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Rebound!

by Michael Connelly

In the mid-1970s, the city of Boston entered a period of upheaval on both its historic cobblestone streets and its legendary parquet basketball court. The Boston Celtics’ long dominance of the NBA came to...


A Grain of Sand: Nature's Secret Wonder

by Gary Greenberg & Stacy Keach

"To see a world in a grain of sand, And a heaven in a wild flower. To hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And eternity in an hour."

William Blake, "Auguries of Innocence" 1805

Here is the world viewed within...


Everything I Know About Life I Learned From My Horse

by Gwen Petersen

Gwen Petersen earlier enlightened us on the joys of shoveling manure. Now, in this delightful new collection of pithy and hilarious essays, she explains how her philosophy of life comes with a good dose of horse...


The Field Guide to Cattle

by Valerie Porter & Lynn Stone

The first full-color, illustrated pocket guide to North American cattle, this handy book profiles more than 60 breeds of beef, dairy, and draft cattle. Whether you are farming 50 head of cattle or raising one...


Railroads Across North America: An Illustrated History

by Claude Wiatrowski

From the first steam-powered locomotives of the early nineteenth century to the high-speed commuter trains of today, the American railroad has been a great engine powering the nations growth and industry.

This...


Knitting America

by Susan M. Strawn & Melanie Falick

“Susan has placed the history of knitting within the context of American history, so we can clearly see how knitting is intertwined with such subjects as geography, migration, politics, economics, female emancipation,...


Queen

by Phil Sutcliffe

Queen was renowned for electrifying performances, envied for rumors of rock excess, and beloved for music that melded an array of genres. Now available in a nicely priced paperback edition comes the first history...


365

by Noah Scalin

The concept of Noah Scalin’s "365 method" is simple but inspired: Choose a theme or medium, then make something every day for a year. Noah made 365 skull-themed projects . . . now he invites you to choose...


Modern Knits, Vintage Style

by Kari Cornell & Jennifer Simonson

Here are more than 20 new, retro-inspired patterns for sweaters, skirts, scarves, capelets, hats, gloves, and socks from well-known designers such as Lily Chin, Teva Durham, Annie Modesitt, Michele Orne, Anna...


The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones

by Jim Derogatis & Greg Kot

Two of the world’s preeminent music journalists tackle the liveliest debate in rock history: which band is the greatest ever—the Beatles or the Rolling Stones? More than two dozen topics of debate are addressed,...


So Terrible a Storm

by Curt Brown

“Not since Sebastian Junger in The Perfect Storm has a writer captured so well the fury of the seas as Curt Brown.” —The Maritime Executive Through masterful research and elegant prose, Curt Brown traces...


Ghost Towns of Route 66

by Jim Hinckley & Kerrick James

Ghost towns lie all along the Mother Road. The quintessential boom-and-bust highway of the American West, Route 66 once hosted a thriving array of boomtowns built around oil mines, railroad stops, cattle ranches,...


Lighthouses of the Mid-Atlantic Coast

by Elinor DeWire & Paul Eric Johnson

Interest in the history and preservation of lighthouses has never been stronger. Lighthouses of the Mid-Atlantic Coast details the history of lighthouses and much more, and shows why these structures continue...


Billy F Gibbons

by Billy F Gibbons & Tom Vickers

Now available in paperback, Billy F Gibbons throws wide his garage and studio doors for an exclusive look at his exquisite vintage and way-out custom guitars and his influential hot rods and custom cars. From...


Greetings from California

by Gary Crabbe

A fun, fresh tribute to the Golden State, illustrated with gorgeous color photography, fascinating historical images, and cool memorabilia. Learn anew the legends, landmarks, and lore of historic sites, such...


Backroads of Minnesota

by Shawn Perich & Gary Alan Nelson

This updated 2nd edition of the popular Backroads of Minnesota (2002) comes in a new portable size, making it easy to tote in your car and head out to a new destination in beautiful Minnesota. Have you driven...


The Chicago Homegrown Cookbook

by Heather Lalley & Brendan Lekan

The Chicago Homegrown Cookbook: Local Food, Local Restaurants, Local Recipes celebrates the best homegrown food in and around the windy city, profiling 30 chefs who work together with local farms to bring the...


The Art of the John Deere Tractor: Featuring Tractors from the Walter and Bruce Keller Collection

by Lee Klancher

John Deere's most famous and fascinating machines are presented as they've never been presented before: in a studio, photographed against plain seamless backdrops. The result is a superb collection of unprecedented...


Rails Across Canada

by Tom Murray

 Few stories in the annals of railroading are as compelling as the construction, evolution, and astounding successes of the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railways. This sprawling volume combines two...


The Best of The Farmer's Wife Cookbook

by Kari Cornell & Melinda Keefe

Long before the Internet and high-speed travel connected us all, The Farmer’s Wife magazine gave hard-working rural women a place to find—and share—advice about everything from raising chickens to running...