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COMPLETE BOOK OF SPORTFISHING
By Goran Cederberg
10 1/8 x 11 1/8 in. 284 pages. Hardcover. Over 300 full-color photographs and 200 drawings. This comprehensive volume is an in-depth guide for both the beginner and the experienced spotfisherman. It offers a wealth of information about fundamental and successful techniques of fishing, as well as a detailed history of the sport, the environment, and the biology of fish. It also instructs you how to make your own equipment and how to handle and prepare the fish once caught. Compiled by an international team of expert and skilled fisherman, this essential handbook is a unique source of information for new rod-and-reel adventures in both known and unknown waters.

Category: SPORTS & RECREATION, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
Retail Price $29.95
Your Price  $25.46
 

EROS: THE GOD OF LOVE IN LEGEND AND ART
By Irene Korn
8 13/16 x 11 3/4 in. (224 x 298mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 100 illustrations. Every Valentine's Day the image of Eros, generally represented as a winged cherub wielding a bow and arrow, graces thousands of greeting cards. But who is he, this well-worshipped and most-often represented god of classical antiquity This beautifully illustrated volume outlines the history of this mythical Greek divinity and presents over 100 full-color images of the god lof love - often known as Cupid - in paintings, scultptures, mosaics and the graphic arts, from the ancient world to the twentieth century. Accompanying these images are excerpts from the literature of the classical world, as well as love poems by some of history's greatest poets.

Category: ART, ART COLLECTIONS, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
Retail Price $17.95
Your Price  $15.26
 

ICONS & IDOLS
By Jack Mitchell
9 1/2 x 12 in. 260 pages. Hardcover. 160 duotone photographs. For thirty-five years, almost everyone who was anyone in the arts found themselves in New York City. This book distills the finest results of Mitchell's own artistic mission to portray the greatest actors, dancers, painters, composers, writers, choreographers, and musicians of the day. Mitchells' camera explored pop and classical artists alike, searching for the individual behind the work. His list of subjects is a crash course in late-twentieth-century art. This book is a compelling testament to one photographer's vision, making it a treasure for culture buffs and photography lovers alike.

Category: GENERAL INTEREST, ARTISTS, GIFT BOOKS
Retail Price $24.95
Your Price  $21.21
 

APPRECIATING FINE WINES
By Jim Budd
8 1/2 x 11 in. 160 pages. Hardcover. Over 290 full-color illustrations. This authoritative guide will provide all the information you need to make discerning choices about wine. Whether you want to decipher labels, select a particular producer, choose the right wine to go with food, or simply enjoy the variety of tastes available, this volume has all the answers. It will open up the wall facing you in the wine store and will take you on a tasting tour around the world's wine-producing centers. In addition to magnificent color photographs, comprehensive charts give concise information on each vineyard's climate, grapes, size, soil, and style of wines, plus expert quality and buying tips. With indications of price ranges and appraisals of the best producers and vintages, this volume stands as the essential, accessible guide to enjoying wine.

Category: FOOD & DRINK, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
Retail Price $19.95
Your Price  $16.96
 

ELLIS ISLAND: GATEWAY OF HOPE
By John Burdick
8 7/8 x 11 3/4 in. 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 120 full-color and archival illustrations. One half of the population of the United States today can trace their ancestry to immigrants processed in the shadow of the Statue of Liberty at New York's Ellis Island. Illuminated by portraits of the new arrivals themselves, this volume brings the immigrant experience to life with eloquent historical views of Ellis Island whose halls echoed with the voices of the millions who passed through on their way to build America's future. A complete history of this great national landmark is presented, highlighting various aspects of the whole process. With 123 full-color and archival photographs, this beautiful volume captures the spirit of the gateway to America and serves as a touching reminder of the brave "huddled masses" who left their homes for a new nation.

