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· AGAINST NATURE (Б REBOURS)/ Joris-Karl Huysmans Translated by Robert Baldick with Intro and Notes by Patrick McGuinness/0140447636/$14.00. · THE ALEPH AND OTHER STORIES/Jorgй Luis Borges/ Translated by Andrew Hurley/0142437883/$14.00. · AROUND THE WORLD IN EIGHTY DAYS/Jules Verne/ Translated by Michael Glencross with Intro by Brian Aldiss/ 014044906X/$10.00/First time in Penguin Classics. · BRIGHTON ROCK/Graham Greene/Centennial edition/ Intro by J. M. Coetzee/0142437972/$15.00.
· DADDY LONG-LEGS AND DEAR ENEMY/Jean Webster/Edited with notes and intro by Elaine Showalter/0143039067/$13.00/Only edition combining the two novels. · DEAD SOULS/Nicolas Gogol/0140448071/$12.00/ Translated with an Introduction and Notes by Robert A. Maguire/Revised Edition. · DEERBROOK/Harriet Martineau/Edited with an Intro and Notes by Valerie Sanders/0141439394/$16.00/July 2005. In the tradition of Jane Austen, a vivid portrait of domestic relationships and village life.
· BUDDHIST SCRIPTURES/Edited by Donald S. Lopez, Jr./ 014044758X/$16.00/New selection of writings with some in English for the first time. Replaces previous Conze edition.
· DON JUAN/Lord Bryon/Edited by T. G. Steffan, E. Steffan, and W.W. Pratt and Intro by Susan Wolfson and Peter J. Manning/0140424520/$16.00.
· CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS/Rudyard Kipling/Intro by John Seeyle/0142437719/$12.00. · CITY OF GOD/St. Augustine/Translated by Henry Bettenson/0140448942/$16.00. · CLOTEL, OR THE PRESIDENT"S DAUGHTER/ William Wells Brown/Edited with Intro and Notes by M. Giulia Fabi/0142437727/$11.00/First published in London in 1853.
· THE DREAMS IN THE WITCH HOUSE and OTHER WEIRD STORIES/H. P. Lovecraft/Edited with Intro and Notes by S.T. Joshi/0142437956/$15.00. · EGIL'S SAGA/Translated by Bernard Scudder & Edited with an Intro by Svanhildur Уskarsdуttir/0140447709/$15.00. · EZRA POUND: EARLY WRITINGS/Edited with an Intro and Notes by Ira Nadel/0142180130/$15.00.
· THE COMMEDIANS/Graham Greene/Intro by Paul Theroux/014303919/$15.00
· FORTY STORIES/Donald Barthelme with Intro by Rick Moody/0142437816/$14.00.
· THE COMPLETE PLAYS/Christopher Marlowe/ Edited by Frank Romany and Robert Lindsey/0140436332/$15.00. · COMPLETE SHORT STORIES OF GRAHAM GREENE/ 0143039105/$16.00. · THE END OF THE AFFAIR/Graham Greene/Centennial edition/Intro by Michael Gorra/0142437980/$14.00.
· GISLIS SURSSON'S SAGA AND THE SAGA OF THE PEOPLE OF EYRI/ Translated by Martin Regal and Judy Quinn, Edited by Versteinn Olason/ 0140447725/$14.00. · GUERMANTE'S WAY/Marcel Proust/Newly translated by Mark Treharne/0143039229 /$17.00/June 2005. · THE HEART OF THE MATTER/Graham Greene/Centennial edition/Intro by James Wood/0142437999/$15.00.
· THE IDIOT/Fyodor Dostoyevsky/Newly Translated by David McDuff, Intro by William Mills Todd III/014044792X/$12.00. · IN THE SHADOW OF YOUNG GIRLS IN FLOWER/Marcel Proust/Translated with an Introduction by James Grieve/ 014309075/$17.00.
· A PARISIAN AFFAIR & OTHER STORIES/Guy de Maupassant/0140448128/Translated, Intro, Notes by Sian Miles. · PETALS OF BLOOD/Ngugi wa Thiong'o/Introduction by Moses Isegawa of USC/0143039172/$15.00.
· THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU/H.G.Wells/Introduction by Margaret Atwood, Edited by Patrick Parrinder, Notes by Steven/014144102X/$9.00/July 2005. · JOHN CLARE: SELECTED POEMS/Edited by Geoffrey Summerfield, New York University/014043724X/$15.00/ Nature poetry based on the original manuscripts. · KRISHNA:THE BEAUTIFUL LEGEND OF GOD/ Newly Translated by Edwin Bryant of Rutgers/0140447997/$16.00. · LA VITA NUOVA/Dante/0140449477/$11.00/Translated with a New Intro and other material by Barbara Reynolds. · THE LETTERS OF ABELARD AND HELOISE/Translated by Betty Radice/0140448993/$14.00/Revised and updated. · A LIFE IN LETTERS/Anton Chekhov/Translated with Notes and Intro by Rosamund Bartlett and Anthony Phillips/ 0140449221/$15.00/Includes new material from the Russian archives.
· Peter Pan/J. M. Barrie with Intro by Jack Zipes of the University of Minnesota/014243793X/$9.00. · THE PORTABLE GRAHAM GREENE/Edited and with an Intro by Philip Stratford/0143039180/$20.00. · THE PORTABLE PETRARCH/Translated by Mark Musa/ 0142437840/$17.00. · THE PORTABLE SHAKESPEARE/Edited by Stephen Orgel/0142437948/$18.00/Contains nine complete plays, scenes, poems, glossary, and introductions. · THE PORTABLE MARK TWAIN/New edition/Edited and with an Intro by Tom Quirk./0142437751/$17.00. · THE PRIVATE JOURNAL OF WILLIAM REYNOLDS/ William Reynolds/Edited with an Intro and Notes by Nathaniel Philbrick and Thomas Philbrick/0143039059/ $15.00/Never before published sailor's journal of the U.S. Exploring Expedition of 1838-1842.
· THE MAN WITHIN/Graham Greene/Intro by Jonathan Yardley/014303921/$14.00.
· THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LOVE/Sigmund Freud/Newly Translated by Shaun Whiteside/0142437468/$14.00.
