From one of the world's foremost physicians and researchers comes a monumental work that radically redefines conventional conceptions of health and illness to offer new methods for living a long, healthy life. " Dr. David Agus presents a brilliant new model of health based on the body as a complex system with an emphasis on prevention. "The End of Illness "may reframe everything you thought you knew about health. It is both provocative and inspiring. Highly recommended." ( Dean Ornish)
Gear up for a wild array of cars packed with big personalities, awesome features, and eccentric passengers. Driven by Peter Stein's bouncing verse, Bob Staake's high-powered artwork merges vibrant color and crisp, dynamic design with humor, warmth, and whimsy. This rousing picture book is sure to thrill all fans of things that go!
How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe
Jun 3, 2012 - Jun 5, 2012
From a 5 Under 35 winner, comes a razor-sharp, hilarious, and touching story of a son searching for his father . . . through quantum space-time. "A brainy reverie of sexbots, rayguns, time travel and Buddhist zombie mothers. . . . Packed with deft emotional insight."(The Economist)
Bonney, a popular blogger has collected projects and interiors submitted by her readers. Her design book includes home tours of 70 real-life interiors featuring artists and designers, 50 DIY projects, with detailed instructions for personalizing your spaces and step-by-step tutorials on everything from stripping and painting furniture to hanging wallpaper and doing your own upholstery. Readers of the blog also submitted 50 Before & After makeovers.
On Sunday, June 3, a new television series" Longmire" premieres on A & E. The series is based on eight mysteries by Craig Johnson. In the first novel, Johnson introduces Sheriff Walt Longmire of Wyoming's Absaroka County. Johnson draws on his background in law enforcement and his deep attachment to the American West to produce a mystery of stunning authenticity, and memorable characters.
This fresh and intriguing historical novel is told in the voice of Queen Elizabeth I's governess, Katherine Ashley. When Thomas Cromwell, a henchman for King Henry VIII, brings her to the royal court as a spy, Kat enters into a thrilling new world of the Tudor monarchs.
Southern Pies: A Gracious Plenty of Pie Recipes, from Lemon Chess to Chocolate Pecan
Nancie McDermott; Leigh Beisch (Photographer)
May 31, 2012 - Jun 3, 2012
Ask any pie lover--the words "southern" and "pie" go together like ripe fruit and flaky pastry. And behind all the mouthwatering, light-as-a-cloud meringue peaks and the sticky dark butterscotch fillings lies a rich and delicious history. McDermott has compiled recipes for 70 pies from some of the South's most famous bakers. Perfect for bakers of all skill levels, these pies are made with simple, easy-to-find, and gloriously few ingredients.
In a light, accessible style--and packed with fun oddities and trivia--this entertaining guide deciphers the mysteries of the American map state by state. An entertaining and informative look at how the events of history influenced state borders.
Hilary Mantel recently recommended Alison Weir's biography of Anne Boleyn.Drawing on myriad sources from the Tudor era, Weir provides the first book ever to examine, in unprecedented depth, the gripping story of Anne Boleyn's final days. Weir explores the motives and intrigues of those who helped to seal the queen's fate, unraveling the tragic tale of Anne's fall, from her miscarriage of the son who would have saved her to the final, dramatic scene on the scaffold.
Boston homicide detective Jane Rizzoli is already at the crime scene when medical examiner Maura Isles arrives on the Chinatown rooftop. A savage killer has left behind a grisly spectacle, and the sick feeling in Rizzoli's gut says they're on the trail of a twisted predator. "Suspense doesn't get smarter than this. Not just recommended but mandatory." (Lee Child)
The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels--A Love Story
May 28, 2012 - May 31, 2012
American blogger and food writer Ree Drummond relates the real life story of how she met and married her "Marlboro Man." Her stories about her husband, family, and country living paint a warm and touching picture of life on an Oklahoma ranch.
To write about herself, Keaton realized she had to write about her mother, too, and how their bond came to define both their lives. She also paints a loving portrait of her teenage daughter Dexter. "As warm, funny, and self-deprecating as Keaton's onscreen persona--["Then Again"] traces a profound dramatic arc: that of a young woman coming into her own as an artist, and of a daughter becoming a mother." (Vogue)
Fourteen-year-old Princess Ivy wants nothing more than to have a little fun in the company of her dragon friend, Elridge, but unless she can recover the magical harp snatched by a thieving youth named Jack long ago, her entire kingdom will suffer an unspeakable fate.
A crackling debut mystery features a gritty, razor-sharp new voice in crime fiction. Conway Sax isn't a hired gun or a wise-cracking urbanite. He's just a mechanic trying to make his way, a blue-collar guy whose ideas about family and loyalty are as deeply held as they are strong. Conway is a has-been racing driver, an ace auto mechanic, a recovering alcoholic and a refreshing new character solving hardcore crimes.