Packed with practical how-to's, lists of contacts and phone numbers, and first-hand experiences from adventurers who dared to tread off the beaten career path. Includes outdoor experiences, adventure-preneurship, artistic adventures, alternative education, volunteerism, and overseas travel and living.
This is a great reference book with many color pictures and growing details about a lot of different annuals and perennials. There is also a nice section on how to set up various landscaping ideas, including walkways and patios.
This invaluable book, written by a physician who herself has had cancer and who writes from the perspectives of both doctor and patient, will help you and your family get through the first few months after your cancer diagnosis as easily and safely as possible. It will teach you how to ask the right questions and make the best decisions for you from day one.
By legendary Hall of Famer, Arthur J. Donovan, Jr. The only weight he ever lifted was a beer can. The only vegetable he ate was the gourmet potato (aka "French fries"). But back in the glory days of football, before prime time, big money, and Astroturf, Fatso was one of the all-time greats.
Entertaining, informative, and stylishly written, A GIRL AND A GUN is the first comprehensive listing of film noir - both classic and modern, foreign and domestic - available on video. In addition to scores of incisive film reviews it offers canny analysis of psychological and social subtexts in each film, little known production anecdotes, and probing insights into the directors, writers, and actors.
An classic tale of wizardry and the supernatural.
The Pyncheon mansion is a sullen, moldy hulk, fouled by centuries of corruption, rot, and decay. Within, old hermit Hepzibah, whose grim faces scares neigbors away, and half-mad brother Clifford, driven mindless from ancient fear and shame, fall into their own decay... enter young cousin Phoebe....
This is the original book by Marc Levy, upon which the movie "Just Like Heaven" was based. The book has been re-released with the new title, but this is the original. Great love story, much better than the movie interpretation!
This is a reprint of a book published in 2000, originally titled "If Only it Were True". They have renamed it to match the movie based on the book which was released recently. You might have more luck finding a copy with the old title!!!!
From back cover, "Molecules of the Mind takes us on a fantastic journey to the center of the human mind, and beyond, into the soul. Describing the revolutionary discoveries of a new science, it reveals how we can now understand- and even see- the chemical changes in the brain that create personality, the sex drive, dreams, schizophrenia, and such euphoric feelings as the well-known "runner's high". It is a book that will challenge your beliefs about mental illness, alcohol and drug addiction, and even love."