· MAN WHO CRIED I AM/John Tyreman Williams/ 1585675806/$14.95. Novel of expatriate African American written in Europe in 1965--in the tradition of James Baldwin. · THE MAN WHO HAD ALL THE LUCK/Arthur Miller/ 0142437867/$11.00.
· THE QUIET AMERICAN/Graham Greene/Centennial edition/Intro by Robert Stone/0143039024/$14.00. · REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK FARM/Kate Douglas Wiggin/Edited with an Intro by Susan K Harris and Notes by Shawn Thomson/0143039202/$12.00/May 2005.
· METAMORPHOSES/Ovid/Newly Translated by David Raeburn/014044789X/$11.00. · THE MINISTRY OF FEAR/Graham Greene/Centennial edition/Intro by Alan Furst/0143030113/$14.00. · THE NICOMACHEAN ETHICS/Aristotle/ Translated by J. A. K.Thomson, Revised with Notes and Appendices by Hugh Tredennick, Intro and Bibliography by Jonathan Barnes/ 0140449493/$11.00.
· SENTIMENTAL EDUCATION/Gustave Flaubert/Translated by Robert Baldick/Revised with Intro and Notes by Geoffrey Wall/0140447970/$8.00. · THE SHOOTING PARTY/Anton Chekhov/New translation of Chekhov's only novel by Ronald Wilks with Intro by John Sutherland/0140448985/$13.00. · TRAVELS WITH MY AUNT/Graham Greene/Centennial edition/Intro by Gloria Emerson/ 0143039008/$15.00.
· ORIENT EXPRESS/Graham Greene/Centennial edition/ Intro by Christopher Hitchens/ 0142437913/$15.00. · OROONOKO/Aphra Behn with Intro by Janet Todd/ 0140439889/$9.00. · OUR NIG or SKETCHES FROM THE LIFE OF A FREE BLACK/Harriet E.Wilson/Edited with Intro and Notes by P. Gabrielle Foreman and Reginald Pitts/0142437778/$12.00.
· SODOM AND GOMORRAH/Marcel Proust/Newly Translated by John Sturrock/0670033480/$29.95/HC/Covers the theme of homosexual love and sexual jealousy. · THE STORM/Daniel Defoe/Edited with an Intro & Notes by Richard Hamblyn/0141439920/$14.00. · STORM OF STEEL/Ernst Jьnger/0142437905/$15.00/Newly translated by Michael Hoffman/Winner of the 9th Annual Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize.
· STUDIES IN HYSTERIA/Sigmund Freud/Newly Translated by · THE AMERICAN/Henry James/Afterword by Leon Edel and
Nicola Luckhurst/0142437492/$14.00.
New Intro/0451529669/$7.95.
· SWANN'S WAY/Marcel Proust/Newly Translated by Lydia Davis and a finalist for the French American Foundation's translation prize/0142437964. · TA HSUEH AND CHUNG YUNG/Translated by Andrew Plaks from Princeton with Preface by Xinzhong Yao, Univesity of Wales/0140447849/$14.00/Two canonical Confucian texts for the first time in Penguin Classics. · TESTAMENT OF YOUTH/Vera Brittan/Intro by Mark Bostridge/0143039237/$17.00. · THИRESE RAQUIN/Emile Zola/Newly Translated with Intro and Notes by Robin Buss/140449442/$11.00. · THE THIRTY-NINE STEPS/John Buchan with Intro by John Keegan/0141441178 /$9.00/Spy thriller in Scotland. · THREE REVENGE TRAGEDIES/Edited with an Intro by GaЇ mini SalgaЇ do/0141441240/$13.00/Includes The Revenger's Tragedy,The White Devil, and The Changeling. · THE TIME MACHINE/H.G.Wells/Intro by Marina Warner; Notes by Steve Maclean; Edited by Patrick Parrinder/ 0141439971/$9.00. · TONO-BUNGAY/H.G.Wells/Intro and Notes by Edward Mendelson, Edited by Patrick Parrinder/0141441119/$14.00/ July 2005. · UNDER FIRE/Henri Barbusse/0143039040/$14.00/Newly translated by Robin Buss, Into by Jay Winter. Shortlisted for the 9th Annual Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize. · A UNIVERSAL HISTORY OF INIQUITY/Jorgй Luis Borges Translated by Andrew Hurley/0142437891/$12.00/Stories from the Orient, the Islamic world and the West. · THE UPANISADS/Newly Translated by Valerie J. Roebuck/ 0140447490/$13.00. · A VINDICATION OF THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN/Mary Wollstonecraft/Revised edition with Notes and Intro by Miriam Brody/0141441259/$11.00. · VOLPONE AND OTHER PLAYS/Ben Jonson/Edited with an Intro by Michael Jamieson/0141441186/$12.00. Includes Volpone,The Chemist, and Bartholomew Fair. · THE WAR OF THE WORLDS/H.G.Wells/Intro by Brian Aldiss; Notes by Andy Sawyer; Edited by Patrick Parrinder/ 01414410381/$7.00. SIGNET CLASSICS · AESOP'S FABLES/Edited by Jack Zipes/New Intro by Samuel Pickering/0451529537/$4.95/Over 200 fables.
· ARISTOPHANES: COMPLETE PLAYS/Newly Translated by Paul Roche/0451214099/$16.00. · A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN King Arthur'S COURT/ Mark Twain/Intro by Leland Krauth and Afterward by Edward Reiss/0451529588/$4.95. · THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO/Alexandre Dumas/ With a new Introduction by Roger Celestin/0451529707/ $6.95. · DIARY OF A MADMAN AND OTHER STORIES/Nikolai Gogol/Newly Translated and with an Afterword by Priscilla Meyer/0451529545/$5.95/Includes The Nose, The Carriage, The Overcoat and Taras Bulba. · EVANGELINE AND SELECTED TALES AND POEMS/ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow/Revised and with a new Intro by Horace Gregory and preface by Edward M. Cifelli/ 0451529650/$5.95. · FATHERS AND SONS/Ivan Turgenev/New Introduction/ 0451529693/$6.95. · FOUR PLAYS (Lysistrata,Women in Parliament,The Frogs, Plutus)/Aristophanes/Newly Translated by Paul Roche/ 0451529316/$6.95. · IT CAN'T HAPPEN HERE/Sinclair Lewis/New Intro by Michael Meyer/0451529294/$7.95/A timely cautionary tale about the rise of facism in the U.S. · NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND/Fyodor Dostoyesvsky/Translated by Andrew McAndrew with a New Intro by Ben Marcus/0451529553/$4.95. · PИRE GORIOT/Honorй de Balzac/Translated by Henry Reed and with a New Introduction by Peter Brooks/ 0451529596/$4.95. · THE SIGNET BOOK OF SHORT PLAYS/0451529642/ Edited by M. Jerry Weiss/$5.95/Includes works from Kia Corthron, Daisey Foote, Horton Foote, Susan Glasepll, Greg Gunning, David Ives,William Saroyen, Shel Silverstein, Gore Vidal,Wendy Wasserstein,Thornton Wilder, and Tennesse Williams. · THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON/Johann David Wyss and a new Intro by J. Hillis Miller/0451529618/$4.95. · THE TRAVELS OF MARCO POLO/Edited with an Intro by Milton Rugoff and a new Afterword by Howard Mittlemark 0451529510/$6.95. · YOUNG LONIGAN/James T. Farrell/New Intro by Pete Hamill/0451529138/$7.95.
