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The First Idea: How Symbols, Language, and Intelligence Evolved from Our Primate Ancestors to Modern Humans

by Stanley I. Greenspan & Stuart Shanker

In the childhood of every human being and at the dawn of human history there is an amazing and, until now, unexplained leap from simple genetically programmed behavior to language, symbolic thinking, and culture....

Indestructible: The Unforgettable Story of a Marine Hero at the Battle of Iwo Jima

by Jack Lucas & D. K. Drum

This is a hard-hitting and unforgettable memoir of Jack Lucas, the youngest Medal of Honor recipient of the twentieth century

From Boys to Men: Gay Men Write About Growing Up

by Ted Gideonse & Rob Williams

More than an anthology of coming out stories, From Boys to Men is a stunning collection of essays about what it is like to be gay and young, to be different and be aware of that difference from the earliest...

Good Parenting Through Your Divorce: The Essential Guidebook to Helping Your Children Adjust and Thrive Based on the Leading National Pro

by Mary Ellen Hannibal

Divorce has become a way of life. One million couples dissolve their unions every year, profoundly affecting millions of children. While divorce can have many negative consequences, it need not be a disaster...

All God's Children

by Rene Denfeld

How one violent pack of street youth terrorized Portland, Oregon, and how their frightening— and fascinating—subculture has swept unnoticed across America

The Strange Case of Hellish Nell: The Story of Helen Duncan and the Witch Trial of World War II

by Nina Shandler

The fascinating story of Britain's World War II witchcraft trial of Helen Duncan, the grandmother who conducted séances, and had a knack for revealing military secrets

How to Do Everything: Ubuntu Linux

by Jeffrey T. Orloff

  • Covers the Ubuntu 8.04 distribution, Hardy Heron
  • Dell currently sells consumer computers with Ubuntu Linux pre-loaded

Being Sugar Ray: Sugar Ray Robinson, America's Greatest Boxer and First Celebrity Athlete

by Kenneth Shropshire

A biography of Sugar Ray Robinson and an intellectual expedition into the culture of celebrity in sports

To Die Well: Your Right to Comfort, Calm, and Choice in the Last Days of Life

by Sidney Wanzer & Joseph Glenmullen

When should futile medical treatment be stopped? When and how can death be hastened? How can each of us keep control of these decisions?

Lonely Avenue: The Unlikely Life and Times of Doc Pomus

by Alex Halberstadt

The only biography of the colorful and legendary songwriter of such enduring hits as “Lonely Avenue,” “Save the Last Dance for Me,” and “Viva Las Vegas”

The Call of the Weird: Encounters with Survivalists, Porn Stars, Alien Killers, and Ike Turner

by Louis Theroux

No, it doesn’t get any weirder than this: Thor Templar, Lord Commander of the Earth Protectorate, who claims to have killed ten aliens. Or April, the Neo-Nazi bringing up her twin daughters Lamb and Lynx (A.K.A....

The Alamo And The Texas War For Independence

by Alber A. Nofi

Reissued on the 165th anniversary of the War: A strategic examination of one of America's most dramatic battles

The Secret Life of the Seine

by Mort Rosenblum

From the author of A Goose in Toulouse, the lush and personal tale of a journey along the Seine, guiding the reader through history and the heart of France

After Suicide: A Ray Of Hope For Those Left Behind

by E. Betsy Ross

"An extraordinary book that is a must for all people who have suffered or those who wish to support and counsel the bereaved." -Ari Kiev, M.D., J.D., author of A Strategy for Daily Living

Unsinkable: The Full Story Of The Rms Titanic

by Daniel Butler

First time in paperback: A New York Times best seller and "a masterful treatment of the Titanic disaster"-Walter Lord, author of A Night to Remember

Trieste And The Meaning Of Nowhere

by Jan Morris

A homage to the city of Trieste, rich with history and tinged with the melancholy of remembrance. "Morris at the peak of her form." -The Atlantic Monthly

The Gladiator: The Secret History Of Rome's Warrior Slaves

by Alan Baker

Take "a lively, voyeuristic glimpse into the ancient world" of the gladiator (Publishers Weekly)

Garcia: A Signpost To New Space

by Jerry Garcia, Charles Reich & Jann Wenner

The reissue of a cult classic--with an extraordinarily engaging and intelligent ramble with one of the most lively and original minds of our time.

Conquering Postpartum Depression: A Proven Plan For Recovery

by Ronald Rosenberg, Deborah Greening & James Windell

A groundbreaking, multidisciplinary approach to understanding, treating, and overcoming postpartum depression

Every Little Thing Gonna Be Alright: The Bob Marley Reader

by Hank Bordowitz

A gathering of stellar writings on the life, legend, music, and meaning of Bob Marley, international voice of dissent and freedom