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Watercolor Masters & Legends by Betsy Dillard Stroud
Discover the secrets of watercolor mastery! Late 20th and 21st century watercolor artists have transformed the art of watermedia into a golden phenomenon and one of the most significant movements in the history of art.
Wonderful One-Block Quilting by Choly Knight
Take the plunge into quilting with these 40 simple one-session project ideas. One-block quilting is a fast and easy option for beginners and time-challenged quilters alike. Whether you’re taking the plunge into patchwork for the first time or just looking for a quick weekend project, this book will get you started.
Watercolor 365 by Leslie Redhead
A year’s worth of tips, techniques, advice and more! Make watercolor a part of your daily life, turning every day into inspiration for your art. Designed to fit your life, Watercolor 365–the first watercolor book of its kind–provides a complete education in the medium, one bite-sized bit of information at a time.
Ultimate Guide to YouTube Business by Jason R Rich
Reel in the Profits with YouTube YouTube delivers more than a billion minutes of streaming content to 1.3 billion active users every day. That’s equivalent to one-third of all internet users and at least a billion reasons to start creating videos that promote your business, brand, products, and services today.
Valuing Businesses Using Regression Analysis by C Fred Hall
Demystifies regression-based valuation through simple explanations, easy-to-understand charts, and time-saving bonus resources Current methodologies using median, quartiles, or standard deviations to calculate revenue multipliers and cash flow multipliers often produce values that are wildly divergent.
This Thing Called Theory by Teresa Stoppani
In the age of post-digital architecture and digital materiality, This Thing Called Theory explores current practices of architectural theory, their critical and productive role. The book is organized in sections which explore theory as an open issue in architecture, as it relates to and borrows from other disciplines, thus opening up architecture itself and showing how architecture is inextricably connected to other social and theoretical practices.
The New Traditional Woodworker by Jim Tolpin
Working Wood, Not Machining It If you’re more interested in working with wood rather than machining it, you will be relieved to learn that expensive powered machinery isn’t required to build furniture. You can also forget the dust masks, face shields and hearing protection since many of the safety concerns related to woodworking the use of power tools are eliminated.
The Long Life of Magical Objects by Allegra Iafrate
This book explores a series of powerful artifacts associated with King Solomon via legendary or extracanonical textual sources. Tracing their cultural resonance throughout history, art historian Allegra Iafrate delivers exciting insights into these objects and interrogates the ways in which magic manifests itself at a material level.
The Zetas by Robert Shapiro
The beings on Zeta Reticuli are the future selves—granted, several million years into the future—of the beings on Earth right now. On the soul line, this has to do with your evolution to become more, to be more established benevolently on a creative level.
The Manipulation of Choice by Mark D. White
Dr. Mark D. White explains the informational, ethical, and practical problems faced by libertarian paternalism and ‘nudges,’ by which the government subtly influences people’s choices for their own good, in his exciting new volume The Manipulation of Choice.
The Leadership Map by Ian Windle
Leadership is complicated. Don’t leave it to chance. The Leadership Map demystifies the subject and provides every leader with a comprehensive framework to create and grow a successful business. It covers all the key elements you need to understand and build a successful business; from creating your vision, to developing your people, to executing on your strategy.
Rick Steves Iceland by Rick Steves
Hike vast glaciers, marvel at steaming volcanic lakes, and explore the land of the midnight sun: with Rick Steves on your side, Iceland can be yours! Inside Rick Steves Iceland you’ll find: Comprehensive coverage for spending a week or more exploring Iceland Rick’s strategic advice on how to get the most out of your time and money, with rankings of his must-see favorites….
The Enigma of Capital by David Harvey
For three centuries the capitalist system has shaped western society, informed its rulers, and conditioned the lives of its people. Has the time come to move beyond it? Using his unrivalled knowledge of the subject, Harvey lays bare the follies of the international financial system, looking at the nature of capitalism, how it works and why sometimes it doesn’t.
Start-Up Secure by Chris Castaldo
Add cybersecurity to your value proposition and protect your company from cyberattacks Cybersecurity is now a requirement for every company in the world regardless of size or industry. Start-Up Secure: Baking Cybersecurity into Your Company from Founding to Exit covers everything a founder, entrepreneur and venture capitalist should know when building a secure company in today’s world.
Quick Sketching with Ron Husband by Ron Husband
Quick Sketching with Ron Husband offers instruction to quick sketching and all its techniques. From observing positive and negative space and learning to recognize simple shapes in complex forms to action analysis and using line of action, this Disney legend teaches you how to sketch using all these components, and how to do it in a matter of seconds.