HENRY IV--PARTS I & II1594480109/$10.00/PB.
· JOHN BERRYMAN SELECTED POEMS/Editor Kevin Young/1931082693/$20.00/LOA American poets Project. · THE EMPEROR'S BABE/Bernardine Evaristo/ 0142001716/$14.00/Novel-in-verse of Londoners with heroine of African descent.
Julius Caesar/1594480788/$10.00/PB. MACBETH/1594480087/$10.00/PB. A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHT DREAM/1594480095/ $10.00/PB/ Full text with revisions by Bloom.
· HUM/Ann Lauterbach/0143034960/$18.00/PB/Poet is Professor of Language and Literature at Bard. · EMMA LAZARUS: SELECTED POEMS/1931082774/ $20.00/LOA American Poets Project. · AMY LOWELL: SELECTED POEMS/Editor Honor Moore/ 19310182707/$20.00/LOA American Poets Project. · POEMS OF MARIANNE MOORE/Edited by Grace Schulman/0143039083/$20.00/PB/The complete collection edited by prize-winning poet, including more than a hundred poems previously uncolleted and unpublished. · MYSTERY, SO LONG/Stephen Dobyns/0143034626/$16.00/ PB. · NEW PENGUIN BOOK OF romantic poetry/Edited by Jessica and Jonathan Wordsworth/0140589341/$20.00/PB. · POETS OF THE CIVIL WAR/Edited by J.D. McClatchy/ 1931082766/$20.00/LOA American Poets Project. · SELECTED POEMS OF WILLIAM WORDSWORTH/Edited with an Introduction by Stephen Gill/0140424423/$12.00/ From the new Penguin Classics poetry program. · RIDING THE EARTHBOY 4/James Welch/0143034391/ $16.00/PB/Nov 2004/Only volume of poetry from Native American writer Welch with a New Intro by James Tate.
OTHELLO/1594480761/$10.00/PB. THE TEMPEST/159448077X/$10.00/PB. · KING JOHN/HENRY VIII/William Shakespeare/New critical essays and Intro by Sylvan Barnet/0451529235/$5.95. · LOVE'S LABOR'S LOST/William Shakespeare/04515429502 $4.95/New overview of Shakespeare's life and new critical essay. · TITUS ANDRONICUS AND TIMON OF ATHENS/William Shakespeare/Edited by Sylvan Barnet and Maurice Charney/ 0451529561/$5.95. · COMPLETE PELICAN SHAKESPEARE/Edited by Stephen Orgel and A.R. Braunmuller/0141000589/$65.00/HC. · THE PORTABLE SHAKESPEARE/Edited by Stephen Orgel/ 0142437948/$18.00/PB. · SHAKESPEARE BY ANOTHER NAME/Mark Anderson/ 1592401031/$29.00/HC/Biography of Oxford. SPECIAL EDITIONS · SHORT STORIES IN GERMAN: New Penguin Parellel Text/Ernst Zillekens ed./0140265422/$12.00/PB/8 stories, with parellel translations, offers students of German the opportunity to enjoy wide range of contemporary literature.
· WESTERN ART/Debora Greger/0143034219/$18.00/PB.
· STRUCTURE OF THE WORLD COMPARED TO A BUBBLE/Anne Waldman/0143034200/$18.00/PB/Inspired by the Stupa of Borobudur in Java, an architectural wonder. · WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS SELECTED POEMS/Edited by Robert Pinsky/1931082715/$20.00/HC/Library of America American Poets Project. · Walt Whitman:THE COMPLETE POEMS/Edited with an Introductory Note by Francis Murphy/0140424512/$17.00/PB SHAKESPEARE
· ALL THAT IS GONE/Pramoedya Ananta Toer/0143034464/ $14.00/PB. · THE BALLAD OF JOHNNY SOSA/Mario Delgado Aparain/ 1585676047/$12.95/PB/Author depicts a young black musician trying to make it in a small town in Uruguay. · BEIJING DOLL/Chun Sue/Translated by Howard Goldblatt/ 1594480206/$14.00/PB/ Autobiographical novel of 18 year old girl in China's rock and roll subculture ­ banned in China for its candid exploration of sexual awakening.The author lives in China.
· Harold Bloom SHAKESPEARE EDITIONS-NEW SERIES with commentary from Bloom's Shakespeare:The Invention of the Human.
· A BIT ON THE SIDE/William Trevor/067003343X/$24.95/ HC/New story collection featuring tales of urban and rural life.
· EVERY INCH OF HER/Peter Sheridan/0142004340/$14.00/ PB/Fiction debut from Irish author Peter Sheridan, who wrote 44: Dublin Made Me and 47 Roses.
· SHADOW OF THE WIND/Carlos Ruiz Zafуn/0143034901 $15.00/PB/A boy's magical journey through the secrets and shadows of postwar Barcelona.
· ELIZABETH COSTELLO/J. M. Coetzee/0142004812/$14.00/ PB/A professor's life is told through a series of formal addresses. · FAIRY TALES/ Hans Christian Andersen/Translated by Tina Nunnally, edited by Jackie Wultschlager/0670033774/$27.95 HC/New selection of 30 tales. · GOD'S MOUNTAIN/Erri de Luca/1573229601/$12.95/PB/A young Italian man's summer of discovery.
