Published Books

Words That Built a Nation

Words That Built a Nation

…collects and explains documents that have established, reinforced, and sometimes refocused the democratic dream. From George Washington to César Chávez, Harriet Beecher Stowe to Hillary Rodham Clinton, the words of the men and women in this special collection voice the passionate plans, compelling speeches, and inspirational language that built this country.

The Literature Lover’s Book of Lists

The Literature Lover’s Book of Lists

Wonderful for browsing and invaluable for finding specific information, Literature Lover’s Book of Lists provides nearly 200 lists relating to genres, authors, characters and settings, awards, literary terms with their definitions and much more. It’s the bibliophile’s idea of heaven.

Me: Five Years From Now

Me: Five Years From Now

You can begin to change your life right now. This a one-of-a-kind life-planning guide offers you the opportunity to create your own strategy for changing your life. Me: Five Years From Now asks you hundreds of essential, thought-provoking questions that examine your relationships, finances, career, health, self-image, and spirituality.

Now with a foreword by Richard

Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide

Harvard Medical School Family Health Guide

…is the first family health guide for the age of managed care, filled with accessible and empowering information from the world’s most esteemed doctors and researchers. Drawing on the expertise of more than 7,000 physicians and researchers from the seventeen award-winning hospitals, clinics, and research centers affiliated with Harvard Medical School, this comprehensive work provides

The World’s Best Bartenders’ Guide

The World’s Best Bartenders’ Guide

Cocktail connoisseurs Joseph Scott and Donald Bain have enticed the most skilled bartenders from the world’s greatest bars into sharing their secrets for mixing the perfect drink, and how to do it with the same confidence, style and panache for which they’re famous. With the help of The World’s Best Bartenders’ Guide, every home bartender

National Geographic’s Guide to Wildlife Watching

National Geographic’s Guide to Wildlife Watching

Lavishly illustrated and easy-to-use, National Geographic’s Guide to Wildlife Watching is perfect for planning a day trip, weekend jaunt, or holiday adventure to a place where the animals roam.

The New York Public Library African American Desk Reference

The New York Public Library African American Desk Reference

The New York Public Library African American Desk Reference’s nineteen fact-packed chapters capture the full sweep of African American history and culture while also offering a wealth of practical information on everything from business and travel to health and holiday reservations.

The New York Public Library Amazing African American History

The New York Public Library Amazing African American History

Discover ancient African civilizations. Explore the devastating Middle Passage and see the famous March on Washington. Find the answers to your questions about African American history in The New York Public Library Amazing African American History.

Witnessing America

Witnessing America

Just what was it like to live in a log cabin, face a stampede, or toil as a slave on a cotton plantation? To pan for gold or work in a sweatshop? Be a Civil War nurse or a prisoner of frontier Indians? Collected from diaries, letters, memoirs, court records, articles, tracts, pamphlets, and advertisements

The New York Public Library Science Desk Reference

The New York Public Library Science Desk Reference

For anyone who wants to find either fast answers or a better understanding of the theories, the meanings of the relevant terms, or the who’s who and what’s what of the scientists and their discoveries, The New York Public Library Science Desk Reference has it all—in one handy volume.

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