edition: An Environmentally Sound Approach to a Lost Art

by Kathleen Meyer

It’s the feisty third edition of How to Shit in the Woods, jam-packed with new information for outdoor enthusiasts of every stripe. Hailed in its first edition as “the most important environmental book of...


Starter Vegetable Gardens: 24 No-Fail Plans for Small Organic Gardens

by Barbara Pleasant

Home vegetable gardening is all the rage. Millions of Americans have picked up spade and hoe and are digging into the soil for the first time. But starting a garden isn't always simple. Many hopeful growers...


Hooked on Crochet: 20 Sassy Projects

by Candi Jensen

Hooked on Crochet offers 20 fabulous crochet projects, including hats, bags, clothing, and home accessories. If you love the look but have never crocheted, this is the book for you! First-time crocheters will...


Good Dog. Stay.

by Anna Quindlen

“The life of a good dog is like the life of a good person, only shorter and more compressed,” writes Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anna Quindlen about her beloved black Labrador retriever, Beau. With her...


Ferrets for Dummies

by Kim Schilling & Susan A. , DVM Brown

Thinking about getting a ferret? Want to make sure you’re giving the ferret you already have the best possible care? Ferrets For Dummies helps you decide whether a ferret is for you and give your little fellah...


The Good War: Why We Couldn't Win the War or the Peace in Afghanistan

by Jack Fairweather

In the earliest years of the war in Afghanistan, after the Taliban fell to an American-led coalition, the fight there appeared to be a triumph—a “good war” in comparison to the debacle in Iraq. Now, thirteen...


The Art of Scouting: How the Hockey Experts Really Watch the Game and Decide Who Makes It

by Shane Malloy & Brian Burke

The Art of Scouting delves into the secretive world of hockey prospecting, a world more akin to Cold War-era spying than a casual day in the stands. Scouts decide whether a player has the talent to make the...


Marathon and Half-Marathon: The Beginner's Guide

by Caron Marnie & The Sport Medicine Council of BC

Over 20 million Americans run recreationally, but doing it right is more than a matter of buying an expensive pair of shoes and heading for the track. Building on the popularity of The Beginning Runner’s Handbook,...


Opium for the Masses: Harvesting Nature's Best Pain Medication

by Jim Hogshire

A practical guide to growing and using poppies and other botanical wonders.


Hamsters For Dummies

by Sarah Montague

The fun and easy way to care for a cute, cuddly hamster

Hamsters are the most popular rodents kept as pets. Hamsters For Dummies helps those owners who have little or no experience caring for this small mammal....


Parakeets For Dummies

by Nikki Moustaki

Create a "home tweet home" for this colorful, lively bird

This plain-English guide helps readers find the right parakeet and offers expert advice on feathering his nest, from setting up the cage and selecting...


Becoming a Personal Trainer For Dummies

by Melyssa St. Michael & Linda Formichelli

Want to turn your passion for fitness into a lucrative career? Each year, more than 5 million Americans use personal trainers to take their workouts to the next level—and this plain-English guide shows you...


Woodworking For Dummies

by Jeff Strong

You've seen a few shows on TV, and working with wood looks like it could be quite entertaining and rewarding. After all, you get to create something that you can proudly display to your friends and family. But...


Coaching Basketball for Dummies

by The National Alliance For Youth Sports & Greg Bach

So you’re thinking about volunteering to coach youth basketball? Great! You’re in for a fun, rewarding experience. Whether you’re new to the sport and looking for some guidance or you’re a seasoned coach...


The Baseball Codes: Beanballs, Sign Stealing, and Bench-Clearing Brawls: The Unwritten Rules of America's Pastime

by Michael Duca & Jason Turbow

Everyone knows that baseball is a game of intricate regulations, but it turns out to be even more complicated than we realize. What truly governs the Major League game is a set of unwritten rules, some of which...