· WOMEN WITH BIG EYES/Angeles Mastretta/Translated by Amy Schildhouse Greenberg/1594480400/$14.00/PB/ Collection of stories, including Spanish text from Mexican author. MULTICULTURAL FICTION · ALL OVER CREATION/Ruth Ozeki/0142003891/$14.00/PB/ A Japanese American prodigal daughter returns to her family's Idaho potato farm. Author of My Year of Meats.
· HARMONY SILK FACTORY/Tash Aw/157322300X/$24.95/ HC/An authentic Malaysian voice to remap the literary landscape of Conrad, Maugham, and Burgess.
· ALOFT/Chang-rae Lee/1594480702/$14.00/PB/Novel set in New York about the American dream by the author of Native Speaker and A Gesture Life.
· HOW I BECAME STUPID/Martin Page/Translated by Adrianna Hunter/0142004952/$13.00/PB/Pop culture farce by one of France's newest writers.
· CROSSING CALIFORNIA/Adam Langer/1594480018/ $14.00/PB/Three Jewish families and their teenagers on either side of the street dividing upper and middle-class Chicago.
· INTERIOR CASTLE/Teresa of Avila/Intro and Translation by Mirabai Starr/1594480052/$14.00/PB. · THE KITE RUNNER/Khaled Hosseini/1594480001/$14.00/ PB/Best selling novel which takes place in Afghanistan during the last days of the monarchy. · LIFE WITH AN IDIOT/Victor Erofeyev/014023621X/$15.00/ PB/Collection of stories from 1978-1990 by one of Russia's most controversial authors. · LINKS/Nuruddin Farah/0143034847/$14.00/PB/Literary novel set in Somalia. · A LONG, LONG WAY/Sebastian Barry/ 0670033804/$24.95 HC/ Irish author and playwright, Sebastian Barry, creates a powerful new novel about divided loyalties and the realities of war. · LOOT and OTHER STORIES/Nadine Gordimer/ 0142004685/$14.00/PB/Ten new stories.
· DRINKING COFFEE ELSEWHERE/Z. Z. Packer/ 1573223786/$14.00/PB/Short Stories of young black experience.The most acclaimed literary debut of the year. · FOR MATRIMONIAL PURPOSES/Kavita Daswani/ 0452285526/$13.00/PB/Novel about living in New York while pursuing arranged marriage in Bombay, thwarted at all turns. · IN FULL BLOOM/Caroline Hwang/0452284880/$13.00/PB/ Tale of Korean mother-daughter bond and life in the fashion world. Set in New York. · SNAKES AND EARRINGS/Hitomi Kanehara/0525948899/ $16.95/PB/May 2005/Edgy and electrifying, story of a young girl's descent into the amoral and seductive underbelly of Tokyo. Youngest author ever to win Japan's prestigious Akutagawa Prize. · TRANSMISSION/Hari Kunzru/0452286514/$14.00/PB/An Indian programmer, thwarted in his plans to make his fortune in the U.S., unleashes a killer virus.
· OH, PLAY THAT THING/Roddy Doyle/0670033618/$24.95/ HC/Sequel to A Star Called Henry. Follows Henry Smart to the U.S. in the 1920s. · PRINCE AND OTHER MODERN FABLES/Rabindranath Tagore/0143335707/$10.00/PB.
SHORT STORIES/ESSAYS · CHARLIE CHAN IS DEAD 2: At Home in the World/ Edited with an Intro by Jessica Hagedorn, Preface by Elaine Kim/0142003905/$18.00/PB/An anthology of contemporary Asian American fiction/Uupdated with 80% new material.
· THE RICE MOTHER/Rani Manicka/0142004545/$14.00/PB/ Multigenerational epic set in Malaysia spanning WWII and the Japanese occupation. · SOMEONE I LOVED/Anna Gavalda/1594480419/$14.00/PB. · STRAIT IS THE GATE/Andrй Gide/1585676055/$13.95/PB.
· ONCE UPON A CHILDHOOD/Edited by Barbara Solomon & Eileen Panetta/0451212967/$14.00/PB/Authors tell stories and memoirs of growing up in America, including Rebecca Walker and T. C. Boyle. · FLIGHTS/Al Sarrantonio/0451459776/$24.95/HC/Short story anthology of literary fantasy.
· HOW I LEARNED TO COOK/Margo Perin/1585422916/ $14.95/PB/Collection of writings on complex mother-daughter relationships, featuring popular and emerging writers. · STORIES FROM THE BLUE MOON CAFE II:The American South in Stories, Essays, and Poetry/Sonny Brewer/ 0451210425/$14.00/PB. · WOMEN WRITE: Mosaic Of Women's Voices in Fiction, Poetry, Memoir and Essays/Edited by Susan Cahill/ 0451211219/$14.00/PB/Wide-ranging writings from fifty-one classic and modern women. POPULAR FICTION/NONFICTION · L'AFFAIRE/Diane Johnson/0452285631/$14.00/PB/California girl goes to France to have an affair. By the author of Le Mariage and Le Divorce. · AUTHOR, AUTHOR/David Lodge/0670033499/$24.95/HC/ Account of Henry James's last illness and literary and theatrical life in Victorian England. · CHANGE BABY/June Spence/1573222860/$23.95/HC/ Debut novel of a young woman's return to her Southern roots. · DREAM JUNGLE/Jessica Hagedorn/0142001090/$14.00/PB/ New novel from Filipina writer. · DROP CITY/T. C. Boyle/0142003808/$14.00/PB/A California utopian commune relocates to Alaska with complications. · FINDING CARUSO/Kim Barnes/0425193934/$14.00/ PB/Tale of two brothers in 1950s drought-stricken Oklahoma.
