Edith Wharton - Fiction - 2012 - 432 pages
Edith Wharton’s lacerating satire on marriage and materialism in turn-of-the-century New York features her most selfish, ruthless, and irresistibly outrageous female character.
Kurt Vonnegut - Fiction - 2011 - 272 pages
Here are stories of men and machines, art and artifice, and how ideals of fortune, fame, and love take curious twists in ordinary lives.
Benjamin Brinner - Music - 2009 - 368 pages
Author Benjamin Brinner traces the tightly interconnected field of musicians and the people and institutions that supported them as they and their music circulated within the region and along international circuits.
John Steinbeck - Fiction - 2009 - 624 pages
From the tale of commitment, loneliness and hope in Of Mice and Men, to the tough yet charming portrait of people on the margins of society in Cannery Row, to The Pearl's examination of the fallacy of the American dream, Steinbeck stories ...
Jean Valnet - Health & Fitness - 2012 - 288 pages
An explanation of aromatherapy, what it is and how it works with especial reference to fifty plants and essences. It includes a guide to the plants and essential oils used in aromatherapy and how they can keep the body and mind healthy.
Catherine Hyland Moon - Psychology - 2011 - 335 pages
Materials and Media in Art Therapy presents a review of the theory and methods related to material and media use in art therapy, and proposes developments in theoretical models for understanding the significance of materials as part of the ...
Anita Diamant - Fiction - 2007 - 288 pages
This is a story of hardship and resilience -- and an extraordinary re-creation of an untold chapter of early American life.
Mary Higgins Clark, Carol Higgins Clark - Fiction - 2008 - 240 pages
From beloved mother-daughter duo Mary Higgins Clark, America's Queen of Suspense, and Carol Higgins Clark, author of the hugely popular Regan Reilly mystery series, comes Dashing Through the Snow, a holiday treat you won't want to miss.