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Lonely Planet Western USA, 4th Edition by Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet: The world’s leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet Western USA is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you.
How to Be Your Dog’s Best Friend by Monks of New Skete
For nearly a quarter century, How to Be Your Dog’s Best Friend has been the standard against which all other dog-training books have been measured. This new, expanded edition, with a fresh new design and new photographs throughout, preserves the best features of the original classic while bringing the book fully up-to-date.
The Scouting Guide to Survival by J. Wayne Fears
In Scouting’s Guide to Survival, current Scouts, Scout alumni, and readers interested in the outdoors are provided with time-tested advice on emergency preparedness. Some practical tips include: How to build a fire How to purify water How to identify common edible plants and mushrooms How to signal for help How to build simple shelters Learn practical navigation skills And so much more! Since 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun.
The Chef’s Garden by Farmer Lee Jones, Kristin Donnelly
An approachable, comprehensive guide to the modern world of vegetables, from the leading grower of specialty vegetables in the country Near the shores of Lake Erie is a family-owned farm with a humble origin story that has become the most renowned specialty vegetable grower in America.
The SAS Self-Defense Handbook by Barry Davies
Barry Davies is one of the most widely respected experts on the techniques and training of the elite British Special Air Service (SAS). In SAS Self-Defense Handbook, Davies reveals the self–defense techniques of the SAS. The handbook is fully illustrated with nearly 130 photographs and illustrations that explain how to properly use your body and use everyday objects such as desktop items and cigarette lighters to protect yourself.
The Extinction Club by Robert Twigger
For one thousand years, the Milu — an exotic species of deer with the neck of a camel, horns of a stag, feet of a cow, and tail of a donkey — existed only in the Chinese emperor’s private park in Beijing. But in the nineteenth century, a Basque missionary risked his life to obtain a specimen, then embalmed it and sent it to Paris.
The Ever Curious Gardener by Lee Reich
Unleash your inner geek and let this irreverent romp through the wonders of the garden yield practical results. Curious why caressing your cucumber plants will help them bear more fruit? Or why you should grow oranges from seed even if the fruit is inedible? Or why trees need to sleep and how to help them?
The Elevated Communicator by Maryanne O’Brien
Discover your communication style and elevate consciousness at work to build trust, strengthen collaboration, relieve stress, and improve wellbeing. Our work lives revolve around effective communication. It is essential for cultivating trust and team collaboration, as well as strengthening our motivation and wellbeing at work.
The Concealed Handgun Manual by Chris Bird
Containing information on current state regulations, beginning and advanced shooting instruction, updated safety information, and accounts of incidents of concealed handgun self-defense, this comprehensive handbook intends to prevent gun owners from becoming the victims of a criminal or terrorist attack.
The Age of Walls by Tim Marshall
Tim Marshall, the New York Times bestselling author of Prisoners of Geography, analyzes the most urgent and tenacious topics in global politics and international relations by examining the borders, walls, and boundaries that divide countries and their populations.
Romantic Interiors by Ann McArdle
Shows how to create a romantic interior style using soft lights, muted colors, and delicate furnishings.
Tails of the Sea by Christine Naugle
Kids will love these 4 blankets depicting tails of different sea creatures, just add a child and you have a complete adorable sea creature!A mermaid, seahorse, shark and octopus tail are each crocheted using worsted-weight yarn. Pattern provides 2 formats; written and chart. Photo instructions are also included explaining how to hide your yarn when carrying color change. Size: approximately 38”W x 48”L.
Jazz Improvisation Using Simple Melodic by Mike Titlebaum
Jazz Improvisation Using Simple Melodic Embellishment teaches fundamental concepts of jazz improvisation, highlighting the development of performance skills through embellishment techniques. Written with the college-level course in mind, this introductory textbook is both practical and comprehensive, ideal for the aspiring improviser, focused not on scales and chords but melodic embellishment.
Stuff My Cat Has Taught Me by Cynthia L. Copeland
Cynthia L. Copeland has a gift for discovering simple, timeless lessons. She distilled wisdom from her lifelong love of dogs in Really Important Stuff My Dog Has Taught Me and shared the wisdom of the sandbox in Really Important Stuff My Kids Have Taught Me.
Moon Rome Walks by Moon Travel Guides
Experience the Big Apple like a local: on foot! Moon New York Walks guides you to the trendiest restaurants, buzzworthy boutiques, and iconic landmarks of New York City’s can’t-miss neighborhoods.