· ME AND ORSON WELLES/Robert Kaplow/0143035223/ $13.00/Coming of age story evoking Broadway in its heyday. · MERMAID CHAIR/Sue Monk Kidd/0670033944/$24.95/HC/ New from the author of The Secret Life of Bees. · MIRACLE GIRL/Keith Scribner/1594480133/$14.00/PB/Small town undergoes changes when a vision proves to be a miracle girl/Author teaches at Oregon State University. · MY FATHER HAD A DAUGHTER/Grace Tiffany/ 0425196380/$13.00/PB/Historical novel about Judith Shakespeare. · OCTOPUSSY AND THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS/Ian Fleming/ 0142003298/$13.00/PB/James Bond thriller. · PARASITES LIKE US/Adam Johnson/0142004774/$14.00/PB/ Apocalyptic novel about a prehistoric nightmare reaching out across the ages. · RIVER SEASON/Jim Black/0142004448/$12.00/PB/Touching story of a white teenager and black man who strike up a bond while fishing in a small Texas town. · ROSEBOROUGH/Jane Roberts Wood/0452285496/$14.00/ PB/Novel set in small-town Texas about single-parenting and a runaway. · ST. URSULA'S GIRLS AGAINST THE ATOMIC BOMB/ Valerie Hurley/0452285690/$13.00/PB/Dec 2004/Tale of rebellion at a Catholic girl's academy by one student who converts to Judaism. · SYMPTOMATIC/Danzy Senna/1594480672/$13.00/PB/New from the author of Caucasia.
· HEAVENLY DAYS/James Wilcox/0142004901/$14.00/PB/ Louisiana writer's latest novel about the South. · THE INNER CIRCLE/T. C. Boyle/0670033448/$25.95/HC/ Love story dealing with sex researcher Alfred Kinsey. · THE JANE AUSTEN BOOK CLUB/Karen Joy Fowler/ 0452286530/$14.00/PB/Comic novel­exuberantly pays homage to and matches wits with Jane Austen. · THE LADY AND THE UNICORN/Tracy Chevalier/ 0452285453/$14.00/PB.
· TILT/Elizabeth Burns/0425195929/$13.00/PB/Mother and family cope with an autistic daughter and life's challenges. Author won the Academy of American Poets award. · TRUE CROSS/T. R. Pearson/0142004782/$14.00/PB/A portrayal of Southern small-town life. · THE WELL OF LOST PLOTS/Jasper Fforde/0143934359/ $14.00/PB/Third installment in the adventures of crime solver Thursday Next. DRAMA/FILM/JOURNALISM
· LAND THAT MOVES, LAND THAT STANDS STILL/Kent Nelson/014200460X/$14.00/PB/Literary fiction set in South Dakota about three uncommon women on an alfalfa ranch. · A LONG WAY DOWN/Nick Hornby/1573223026/$24.95/ HC/A novel about suicide that is, oddly, full of life/June 2005.
· BACKSTORY: Inside the Business of News/Ken Auletta/ 0143034634/$15.00/PB. · CITY ROOM/Arthur Gelb/0425198316/$17.95/PB/Insightful memoir of over half a century by a leading figure of the NY Times.
· THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN/Ian Fleming/ 014200328X/$13.00/PB/James Bond thriller.
· EXTREME DV AT USED-CAR PRICES/Rick Schmidt/ 0142004359/$17.00/PB/How to make a digital video feature for under $3,000 by author of Feature Filmmaking at Used-Car Prices.
· FREE CULTURE/Lawrence Lessig/0143034650/$15.00/PB/ Landmark manifesto about the genuine closing of the American Stanford Law School professor and copywright guru. · KAUFMAN AND CO: Broadway Comedies/George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber/Edited by Laurence Masion/ 1931082677/$35.00/HC/Library of America/Nine classic comedies from George Kaufman and Edna Ferber. · LEW HUNTER'S SCREENWRITING 434/Lew Hunter/ 0399529861/$14.95/PB/New Intro. · THE POWER OF THE ACTOR/Ivana Chubbuck/ 1592400701/$27.50/HC.
· RAKKETY TAM/Brian Jacques/0399237259/$23.00/HC/ Latest tale from Redwall. · SPIRIT LINE/David and Aimee Thurlo/0670036455/$15.99/ HC/A Navajo girl deals with life at a modern high school and her Navajo identity. Authors are known for the poular Ella Clah mystery series. · THE TWELVE LITTLE CAKES/Dominka Dery/1573222836/ $24.95/HC/Memoir of a girl growing up in 1970s Prague. · WORMWOOD/G. P.Taylor/0399242570/$16.99/HC/By the author of Shadowmancer. WRITING
· RIVER OF SHADOWS/Rebecca Solnit/0142004103/$15.00/ PB/The story of Eadweard Muybridge, the man who made the motion picture possible. Includes black and white photos. · SCREENWRITING IS STORYTELLING/Kate Wright/ 039953024X/$14.95/PB/Author teaches at UCLA film school. · SHORT FILMS 101/Frederick Levy/0399529497/$14.95/PB/ Step by step guide to shooting and promoting your short film. Author teaches at USC and UCLA. FANTASY/SCIENCE FICTION · THE BRILLIANCE OF THE MOON/Lian Hearn/1573222704/$24.95/HC/Book three of The Tales of the Otori, the international bestselling fantasy series set in Japan.
· 78 REASONS WHY YOUR BOOK MAY NEVER BE PUBLISHED AND 14 REASONS WHY IT JUST MIGHT/Pat Walsh/0143035657/$13.00/PB/The author is a founding editor of independent press, Macdam/Cage. · EATS, SHOOTS & LEAVES:The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation/Lynne Truss, Foreword by Frank McCourt/ 1592400876/$17.50/HC/International bestseller and hilarious guide to punctuation. · THE PRACTICAL WRITER: From Inspiration to Publication/Therese Eiben & Mary Gannon eds. with the staff of Poets & Writers Magazine/0142004006/$14.00/PB. · WOE IS I/Patricia O'Conner/1594480060/$13.00/PB/New, Expanded edition.
· CHANGING PLANES/Ursula K. Le Guin/044101156X/ $14.00/PB/The latest short story collection from the multiward winning grand dame of science fiction. · GRASS FOR HIS PILLOW/Lian Hearn/1594480036/$14.00/ PB/Book two of The Tales of the Otori, set in medieval Japan. · IN THE FORESTS OF SERRE/Patricia McKillip/0441011578/ $14.00/PB/Fantasy retelling the Russian legend of the firebird. · JOHN VARLEY READER/0441011950/$14.00/PB Thirty years of short fiction from the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author. · MASTERPIECES/Orson Scott Card/0441011330/$14.00/PB/ Anthology of the best science fiction short stories of the 20th century. NEUROMANCER/William Gibson/0441012035/$25.00/ HC//20th anniversary edition with New Intrduction.
