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ESPN College Football Encyclopedia

ESPN College Football Encyclopedia

From South Bend, Indiana, to Lincoln, Nebraska, Palo Alto, California, to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Tallahassee, Florida, college football attracts the most dedicated fans in all of sports. ESPN College Football Encyclopedia is their Bible–a rich and exhaustive reference guide to the game’s history, tradition, and lore. Based on three years of

Chocolate Bar

Chocolate Bar

From the creators of Chocolate Bar, New York City’s candy store for grown-ups, comes Chocolate Bar–a delicious ode to the sweet that entrances so many, with more than 30 recipes from such stellar chocolatiers as Jacques Torres and Andrew Shotts. These range from classic cookies, brownies, and retro desserts to such renegade treats as White

Memory Quilts

Memory Quilts

Memory Quilts presents original projects for remembering someone you have loved, celebrating milestones such as births and weddings, or capturing other memories from a sports team’s big year to your grandmother’s kitchen. Memory quilting is popular for many of the same reasons as scrapbooking. Both preserve and display memories, both often includee photos that would otherwise

Good Girls Finish Last

Good Girls Finish Last

The riotous remarks in Good Girls Finish Last by Sarah Parvis are perfect for those who relish in their bad habits. From Dorothy Parker to the Sex and the City girls, this treasure trove of quotes celebrates bad behavior. Whether the vice of choice is smoking, drinking, shopping, laziness, profanity, or vanity, Good Girls Finish Last has an appropriate

Lands’ End Business Attire for Women

Lands’ End Business Attire for Women

In the list of life’s big questions, “What should I wear?” can loom surprisingly large in a woman’s mind. But for most of us today, “What should I wear to work??” looms even larger. When workplaces encompass everything from the thirtieth-floor boardroom to an open-plan loft to a desk in the corner of a studio,

Lands’ End Business Attire for Men

Lands’ End Business Attire for Men

“Can I wear this tie with this shirt?” Men have asked this question for years. But now there’s a new twist: “Should I wear a tie—at all?”

Traditional was easy. Today’s business attire is not. Lands’ End Business Attire for Men by Todd Lyon can make it easier once again, helping you quickly and confidently

The Words We Live By

The Words We Live By

Linda R. Monk, an award-winning author and journalist, takes us through the Constitution, line by line, to help us comprehend this amazing document and to see the variety of ways in which it has been interpreted. From the Preamble, which she analyzes with inspiration and opposing opinions from Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Charlton Heston, and

Balancing Pregnancy and Work

Balancing Pregnancy and Work

If you’re currently trying to juggle growing a baby with growing your career, Balancing Pregnancy and Work by Nancy Hall is the indispensable guide you’ll need to make the most of the next 9 months. Packed with realistic tips and personal stories from women who have been in your elastic-waist pants, it covers everything from

The Discover Science Almanac

The Discover Science Almanac

How many moons does Jupiter have? Is our moon bigger than any other in relationship to its home planet? Where is Voyager these days? How many genes does a human cell have? What’s “junk” DNA? Is it important? What’s at the center of the Earth? What’s the shortest unit of time we can measure? A

The New York Public Library Desk Reference

The New York Public Library Desk Reference

With more than 1 million copies sold, The New York Public Library is the ultimate source for the most frequently sought information. Uncompromising in quality, depth, and value, The New York Public Library Desk Reference takes its place beside the dictionary as a standard reference work that no home or office should be without. In

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