Diana Martin - Graphic arts - 1995 - 134 pages
With quick, creative thinking 39 top designers show how they dealt with unexpected situations -- from earthquakes to typos -- and came out with some of their best work.
John Hawkinson - Art - 1974 - 47 pages
Introduces clay as an art medium with information on how to find it in nature, prepare it for handling, and use it to create a variety of non-permanent projects.
Raymond Queneau - Literary Criticism - 1998 - 434 pages
A portrait of French society in the first half of the century. The protagonists are the family of a man who made a fortune from wireless radio and the novel follows their ...
Marcia Bowden - Education - 1989 - 232 pages
Suggests children's activities for learning about rabbits, forests, seed dispersal, cardinals, snow, woodchucks, insects, frogs, eggs, ants, squirrels, and wildflowers
Sam Fitzgerald-Scales - Art - 2002 - 64 pages
"Easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions and colorful photographs show exactly how to make each model."--p.  of cover.