MEMOIR/BIOGRAPHY/AUTOBIOGRAPHY · FAT GIRL/Judith Moore/1594630097/$21.95/Mar 2005/ "Book of painful and ferocious eloquence."­Robert Haas. · Frank Lloyd Wright/Ada Louise Huxtable/ 0670033421/$19.95/HC/Penguin Lives Biography of the great master architect. · HER HUSBAND/Diane Middlebrook/0142004871/$15.00/ PB/Portrait of the marriage of poets Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath. · JANE AUSTEN/Carol Shields/0143035169/$13.00/PB/ Jane Austen gets the biography she deserves from Pulitzer Prizewinning author, Carol Shields. · THE JOURNEY OF CRAZY HORSE: A Lakota History/ Joseph M. Marshall III/0670033553/$24.95/HC/Author of The Lakota Way chronicles the life of Crazy Horse.
young adult literature · FAT KID RULES THE WORLD/K. L. Going/0142402087/ $5.99/PB/Two unlikely friends save each other. Newbery Honor Award.
· MARTIN LUTHER/Martin Marty/0670032727/$19.95/HC/ Penguin Lives Biography. · LEONARDO DA VINCI/Sherwin B. Nuland/0670033456/ $25.95/HC/New biography drawing on original translations of Leonardo's notebooks and new accounts.
· LUCREZIA BORGIA/Sarah Bradford/0670033537/$27.95/ HC/Nov 2004/Based on contemporary documents and firsthand accounts, Bradford exposes life, love, and death in Renaissance Italy. · MAYADA, DAUGHTER OF IRAQ/Jean Sasson/0451212924/ $13.95/PB/Woman's survival in Iraq under Saddam Hussein.
· THE PRESIDENT OF GOOD AND EVIL:The Ethics of George W. Bush/Peter Singer/0452286220/$14.00/PB. · THE RIGHT NATION: Conservative Power in America/ John Micklethwait & Adrian Wooldridge/0143035398/$16.00/ PB/May 2005/U.S. conservative movement seen in 3 parts, history, anatomy, prophecy by writers from The Economist.
· SCRIBBLING THE CAT:Travels with an African Soldier/ Alexandra Fuller/1594200165/$24.95/HC. · THURA'S DIARY/Thura al-Windawi/0670058866/$15.99/ HC/First-person account of the 19-year-old author's life in Baghdad during the current war. · WEDGWOOD/Brian Dolan/0670033464/$24.95/HC/Life of Josiah Wedgwood and the fortune he amassed.
· THE SACK OF ROME: How a Beautiful European Country with a Fabled History and a Storied Culture Was Taken Over by a One-Time Cruise-Ship Singer with Ties to the Mafia Named Silvio Berlusconi/ Alexander Stille/159420053X/ $24.95/HC/July 2005. · THEY WOULD NEVER HURT A FLY:War Criminals on Trial in The Hague/Slavenka Drakulic/0143035428/$15.00/ PB/July 2005.
CURRENT EVENTS · AMERICAN DYNASTY: Aristocracy, Fortune and the Politics of Deceit in the House of Bush/Kevin Phillips/ 0143034316/ $15.00/PB · COLOSSUS:The Price of America's Empire/Niall Ferguson/ 0143034790/$16.00/PB. · THE EUROPEAN DREAM: How Europe's Vision of the Future Is Eclipsing the American Dream/Jeremy Rifkin/1585423459/ $25.95/HC. · EVERY DROP FOR SALE/Jeffrey Rothfeder/158542367X/ $14.95/PB/New Preface/Account of the world running out of usable water. · THE FALL OF BAGHDAD/Jon Lee Anderson/1594200343/ $24.95/HC/Eyewitness account of living under Saddam, the U.S. invasion, and the occupation. · GAG RULE: On the Suppression of Dissent and the Stifling of Democracy/Lewis Lapham/0143035029/$13.00P/PB/June 2005.
· TRUE LIES/Anthony Lappe & Stephen Marchall/0452285313/ $14.00/PB/How corporate media is failing the public. · WE ARE ALL THE SAME: Story of a Boy's Courage and a Mother's Love/Jim Wooten/1594200289/$19.95/HC/Story of South African boy who became a powerful and compellling symbol of the devastation of AIDS in Africa. POLITICAL SCIENCE · AMERICA'S SPLENDID LITTLE WARS: A Short History of U.S. Military Engagements 1975-2000/Pete Huchthausen/ 0142004650/$15.00/PB. · GHOST WARS: Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan, and bin Laden from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001/ Steve Coll/0143034669/$16.00/PB. · MULTITUDE: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire/ Michael Hardt & Antonio Negri/ 0143035592/$16.00/ PB/ From the renowned authors of Empire comes a profound new vision of the reality of global war and the possibility of a new global democracy.
· LIES AND THE LYING LIARS WHO TELL THEM/Al Franken/ 0452285216/$14.00/PB/Political satire and commentary of the contemporary political scene which explodes the myth of liberal media bias. · A MATTER OF CHARACTER: Inside the White House of George W. Bush/Ronald Kessler/1595230049/$14.00/PB/A conservative view. · POWER AND THE STORY: How the Crafted Presidential Narrative Has Determined Politics from George Washington to George W. Bush/Evan Cornog/159420022X/ $24.95/HC. · OVERWORLD/Larry Kolb/1573222534/$24.95/HC/Sports agent becomes a spy for the CIA.
· OCCIDENTALISM:The West in the Eyes of Its Enemies/Ian Buruma and Avishai Margalit/0143034871/$14.00/PB. · PENTAGON'S NEW MAP: War and Peace in the TwentyFirst Century/Thomas P. Barnett/0399151753/$26.95/ Groundbreaking examination of the U.S. and global security. · RISE OF THE VULCANS/James Mann/0143034898/$16.00/ HC/The history of Bush's war cabinet: Rumsfeld, Cheney, Powell, Armitage, Rice & Wolfowitz. · WHEN PRESIDENTS LIE/Eric Alterman/0670032093/ $24.95/HC/Examination of FDR, JFK, LBJ, and Ronald Reagan and their deceptions and consequences.
· WORLD'S BANKER: A Story of Failed States, Financial Crises, and the Wealth of Nations/Sebastian Mallaby/ 1594200238/$29.95/HC.
· GENERATION KILL/Evan Wright/042520040X/$14.00/PB/ Narrative follows twenty-three marines spearheading the blitzkrieg on Iraq. Nicknamed "First Suicide Battalion."