Machine Quilting With Style by Christa Watson
Quilt along with Christa using walking-foot or free-motion techniques to create fabulous quilts–from start to finish–on your home sewing machine. Award-winning quilter Christa Watson shows you how with 8 different walking-foot designs and 10 free-motion quilting motifs, plus 12 inventive patterns to put all the quilting techniques to use!
Look Closer, Draw Better by Kateri Ewing
Capture your subjects on paper like never before. Look Closer, Draw Better will transform the way you see the subjects of your artwork, lighting the way with practical techniques in a range of mediums. Are you looking to make a leap in the quality of your artwork? Are you looking for new perspectives on the art of drawing? Or maybe you want to bring more poetry and presence to your work.
How to Be a Wildflower by Katie Daisy
A fresh perspective, an outdoor exploration, a new adventure about to begin—How to Be a Wildflower is the book to celebrate these and other wide-open occasions.
Living with Pattern by Rebecca Atwood
A design book filled with beautiful photography and clear ideas for how to use pattern to decorate your home. If you focus on pattern, from texture and color to furniture and textiles, everything else will fall into place. Pattern is the strongest element in any room.
Lasting Impact by Kostya Kennedy
New York Times bestselling author Kostya Kennedy sets this captivating, character-rich story against the back-drop of one of the most pressing questions in sports: Should we let our sons play football? At the high end of America’s most popular game is the glittering NFL, a fan-stoked money machine and also an opaque enterprise under scrutiny for the physical dangers imposed on its players.
Into the Raging Sea by Rachel Slade
“A Perfect Storm for a new generation, Rachel Slade’s Into the Raging Sea is a masterful page-turning account of the El Faro’s sinking.” —Ben Mezrich, bestselling author of The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook “The one account I’ve read that solves the riddle of El Faro convincingly and thoroughly.
Flower Crowns by Christy Meisner Doramus
THE FIRST GUIDE SHOWING YOU HOW TO CRAFT THESE WILDLY POPULAR, WHIMSICAL AND GLAMOROUS HAIR ACCESSORIES AT HOME Whether you’re at a wedding, going out on the town or partying at a musical festival, the flower crowns in this book will make your outfit standout for any occasion.
Guerrilla Marketing for a Bulletproof by Jay Conrad Levinson
Guerrilla Marketing for a Bulletproof Career is an honest, practical, and hard-hitting guide for career success in perpetually uncertain times. It provides a road map to advance your career and prosper without being blindsided by overnight industry collapses, potential layoffs, economic shocks, corporate scandals, international competition, or technological disruptions.
Earth Architecture by Ronald Rael
Our groundbreaking survey Earth Architecture is now available in a paperback edition. Author Ronald Rael, founder of EarthArchitecture.org provides a history of building with earth in the modern era, focusing particularly on projects constructed in the last few decades that use rammed earth, mud brick, compressed earth, cob, and several other interesting techniques.
Getting Started in Street Photography by Bill Birnbaum
During his 20 years “shooting street,” Bill Birnbaum has been photographing strangers on the streets of North America, South America, Europe and New Zealand. In this book, he offers the reader the benefit of his extensive experience.In “Getting Started in Street Photography,” you will learn…
Extended Reality in Practice by Bernard Marr
Discover one of the biggest business trends of today Extended reality (XR for short) – which encompasses virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality – is one of the biggest business trends of today.
Architecture in Minutes by Susie Hodge
In this concise and comprehensive guide to the world of architecture, art historian Susie Hodge outlines the history and theory of architecture, from the earliest structures and monuments to the cutting-edge concepts of the present day, and profiles dozens of key buildings and celebrated architects.
365 Chess Master Lessons by Andrew Soltis
Increase your chess knowledge within the year! In this book, Andrew Soltis analyzes 365 key chess games in an easy way for busy people. In this book, 365 of the most instructive short games of chess are analyzed, step by step, by well-respected author Andrew Soltis. Arranged as daily lessons, this book is perfect for chess players who would like to reach the next level of skill but can’t devote hours and hours each day to study.
Business Environment by Justin Paul
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DIY Household Hacks by Christina Stone
Are you looking for a way to keep your house organized easily? Do you want not to have to undertake major cleaning and organizing before guests arrive because your house is in a mess? Are you looking for a way to ease the burden of having to organize your house thoroughly every weekend?