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Eat What You Kill

by Ted Scofield

In Eat What You Kill by Ted Scofield, Evan Stoess is a struggling young Wall Street analyst obsessed with fortune and fame. A trailer park kid who attended an exclusive prep school through a lucky twist of fate,...


Dyed and Gone

by Beth Yarnall

 Hairstylist Azalea March is looking forward to a wild weekend in Las Vegas with her friends. Oh, sure, they’re supposed to be there on business, attending the biggest hair show on the west coast, but that...


Drama Queens in the House

by Julie Williams

All of Jessie's world is a stage, and she's determined to become a player, in Drama Queens in the House by Julie Williams.

Sixteen-year-old Jessie Jasper Lewis doesn’t remember a time in her life when she wasn’t...


Directing Herbert White

by James Franco

Directing Herbert White is the debut poetry collection by the actor, director, and writer James Franco

I’m a nocturnal creature,

And I’m here to cheat time.

You can see time and exhaustion

Taking pay from my...


Copper Falcon

by W. Michael Gear & Kathleen O'Neal Gear

Almost a thousand years ago, the North American continent was dominated by the great civilization known as Cahokia, which ruled a wide swath of land from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. Cahokian settlements...


The Coal Black Asphalt Tomb

Berger and Mitry #10

by David Handler

The historic New England village of Dorset has actually elected a living, breathing woman as its First Selectman. And now she’s about to undertake the Historic District’s biggest public works project in...


Calculus Made Easy

by Silvanus P. Thompson & Martin Gardner

Calculus Made Easy has long been the most popular calculus primer, and this major revision of the classic math text makes the subject at hand still more comprehensible to readers of all levels. With a new introduction,...


The Burning Dark

by Adam Christopher

Adam Christopher’s dazzling first novel, Empire State, was named the Best Book of 2012 by SciFi Now magazine. Now he explores new dimensions of time and space in The Burning Dark.

Back in the day, Captain Abraham...


Berlinwalks/Four Intimate Walking Tours of Berlin's Most Historic Neighborhoods, With Maps, Photos, and a Select List of Restaurants, Hotels, and Mor

by Peter Fritzsche & Karen Hewitt

Berlin is a city that visionary architects, city planners, social revolutionaries, and ruling kaisers have all tried to reshape. As a result, it is sheathed in layers of modern history, each providing a chapter...


Basic Training

by Jon Giswold & David Morgan

A beautifully illustrated, indispensable guide for anyone embarking on a fitness program

Basic Training is an introductory guide to achieving health and fitness for men. This user-friendly source of information,...


At the Plaza

by Curtis Gathje

At The Plaza is a pictorial record and an anecdotal history of the world's most famous hotel: New York's Plaza. As a story, it traverses the breadth and scope of Gotham's high society during the American Century....


Aspen Pulp

by Patrick Hasburgh

It's off-season in Aspen, Colorado, and former TV writer turner private eye Jake Wheeler is hired to find bimbette-in-training Tinker Mellon. Using what little he's learned from The Rockford Files and other...


Anyway: Angie

by Daniel José Older

Reza's job has put her in the face of every kind of death. Thanks to her guns, her car, and her dapper style, she came through the Bad Years alive, but since losing Angie things haven't been right. Tonight's...


May the Best Engine Win (Thomas & Friends)

by W. Rev Awdry & Tommy Stubbs

Thomas has a new friend in the Yard, Emily, and she is determined to prove that she is as Really Useful as Thomas. One day, she challenges Thomas to a race. Whoever can do their jobs the fastest is the winner....


Mommy Calls Me Monkeypants

by J.D. Lester & Hiroe Nakata

This endearing book captures the sweetness and fun of mother and child interaction with a clever, funny text and illustrations that are right on the mark. J. D. Lester’ s funny nicknames come to life with...


Generating Transworld Pedagogy: Reimagining La Clase Magica

by Belinda Bustos Flores, Olga A. Vasquez & Ellen Riojas Clark

Generating Transworld Pedagogy: Reimagining La Clase Mágica forges multiple lines of theory and practice to address one of the greatest challenges in the 21st century: meeting the educational needs of an increasingly...


American Protestants and the Debate over the Vietnam War: Evil was Loose in the World

by George Bogaski

As American Protestant denominations established and adapted their positions on the Vietnam War, they used their theological commitments to shape their foreign policy perspectives. Concurrently, those positions...


The Mediation of Poverty: The News, New Media, and Politics

by Joanna Redden

The Mediation of Poverty examines the impact of digital technologies on poverty politics in Canada and the United Kingdom. As the first transnational comparison of poverty coverage, this book provides several...


Searching for Caleb

by Anne Tyler

"Magic and true, dazzling and wise...It has an astounding confidence, depth and range...A wonderful, wonderful novel."

THE BOSTON GLOBE

Duncan Peck has a fascination for randomness and is always taking his family...


On the Same Track: How Schools Can Join the Twenty-First-Century Struggle Against Resegregation

by Carol Corbett Burris

A public school principal’s account of the courageous leaders who have dismantled the tracking systems in their schools in order to desegregate classrooms

 

What would happen if a school eliminated the “tracks”...