HISTORY · AIR POWER/Stephen Budiansky/014303474X/$17.00/PB/ History of the airplane in combat from Kitty Hawk to Iraq. · ALEXANDER HAMILTON/Ron Chernow/0143034758/ $18.00/PB.
· GREEK FIRE, POISON ARROWS AND SCORPION BOMBS/Adrienne Mayor/158567608X/$17.95/PB/ Biological and chemical warfare in the ancient world. · GUERRILLAS/Jon Lee Anderson/0142004979/$15.00/PB. Updated account of five insurgent movements around the world.
· ALEXANDER THE GREAT/Intro by Michael Wood, Edited by Tania Gergel/0142001406/$12.00/PB/Concise history includes selections from Arrian and Plutarch.
· A HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE EAST/Peter Mansfield/ 0143034332/$16.00/PB/Revised and updated by Nicolas Pelham to include recent developments.
· BIG COTTON: How a Humble Fiber Created Fortunes, Wrecked Civilizations, and Changed the Map/Stephen Yafa/ 0670033677/$25.95/HC. · BUDDHA'S WARRIORS/Mikel Dunham/1585423483/ $28.95/HC/Story of the CIA backed Tibetan freedom fighters, the Chinese invasion, and the fall of Tibet.
· THE HOLLOW CROWN: A History of Britain in the Late Middle Ages/Penguin History of England Series/0143035754/ $16.00/PB/Miri Rubin/University of London scholar's spellbinding accout of the era. · HONOR KILLING:The Infamous Murder Case That Transformed Hawai'i/David Stannard/0670033995/$25.95/HC.
· BY PERMISSION OF HEAVEN/Adrian Tinniswood/ 1594480397/$15.00/PB/Story of the Great Fire of London in 1666.
· HUMBOLDT'S COSMOS: Alexander Von Humboldt and the Latin American Journey that Changed the Way We See the World/Gerard Helferich/1592400066/$15.00/PB.
· COLLAPSE: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed/Jared Diamond/0670033677/$29.95/HC/Pultizer prize-winning author of Guns, Germs, and Steel considers factors that caused some of the great civilizations of the past to collapse. · THE CROSS AND CRESCENT/Richard Fletcher/ 0143034812/Dramatic Story of the Earliest Encounters Between Chritians and Muslems/$15.00/PB.
· ON HALLOWED GROUND/Bill McWilliams/0425199266/ $16.00/PB/The last battle for Pork Chop Hill during the Korean War between the U.S. and Chinese. PARIS:The Biography of a City/Colin Jones/0670033936/ $29.95/HC/Brings to life people, ideas, social movements, and architectural upheavals that have made and remade Paris/ Illustrated with 60 black and white images.
· THE DOMINION OF WAR: Empire and Liberty in North America, 1500-2000/Fred Anderson and Andrew Cayton/ $27.95/0670033707/HC/Two award-winning historians offer a groundbreaking new narrative of the role of war and freedom
· A PATRIOT'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES/Larry Schweikart and Michael Allen/1595230017/$29.95/HC/From Columbus to Saddam. Restores clarity, pride, perspective to U.S. history. Conservatives reply to Howard Zinn.
· EUROPE IN THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES/William Chester Jordan/0140166645/$15.00/PB/Part of Penguin History of Europe Series,Volume 3, includes black and white photos. · FIET'S VASE AND OTHER STORIES OF SURVIVAL IN EUROPE 1939-45/Alison Leslie Gold/1585423602/$13.95/ PB/Illustrated throughout with black and white photos.
· THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR/Donald Kagan/0142004375/ $15.00/PB. · PENGUIN HISTORY OF THE 2OTH CENTURY/J.M. Roberts/0140276319/$20.00/PB/"Best one-volume history of the world during the twentieth century."­Christian Science Monitor.
· THE FOURTH CRUSADE AND THE SACK OF CONSTANTINOPLE/Jonathan Phillips/0143035908/$15.00/ PB/800th anniversary of the catastrophe retold through letters, speeches, and chronicles. · THE GREAT NATION: France from Louis XV to Napoleon/ Colin Jones/0140130934/$18.00/PB.
· A PIRATE OF EXQUISITE MIND: Explorer, Naturalist, and Buccaneer:The Life of William Dampier/Diana Preston/ $15.00/PB. · THE REFORMATION/Diarmaid MacCulloch of Oxford University/014303538X/$18.00/PB/New history of the Reformation.Winner of the 2004 Wolfson Prize.
· THE GREAT INFLUENZA/John M. Barry/0143034480/ $16.00/PB/The story of the 1918 Pandemic.
· TILT: A Skewed History of the Tower of Pisa/Nichoas Shrady/0143034502/$14.00/PB.
· SCATTERED AMONG THE PEOPLES/Allan Levine/ 1585676063/$19.95/PB/The Jewish diaspora as seen through twelve chronological moments. · SEDUCTRESS/Betsy Prioleau/0143034227/415.00/PB/An analysis of temptresses and their tactics from Cleopatra to Mae West. · STRUGGLE FOR MASTERY: Penguin History of Britain 1066-1284/David Carpenter/0140148248/$18.00/ PB/ Vol IV in David Carradine's IX volume Penguin History of Europe Series. · THIS MAN'S ARMY/Andrew Exum/1592400639/$13.00/ PB/A soldier's story from the frontlines of the war on terrorism. · THE TURKS TODAY/Andrew Mango/1585676157/$29.95/ HC/From the death of Ataturk to modern Turkey. · THE UNKNOWN American Revolution:The Unruly Birth of Democracy and the Struggle to Create America/ Gary B. Nash/0670034207/$27.95HC/June 2005/UCLA professor and former president of OAH offers a narrative covering the many Radical Ideas, agendas and struggles to create a country of equality and opportunity/35 B&W photos.
