Published Books

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.

Life’s Little Destruction Book

Life’s Little Destruction Book

Goody two-shoeism hangs like an angel’s halo over the land, pressuring us to improve ourselves and constantly do the right thing. Unchecked, the pursuit of perfection threatens to erase the little quirks and foibles and peculiarities that make us us. Life’s Little Destruction Book encourages us to go ahead and be obnoxious: make sucking noises; be pushy;

Fat Bottom Girl

One Night with a Quarterback

She’s daddy’s little girl…or she would have been, had he known she existed. Cassie Wainwright thought her father—head coach of the Santa Fe Bobcats—ignored her purposefully. Come to find out, he had no clue she’d ever been born.

Now Cassie is determined to meet the man who’s always been missing from her life. Her mother

Being Roy

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