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Top 10 Hong Kong by Fitzpatrick, Liam, 1965- author.

Top 10 Hong Kong

Top 10 Hong Kong will lead you straight to the best attractions Hong Kong has to offer. Whether you're looking for the liveliest nightlife in Hong Kong, wish to view the amazing skyline, or discover the city's captivating museums and modernist architecture, this pocket-sized travel guide is packed with essential information for every corner of Hong Kong, whatever your budget. Rely on dozens of Top 10 lists. The pull-out map and guide includes fold-out maps of city metro systems, useful phone num

Apr 29, 2016
Understanding exposure - how to shoot great photographs with any camera by Peterson, Bryan, 1952- author.

Understanding exposure - how to shoot great photographs with any camera

Veteran photographer Bryan Peterson demystifies complex concepts of exposure in photography by explaining the fundamentals of light, aperture, shutter speed, and how they interact with and influence one another. This book explains how to get or lose sharpness and contrast in images, freeze in action, and take the best meter readings while also exploring filters, flash, and light. This forth edition inclides all new images as well as an expanded section on flash, tips for using colored gels, and

Apr 29, 2016
Yellow River odyssey by Porter, Bill, 1943-

Yellow River odyssey

"Bill Porter follows the Yellow River, the world's sixth longest river, from its mouth to its source high in the Tibetan Plateau, a journey of more than three thousand miles through nine Chinese provinces. The trip takes the master translator into what was once the cradle of Chinese civilization and to the hometowns and graves of key historical figures such as Confucius, Mencius, Lao-tzu, and Chuang-tzu."--Back cover.

Apr 29, 2016
Neither snow nor rain - a history of the United States Postal Service by Leonard, Devin, author.

Neither snow nor rain - a history of the United States Postal Service

Founded by Benjamin Franklin, USPS was the information network that bound far-flung Americans together, fostered a common culture, and helped American business to prosper. A first class stamp remains one of the greatest bargains of all time, and yet, the USPS is slowly vanishing. Critics say it is slow and archaic. Mail volume is down. The workforce is shrinking. Post offices are closing.This is a multifaceted history, full of remarkable characters, from the stamp-collecting FDR, to the revoluti

Apr 29, 2016
Oneida - from free love Utopia to the well-set table-- an American story by Wayland-Smith, Ellen.

Oneida - from free love Utopia to the well-set table-- an American story

"Amidst the religious fervor of the Second Great Awakening, John Humphrey Noyes, a spirited but socially awkward young man, attracted a group of devoted followers with his fiery sermons about creating Jesus' millennial kingdom here on earth. Noyes and his followers built a large communal house in rural New York where they engaged in what Noyes called "complex marriage," an elaborate system of free love where sexual relations with multiple partners was encouraged. Noyes was eventually inspired to

Apr 29, 2016
Planning, plotting, and progress / A Guide to Building Your Novel by Teppo, Mark, author.

Planning, plotting, and progress / A Guide to Building Your Novel

Apr 29, 2016
The Romanovs - 1613-1918 by Sebag Montefiore, Simon, 1965- author.

The Romanovs - 1613-1918

Apr 29, 2016
Route 66 road trip by Taylor, Candacy A.

Route 66 road trip

Apr 29, 2016
The Secret Language of the Heart - How to Use Music, Sound, and Vibration as Tools for Healing and Personal Transformation by Goldstein, Barry/ Dispenza, Joe, Dr. (FRW)

The Secret Language of the Heart - How to Use Music, Sound, and Vibration as Tools for Healing and Personal Transformation

Apr 29, 2016
Soldier, sister, spy, scout - women soldiers and patriots on the Western frontier by Enss, Chris, 1961- author.

Soldier, sister, spy, scout - women soldiers and patriots on the Western frontier

Apr 29, 2016
Worry-free living - trading anxiety for peace by Meyer, Joyce, 1943- author.

Worry-free living - trading anxiety for peace

Apr 29, 2016
A wilder life - a season-by-season guide to getting in touch with nature by Maddy, Celestine, author.

A wilder life - a season-by-season guide to getting in touch with nature

Shares hundreds of ideas for interacting with nature, from navigating by the stars and building an outdoor shelter to making dry shampoo and cultivating butterflies.

Apr 29, 2016
Healing Herbs for Women - A Guide to Natural Remedies by Soule, Deb/ Szwed, Susan (ILT)

Healing Herbs for Women - A Guide to Natural Remedies

Apr 29, 2016
God gave me you - the true story of love, loss, and a heaven-sent miracle by Seaman, Tricia.

God gave me you - the true story of love, loss, and a heaven-sent miracle

Terminal cancer patient Trish Somers asks oncology nurse Tricia Seaman to care for her son.

Apr 29, 2016
God is round - tackling the giants, villains, triumphs, and scandals of the world's favorite game by Villoro, Juan, 1956- author.

God is round - tackling the giants, villains, triumphs, and scandals of the world's favorite game

What was the greatest goal of all time? Why do the Hungarians have a more philosophical sense of defeat than the Mexicans? Do the dead play soccer? On a planet where FIFA has more members than the United Nations, Juan Villoro's examination of soccer and its 3.5 billion-person fandom has stakes beyond those of such playful questions. Soccer is more than just a game; it is a catalyst for panglobal unity and even, Villoro suggests, the "recovery of childhood."

Apr 29, 2016
Cured - Handcrafted Charcuteria & More by Wekselbaum, Charles

Cured - Handcrafted Charcuteria & More

Apr 29, 2016
Collected poems - 1950-2012 by Rich, Adrienne, 1929-2012, author.

Collected poems - 1950-2012

Apr 29, 2016
Chicken Soup for the Soul The Joy of Less - 101 Stories About Having More by Simplifying Our Lives by Newmark, Amy

Chicken Soup for the Soul The Joy of Less - 101 Stories About Having More by Simplifying Our Lives

Apr 29, 2016
The chew - an essential guide to cooking and entertaining by Archer, Ashley (EDT)

The chew - an essential guide to cooking and entertaining

Offers practical recipes and entertaining advice, as well as wit, wisdom, answers to viewer questions, and photos from the daytime television show, "The Chew."

Apr 29, 2016
Chasing heaven - what dying taught me about living by McVea, Crystal, author.

Chasing heaven - what dying taught me about living

The author recalls how, after her near-death visit to Heaven, her life changed and she embraced a life of love, faith, and passion in this world, and advises readers to adopt the path of faith in order to make the most of the time they have.

Apr 29, 2016