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Herculaneum - art of a buried city by Guidobaldi, Maria Paola, author.

Herculaneum - art of a buried city

"A sumptuously illustrated survey of the art and architecture of this prosperous Roman town, remarkably preserved by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79 Herculaneum, located on the picturesque Bay of Naples, was buried in the same volcanic eruption as its larger neighbor, Pompeii. But while Pompeii was covered by a relatively shallow layer of loose volcanic ash, Herculaneum was submerged in deep flows of hot volcanic mud, which preserved the upper stories of buildings, as well as organic ma

Sep 22, 2014
History of the World in 1,000 Objects by Dorling Kindersley, Inc. (COR)

History of the World in 1,000 Objects

Sep 19, 2014
Hitchcock's stars - Alfred Hitchcock and the Hollywood studio system by Coffin, Lesley L.

Hitchcock's stars - Alfred Hitchcock and the Hollywood studio system

Sep 22, 2014
Home Recording for Musicians for Dummies by Strong, Jeff

Home Recording for Musicians for Dummies

Sep 19, 2014
Honey and oats - everyday favorites baked with whole grains and natural sweeteners by Katzinger, Jennifer.

Honey and oats - everyday favorites baked with whole grains and natural sweeteners

This whole grain, low-sugar baking book is filled with 75 recipes for light, moist, and flavorful cakes, pies, scones, cookies, muffins, bars, and breads proves that baking with healthy ingredients doesn't have to mean sacrificing flavor or texture. Author Jennifer Katzinger created these classic baked-good recipes replacing sugar with honey, coconut palm sugar, maple syrup, and Sucanat; she uses oats and whole grains, such as teff, kamut, spelt, buckwheat, einkorn, barley, and whole-wheat flour

Sep 22, 2014
Hope - entertainer of the century by Zoglin, Richard.

Hope - entertainer of the century

Sep 19, 2014
House Beautiful think small - make the most of every square foot. by

House Beautiful think small - make the most of every square foot.

Sep 22, 2014
How Adam Smith can change your life - an unexpected guide to human nature and happiness by Roberts, Russell, 1953-

How Adam Smith can change your life - an unexpected guide to human nature and happiness

"How the insights of an 18th century economist can help us live better in the 21st century Adam Smith became famous for The Wealth of Nations, but the Scottish economist also cared deeply about our moral choices and behavior--the subjects of his otherbrilliant book, The Theory of Moral Sentiments (1759). Now, economist Russ Roberts shows why Smith's neglected work might be the greatest self-help book you've never read. Roberts explores Smith's unique and fascinating approach to fundamental q

Sep 19, 2014
How Google works by Schmidt, Eric, 1955 April 27-

How Google works

"Jack Welch's Straight from the Gut was once the essential primer for managers, but today's leaders need a new playbook. In HOW GOOGLE WORKS, Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg distill their decades of working in the high-tech industry into a practical and fun-to-read guide for those who want to succeed in an ever-changing business landscape. The book offers how-to advice on strategy, corporate culture, talent, decision-making, innovation, communication and dealing with disruption. The authors

Sep 22, 2014
How the poor can save capitalism - rebuilding the path to the middle class by Bryant, John, 1966-

How the poor can save capitalism - rebuilding the path to the middle class

" The American economy is stalled because business and political leaders are ignoring the one force that could truly re-energize their companies and the economy: the poor. The massive economic energy and potential of the poor and the struggling middle class has been left on the sidelines. John Hope Bryant's stirring book shows how this came to be and lays out some simple ideas for making the economy work again--for everyone. The poor are not stupid or lazy, but they know when the system is stack

Sep 22, 2014
How to change minds about our changing climate - let science do the talking the next time someone tries to tell you ... - the climate isn't changing - global warming is actually a good thing - climate change is natural, not man-made - ... and other argume

How to change minds about our changing climate - let science do the talking the next time someone tries to tell you ... - the climate isn't changing - global warming is actually a good thing - climate change is natural, not man-made - ... and other argume

Sep 22, 2014
How to get organized without resorting to arson - a step-by-step guide to clearing your desk without panic or the use of open flame by Franklin, Liz, 1953-

How to get organized without resorting to arson - a step-by-step guide to clearing your desk without panic or the use of open flame

Sep 22, 2014
How to get organized without resorting to arson- a step-by-step guide to clearing your desk without panic or the use of open flame by Franklin, Liz

How to get organized without resorting to arson- a step-by-step guide to clearing your desk without panic or the use of open flame

Sep 18, 2014
How to make your long-distance relationship work and flourish - a couple's guide to being apart and staying happy by Butler, Tamsen, 1974-

How to make your long-distance relationship work and flourish - a couple's guide to being apart and staying happy

Sep 22, 2014
Huckleberry - stories, secrets, and recipes from our kitchen by Nathan, Zoe.

Huckleberry - stories, secrets, and recipes from our kitchen

Sep 22, 2014
Hyper - a personal history of ADHD by Denevi, Timothy, author.

Hyper - a personal history of ADHD

"Hyper: A Personal History of ADHD is Timothy Denevi's memoir of growing up as a hyperactive child, intertwined with his even-handed and thorough reporting on the history of the diagnosis and its treatment. Beginning with the moment he first started having severe emotional fits, his book traces his compelling and moving journey through fifteen years of diagnosis and treatment as he illuminates the medical and psychological theories and practices that shape our understanding of this controversial

Sep 22, 2014
I can hear you whisper - an intimate journey through the science of sound and language by Denworth, Lydia, 1966-

I can hear you whisper - an intimate journey through the science of sound and language

"An investigation into the science of hearing, child language acquisition, neuroplasticity, brain development, and Deaf culture spurred by Lydia Denworth's discovery that her son couldn't hear her lullabies and the family's life-altering decision to givehim a cochlear implant. Lydia Denworth's third son, Alex, was almost two when he was diagnosed with profound and progressive hearing loss. As both a science writer and the mother of young children, Denworth was steeped in messages about the impo

Sep 22, 2014
I Must Say - My Life As a Humble Comedy Legend by Short, Martin

I Must Say - My Life As a Humble Comedy Legend

Sep 19, 2014
I'll drink to that - a life in style, with a twist by Halbreich, Betty, 1927- author.

I'll drink to that - a life in style, with a twist

"Eighty-six-year-old Betty Halbreich is a true original. A tough broad who could have stepped straight out of Stephen Sondheim's repertoire, she has spent nearly forty years as the legendary personal shopper at Bergdorf Goodman, where she works with socialites, stars, and ordinary women off the street. She has helped many find their true selves through clothes, frank advice, and her own brand of wisdom. She is trusted by the most discriminating persons--including Hollywood's top stylists--to tel

Sep 22, 2014
Ideas of order - a close reading of Shakespeare's sonnets by Rudenstine, Neil L.

Ideas of order - a close reading of Shakespeare's sonnets

"A guide to Shakespeare's sonnets illustrating the narrative underlying the poems"--

Sep 22, 2014