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Fix Your Garden - How to Make Small Spaces into Green Oases by Moseley, Jane/ Strachan, Jackie/ Rollet, Claire (ILT)

Fix Your Garden - How to Make Small Spaces into Green Oases

Jun 28, 2016
Fix your garden - how to make small spaces into green oases by Moseley, Jane, author.

Fix your garden - how to make small spaces into green oases

Jun 30, 2016
Fitting in by Thompson, Colin, 1942- author.

Fitting in

Jun 28, 2016
Fitting in by Thompson, Colin, 1942- author.

Fitting in

"The author shares his experiences of a late Asperger's diagnosis and a lifetime of not quite fitting in, inviting readers into the life and mind of an extraordinary man,"--NoveList.

Jun 30, 2016
Finishing school - a master class for knitters by Newton, Deborah.

Finishing school - a master class for knitters

"The word "finishing" fills many knitters, beginners and more experienced alike, with dread. Some even abandon projects at this stage, rather than complete the necessary steps to achieve beautiful, wearable garments. In Finishing School, master knitter and designer Deborah Newton, shares her expertise and love of (yes, love of) finishing with knitters of all skill levels. She takes them step by step through the ins and outs of blocking, seaming, edging and embellishments, giving knitting the con

Jun 27, 2016
Finding the flavors we lost - from bread to bourbon, how artisans reclaimed American food by Kuh, Patric, 1964- author.

Finding the flavors we lost - from bread to bourbon, how artisans reclaimed American food

"An award-winning restaurant critic for Los Angeles Magazine and a former restaurant cook profiles the major figures in the so-called artisanal food movement who brought exceptional taste back to food and inspired chefs and restaurateurs to redefine and rethink the way we eat,"--NoveList.

Jun 28, 2016
Figure drawing- design and invention by Hampton, Michael

Figure drawing- design and invention

Jun 28, 2016
Figure drawing - design and invention by Hampton, Michael (Art teacher), author.

Figure drawing - design and invention

Jun 30, 2016
Fighting cockpits - in the pilot's seat of great military aircraft from World War I to today by Nijboer, Donald, 1959- author.

Fighting cockpits - in the pilot's seat of great military aircraft from World War I to today

Jun 27, 2016
Fencing - skills, tactics, training by Sowerby, Andrew.

Fencing - skills, tactics, training

Provides techniques and photographs for different forms of competitive fencing, demonstrating basic movements, fighting techniques, footwork exercises, drills, and tactics to use against left-handed opponents.

Jun 28, 2016
Fencing - skills, tactics, training by Sowerby, Andrew.

Fencing - skills, tactics, training

Covers fencing techniques in a logical progression, from the absolute beginner to the advanced competition fencer. Fully illustrated with photographs showing technique sequences, correct positions, and competition situations.

Jun 30, 2016
Female and armed - a woman's guide to advanced situational awareness, concealed carry, and defensive shooting techniques by Finch, Lynne.

Female and armed - a woman's guide to advanced situational awareness, concealed carry, and defensive shooting techniques

In Female and Armed Lynne Finch offers an information-packed follow-up to her first book, Taking Your First Shot. Based on questions and requests from readers, this book addresses more advanced techniques for personal defense as well as range drills to help readers practice and hone those skills. It's important to know how to defend yourself, and Finch provides the building blocks necessary to successfully navigate some dangerous, real-life scenarios. Be it a carjacking, robbery, or home invasio

Jun 30, 2016
February house by Tippins, Sherill.

February house

This volume presents the story of an extraordinary experiment in communal living, one involving young but already iconic writers--and the country's best-known burlesque performer--in a house in Brooklyn during 1940 and 1941. It was a fevered yearlong party fueled by the appetites of youth and by the shared sense of urgency to take action as artists in the months before America entered the war. In spite of the sheer intensity, the house was for its residents a creative crucible. Carson McCullers'

Jun 24, 2016
Fast favorites under pressure by Laurence, Meredith, author.

Fast favorites under pressure

"Over 100 recipes prefected (sic) for 4-quart pressure cookers."--Cover.

Jun 29, 2016
Fashion is freedom - a girl from Tehran and her rise to the runway by Raassi, Tala, author.

Fashion is freedom - a girl from Tehran and her rise to the runway

Jun 30, 2016
Farm tractors - a complete illustrated history by Williams, Michael, 1935- author.

Farm tractors - a complete illustrated history

Jun 30, 2016
Famous Nathan - a family saga of Coney Island, the American dream, and the search for the perfect hot dog by Handwerker, Lloyd, author.

Famous Nathan - a family saga of Coney Island, the American dream, and the search for the perfect hot dog

"Beginning with just five feet of counter space on Coney Island in 1916, Nathan's Famous - based on the basic principles of quality ingredients, hard work and a price everyone could afford -soon stretched across the globe, launching the hotdog as an American food staple and Nathan Handwerker to national fame. But the story behind the dog is even tastier ... Fleeing Eastern Europe as the shadow of WWI looms large with nothing but twenty dollars in his socks, Nathan arrives in New York with the in

Jun 24, 2016
Family Photography Now by Howarth, Sophie/ Mclaren, Stephen

Family Photography Now

Jun 30, 2016
Face value - the hidden ways beauty shapes women's lives by Whitefield-Madrano, Autumn, author.

Face value - the hidden ways beauty shapes women's lives

"Part social commentary, part cultural analysis, part careful investigation and part powerful personal anecdotes, a provocative book explores the relationship between appearance and science, social media, sex, friendship, language and advertising to show how beauty actually affects us day to day,"--NoveList.

Jun 24, 2016
F is for France - a curious cabinet of French wonders by Eatwell, Piu Marie, author.

F is for France - a curious cabinet of French wonders

"Exploring a culture filled with arcane laws, historical incidents, and bizarre paradoxes, Piu Eatwell's follow up to her award-winning and critically acclaimed myth-buster They Eat Horses, Don't They is a delightful exploration of France's quirky, literary, and culinary heritage. From absinthe and catacombs to former French soccer player Zinedine Zidane, Eatwell leaves no stone unturned, taking readers off the beaten path to explore the kind of information that gets missed in guidebooks and 'of

Jun 30, 2016