Making Agents Wealthy by Karen Coffey
Making Agents Wealthy guarantees that if agents follow the step-by-step blueprint Karen Coffey offers they will produce money generating results. In Making Agents Wealthy, Karen Coffey walks agents (new and seasoned) through a step-by-step process of creating fast money generating results.
Guide to Home Improvement by Editors of Creative Publishing
At any given moment, your home probably contains thousands of moveable items, some large but most small: dishes and drain cleaners, blankets and baby books, socks and sleeping bags, hammers and hotdog buns, candles and can-openers and cribbage boards.
Knitted Tanks & Tunics by Angela Hahn
Knit cool, breezy tanks for the warm spring and summer months with 21 patterns for a variety of tops, from lacy camisoles to layering tanks to tunics with stylish details. With no sleeves to add, these tops knit up fast. From simple styles to lace, texture, cables, pleats, and mesh accents, there is something for every level of knitter.
Insight Guides Finland 6th Edition by Insight Guides
Whether it’s kayaking in the serene Lakeland, enjoying a cruise on the Baltic, or taking in the splendour of the Northern Lights in Lapland – Insight Guide Finland helps you get the best out of this outdoor paradise. Inside Insight Guide Finland: A thoroughly overhauled edition by our expert authors.Stunning photography brings this stunning country and its people to life.
Garden Up! by Susan Morrison
Vertical gardening is the latest, most talked about trend in gardening. Outdoor living walls planted with anything from succulents to vegetables, are springing up in urban and suburban areas and even commercial spaces. Home gardeners are now ready to take advantage of the vertical spaces in their own gardens.
Home Ec for Everyone by Sharon Bowers, David Bowers
Did you remember your scissors? Discover the tremendous pleasure of learning how to do it yourself how to cook, sew, clean, and more, the way it used to be taught in Home Ec class.
Dream First, Details Later by Ellen Bennett
You don’t need to have all the answers to make your dream a reality. You just need to start before you’re ready. As a 25-year-old line cook, Ellen Bennett’s boss approached her about reordering aprons. Tired of wearing the kitchen’s cheap, poorly-designed garments, Ellen had a vision for how to improve upon the simple design of an apron and change the morale of her fellow line cooks in the process.
Disorder in the Court by Charles M Sevilla
In America’s courtooms, the verdict is laughter. Sit back and enjoy a collection of verbatim exchanges from the halls of justice, where defendants and plaintiffs, lawyers and witnesses, juries and judges, collide to produce memorably insane comedy.
Disaster Survival Handbook by Alexander Stilwell
A practical and illustrated guide to getting through all types of life-threatening situations. Are you ready for the big one, whether it’s an earthquake, a hurricane, or a monster snowstorm? Disaster Survival Handbook will help you prepare for the unexpected—from stocking up on provisions to hunkering down in a safe area to administering basic first aid.
Death in the Garden by Michael Brown
Mankind has always had a morbid fascination with poisonous plants; how their poisonous properties were discovered and developed will most likely be left unknown. Over the centuries poisonous plants have been used to remove garden pests, unwanted rivals and deceitful partners. They have also been used for their medicinal qualities, as rather dangerous cosmetics, even to help seduce a lover when perceived as an aphrodisiac.
DIY Quick Fix by Julian Cassell
Providing quick-fix techniques for tackling the most common DIY home improvement problems-from freeing stuck windows to repairing burst pipes- this handy book features step-by-step sequences, combining close-up, annotated images and clear instructions that are easy to follow while completing the tasks at hand.
25 Biggest and Best Projects by Jules Yap
The ingenious team at IkeaHackers.net show you how to transform affordable IKEA products into creative new furniture and more Jules Yap and the contributors to her wildly popular website IkeaHackers.net show you how to transform affordable IKEA® products into creative new furniture and more. With clear instructions and easy-to-follow photos, you’re sure to have fun building these exciting hacks, including: • Kitchen Island • Dollhouse • Vanity • Built-In Home Office • Mudroom Bench
Complete Paintings of Paul Cézanne by Delphi Classics
The innovative works of the Post-Impressionist Paul Cézanne laid the foundations of a new and radically different form of art in the twentieth century.
Art Nouveau by Jean Lahor
Art Nouveau designates a decorative and architectural style developed in the 1880s and 1890s in the West. Born in reaction to the Industrial Revolution and to the creative vacuum it left behind, Art Nouveau was at the heart of a “renaissance” in the decorative arts.
Compassionate Leadership by Paul Axtell
Learn how to be a good boss and become the leader everyone wants to work for. People want to work for someone they respect, someone who is on their side. And when employees feel seen, heard, and valued by their supervisors, employee engagement improves, productivity increases, and the entire organization benefits.