Category: AMERICANA, HISTORY, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
Retail Price $16.95
Your Price  $14.41
 

INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA
By Josepha Sherman
10 1/4 X 10 1/4 in. (260 x 260mm) 144 pages. Hardcover. Over 110 illustrations. This authoritative volume vividly describes the Native Americans who once inhabited every area of the United States. Captivating portraits of many tribes are presented on a region-by-region basis, covering every aspect of Native American life from examples of traditional dress to weaponry and artifacts. Through a concise text and 114 full-color photographs, this book portrays the majesty of tribal life, expressed in both full-dress traditional ceremonies and the high art of Native American crafts.

Category: PHOTOGRAPHY, GIFT BOOKS, GENERAL INTEREST, AMERICANA
Keywords: AMERICANA, NATIVE AMERICANS, INDIANS, TRIBES, TRIBAL
Retail Price $19.95
Your Price  $16.96
 

INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA
By Josepha Sherman
10 1/4 X 10 1/4 in. (260 x 260mm) 144 pages. Paperback. Over 110 illustrations. This authoritative volume vividly describes the Native Americans who once inhabited every area of the United States. Captivating portraits of many tribes are presented on a region-by-region basis, covering every aspect of Native American life from examples of traditional dress to weaponry and artifacts. Through a concise text and 114 full-color photographs, this book portrays the majesty of tribal life, expressed in both full-dress traditional ceremonies and the high art of Native American crafts.

Category: ALL TITLES, AMERICANA, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
Keywords: AMERICANA, NATIVE AMERICANS, INDIANS, TRIBES, TRIBAL
Retail Price $16.95
Your Price  $14.41
 

DINERS
By Karen Offitzer
8 13/16 x 11 3/4 in. (224 x 298mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 100 illustrations. More than just a place to grab a bite, the diner is an expression of the free-flowing American spirit, as generous as a bottomless cup of coffee and as welcoming as a flashing neon sign beckoning the traveler to "Eat Here Now." Experience the sights and sounds of the glorious diners of America through photographs and descriptions of diners of the past and present. You'll see neon lights and shiny silver buildings; chrome counter stools and rollicking juke boxes; signs, menus, and sturdy diner crockery; blue plate specials, hearty hamburgers, and sinful desserts. Here is a delightful pictorial celebration of this slice of American culture and history, presenting an entertaining and informative text served up in style with over 100 full-color and archival photographs, fine art reproductions, and diner memorabilia.

Category: AMERICANA, ARCHITECTURE, GENERAL INTEREST, GIFT BOOKS
Retail Price $16.95
Your Price  $14.41
 

FARMHOUSE COOKING
By Kathy Blake
8 13/16 x 11 3/4 in. (224 x 298mm) 144 pages. Hardcover. Over 100 illustrations. In every part of the country and in every season, cooking and sharing food is an integral part of hospitality and celebration. Here is a delightful collection of traditional dishes to feed the family year round, from summer picnics to cozy winter dinners. Arranged by seasons, it offers 100 tasty recipes and luscious full-color photographs that are sure to be a favorite souce and inspiration for many delicious family meals and a welcome gift for any cook, from novice to professional.

Category: GIFT BOOKS, GENERAL INTEREST, FOOD & DRINK, AMERICANA
Retail Price $16.95
Your Price  $14.41
 

SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS PAST, THE
By Linda Clement
8 13/16 x 11 3/4 in (224 x 298mm) 128 pages. Hardcover. Over 100 illustrations. It is hard to imagine that before the Victorian revival of Christmas there were no Christmas trees, no card-giving, few presents, no cakes, no sumptuous meals - in fact the occasion was hardly celebrated at all. This beautifully illustrated book takes a look at Christmas and how it has evolved. The ancient origins of the festival are explored as are the many customs and traditions. The part of the Victorians in shaping our Christmas is described in detail, including holiday decorations, food, drink, and games.

Category: RELIGION, GIFT BOOKS, GENERAL INTEREST
Retail Price $16.95
Your Price  $14.41
 


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