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Don't Lean out of the Window! A European Misadventure

by Stewart Ferris & Paul Bassett

When the authors bought their Inter-Rail tickets, those magic passports to a month's unlimited rail travel in Europe, they had no idea that they would soon tear through more than a country a day, constantly...

Chloe the Jumbo Jet: A Problem of Olympic Proportions

by Ciandress Jackson

In this introductory edition to the Chloe the Jumbo Jet Book Series, Chloe and pals go on their first mission as new jumbo jets at Wheels Up International Airport. Travel across the pond with Chloe and friends...

Pacific Crest Trail: Oregon and Washington

by Jeffrey P. Schaffer & Andy Selters

The 2650-mile Pacific Crest Trail, adopted by Congress as a National Scenic Trail, passes through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the United States. Hiking along this ridge-crest route, you’ll see...

One Best Hike: Mount Rainier's Wonderland Trail

by Doug Lorain

This is the only comprehensive guide dedicated to this one classic trail. All alternate routes are also described (unlike the more general mentions in books that include other trails as well). Hikers will learn...

Five-Star Trails: Orlando: Your Guide to the Area's Most Beautiful Hikes

by Sandra Friend

Five-Star Trails: Orlando is a handy guide for area residents, vacationers seeking outdoor fun, and for business travelers with a free afternoon. With a diverse collection of hiking routes, the book offers choices...

Day and Section Hikes Pacific Crest Trail: Oregon

by Paul Gerald

The Pacific Crest Trail was designated as one of the first National Scenic Trails way back in 1968. As it traverses the “high road” from Mexico to Canada, incredible views are not only commonplace but also...

You Might Be from Saskatchewan If . . .

by Carson Demmans & Jason Sylvestre

A delightful romp through one of Canada’s most beloved provinces, this illustrated collection of geographical quips, barbs, and jokes takes an intimate look at what it’s like to be from Saskatchewan. Perfect...

"Then Landry Said to Staubach. . .": The Best Dallas Cowboys Stories Ever Told

by Mark Stallard, Walt Garrison & Cornell Green

Written for every sports fan who follows the Cowboys, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the players, coaches, and decision makers—all while eavesdropping on their personal...

"Then Levy Said to Kelly. . .": The Best Buffalo Bills Stories Ever Told

by Jim Gehman

Written for every sports fan who follows the Bills, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the players, coaches, and decision makers—all while eavesdropping on their personal...

"Then Roy Said to Mickey. . .": The Best Yankees Stories Ever Told

by Roy White & Darrell Berger

Written for every sports fan who follows the Yankees, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the players, coaches, and decision makers—all while eavesdropping on their personal...

Marlins Cry A Phishing Story

by Casey Swann

Marlins Cry A Phishing Story, The Digital Damnation of Civilized Society, is a gripping novel exposing the potent potential of peril for individuals, caused by spyware on a single phone, and for a society, through...

How to Live and Die with Texas Probate

by Charles A. Saunders

With contributions from more than two dozen of Texas' finest attorneys, the book was prepared under the direction of the Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. Topics include:...

Texas Highway Humor

by Wallace O. Chariton

In the beginning, it was happy trails. Then someone invented the horseless carriage and things haven't been the same since. As ribbons of concrete spread over the horse trails, so did the fun and frustration.This...

How to Make a Living in Paradise: Southeast Asia Edition

by Philip Wylie

Are you seeking a richer quality of life? The tips and guidance herein - backed by authoritative case studies and contact directory - are bound to save thousands of dollars and countless hours of research. This...

Atomic Sushi

by Simon May

As the first British professor of philosophy since 1882 to be invited to teach at the prestigious and enigmatic University of Tokyo, Simon May enjoyed a degree of access denied to other commentators. Each chapter...

Tigers Confidential: The Untold Inside Story of the 2008 Season

by Andy Van Slyke & Jim Hawkins

Former MLB All-Star and Gold Glove winner Andy Van Slyke, now the first-base coach of the Detroit Tigers, takes you into the dugout, the clubhouse, and onto the field throughout the 2008 season to give you a...

On Mexican Time: A New Life in San Miguel

by Tony Cohan

An American writer and his wife find a new home—and a new lease on life—in the charming sixteenth-century hill town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

When Los Angeles novelist Tony Cohan and his artist wife,...

Peeing in the Bush: The Misadventures of Two Asian Girls in Zambia

by Adeline Loh

When Adeline Loh could no longer endure the zombie training camp that is the office, she did what any sensible person would do: flee Malaysia with her paranoid vegetarian companion Chan to explore the lion-infested...

How to Start and Operate Your Own Bed-and-Breakfast

by Martha W. Murphy & Amelia R. Seton

Down to earth advice from an award-winning B&B owner. Illustrated with charming line drawings and lightened by real-life anecdotes, this is an easily accessible guide to an ever growing small-business niche....

An Area of Darkness

by V.S. Naipaul

A classic of modern travel writing, An Area of Darkness is Nobel laureate V. S. Naipaul’s profound reckoning with his ancestral homeland and an extraordinarily perceptive chronicle of his first encounter with...