· WAR STORIES: REMEMBERING WWII/Elizabeth Mullener, Intro by Stephen Ambrose /0425196410/$14.00/PB/Fifty-three testimonies of virtually every major war event based on oral histories from New Orleans vets. CULTURAL STUDIES/SOCIOLOGY · AMERICAN DREAM/Jason DeParle/0670892750/$25.95/ HC/NY Times reporter looks at the collision between policy and the reality of welfare. · APPLE PIE: An American Story/John T. Edge/0399152156/ $18.95/HC/The history of apple pie and fifteen recipes. · THE BOOK NOBODY READ: Chasing the Revolutions of Nicolaus Copernicus/Owen Gingerich/0143034766/$15.00/ PB. .· CHOICE CUTS: A Savory Selection of Food Writing from Around the World/Mark Kurlansky/0142004936/PB. · CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION/Steven Koehler and Cyril Wecht/0762105402/$26.95/HC. · DEATH'S ACRE/Bill Bass and Jon Jefferson/0425198324/ $14.00/PB/Inside the legendary forensic lab the Body Farm.
· UNSETTLED/Melvin Konner/0142196320/$16.00/PB/An anthropology of the Jews. · WHAT IFS? OF AMERICAN HISTORY/Edited by Robert Crowley/0425198189/$14.95/PB/Third volume in the What If? series. WORLD WAR I/WORLD WAR II · THE COMING OF THE THIRD REICH/Ricard J. Evans/ 0143034693/$18.00/PB/Fiirst volume of a three volume history of Nazi Germany by eminent Cambridge historian. · THE FIRST WORLD WAR/Hew Strachan/0143035185/ $16.00/PB/Includes maps and photos. 384 pp/"Quite simply the best short history of the war in print."­Dennis Showalter · HITLER'S SCIENTISTS/John Cornwell/0142004804/$16.00/ PB. · THE LAST ESCAPE/John Nichol & Tony Rennell/ 0142004472/$15.00/PB/The untold story of Allied prisoners of war in Europe 1944-1945.
· DEMOCRACY MATTERS:Winning the Fight Against Imperialism/Cornel West/1594200297/ $24.95/HC/Examining democracy in America and abroad. · DISAPPEARING GIRL: Learning The Language of Teenage Depression/Lisa Machoian/052594866X/$24.95/HC/Former Harvard U researcher offers solutions for adolescent girls. · DOING OUR OWN THING:The Degradation of Language and Music and Why We Should, Like, Care/John McWhorter/ 1592400841/$13.00/PB · DON'T EAT THIS BOOK/Morgan Spurlock/0399152601/ $24.95/HC/Form the director of Supersize Me. · EVERYTHING BAD IS GOOD FOR YOU/How Today's Popular Culture is Actually Making Us Smarter/Steven Johnson/1573223077/$23.95/HC/Drawing from fields as diverse as neuroscience, economics, literary theory, Johnson argues that pop culture is making us more intelligent. · FAT: Anthropology of an Obsession/Edited by Don Kulick/ 1585423866/$13.95/PB.
· PACIFIC ALAMO/John Wukovits/0451212053/$14.00/PB/ The battle for Wake Island. · PARIS AFTER THE LIBERATION: 1944-1949/Antony Beevor and Artemis Cooper/0142437921/$16.00/PB/Covers every aspect of life after the war, from vengeance to the arts. · SECOND WORLD WAR/John Keegan/0143035738/ $22.00/PB/Contains a new forward by the author and maps.
· FOOD COURT DRUIDS, CHEROHONKEES AND OTHER CREATURES UNIQUE TO THE REPUBLIC/Robert Lanham/ 0452290848/$12.00/PB/Humorous collection of U.S. archetypes, such as Uncle Tomatoes, Metrosexuals, etc. · FRIED CHICKEN--An American Story/John T. Edge/ 0399151834/$18.95/HC/History of fried chicken and fifteen recipes.
· HATLESS JACK/0452285232/Neil Steinberg/$14.00/PB/ The president, the fedora, and the social history of the hat in America. · HOW THE HOMOSEXUALS SAVED CIVILIZATION/ Cathy Crimmins/1585424250/$14.95/PB. · MARRAIGE, A HISTORY: From Obedience to Intimacy or How Love Conquered Marriage/Stephanie Coontz/ 067003407X/$22.95/HC/A preeminent authority on marriage presents a radical historical perspective on marriage. · MURDERER NEXT DOOR:Why the Mind Is Designed to Kill/David Buss/1594200432/$24.95/HC. · MUTANTS: On Genetic Variety and the Human Body/Leroi Armand/0142004820/$16.00/PB. · PROSECUTORS/Gary Delsohn/0452285542/$14.00/PB/ Graphic journalistic account of the inner workings of the criminal justice system in Sacramento California. · THE RACE MYTH/Joseph Graves/0525948252/$24.95/HC/ A leading biologist proves race does not exist and offers solutions to end racism.
AMERICAN STUDIES · BLUE BLOOD/Ed Conlon/1594480737/$16.00/PB/Fourth generation NYPD author tells an anecdotal history of New York through its Police Force. · THE CHINESE IN AMERICA/Iris Chang/0142004170/ $15.00/PB/A narrative history covering 150 years, by the author of The Rape of Nanking/Includes black & white photos. · A DANGEROUS PLACE/Marc Reisner/0142003832/$13.00/ PB/California's unsettling fate predicted by the author of Cadillac Desert. · EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ASIAN AMERICAN HISTORY/Himilce Novas and Lan Cao with Rosemary Silva/0452284759/$15.00/Completely revised and updated. · FINDING MANANA: Memoir of Exodus/Mirta Ojito/ 1594200416/$24.95/HC/Cuban experience in the U.S. by Miami journalist. · GREAT FORTUNE: Epic of Rockefeller Center/David Okrent/0142001775/$16/PB.
· RACING IN THE STREET/The Bruce Springsteen Reader/ Edited by June Skinner Sawyers, with a Foreward by Martin Scorsese/0142003549/$16.00/PB/"remarkably atmospheric reckoning of a major Contemporary Artist."--Booklist · SMASHED:The Story of a Drunken Girlhood/Koren Zailckas/0670033766/HC.
· JIM CROW'S CHILDREN/Peter Irons/0142003751/$15.00/ PB/The broken promise of the Brown Decision/Includes black and white photos. · KANSAS CHARLEY: The Boy Murderer/Joan Jacobs Brumberg/014200488X/$15.00/PB/Covers the 1892 death penalty of 15-year-old Charles Miller.
· SOMETHING FROM THE OVEN: Reinventing Dinner in 1950s America/Laura Shapiro/014303491X/$15.00/PB. · A TERRIBLE LOVE OF WAR/James Hillman/0143034928/ $15.00/PB. · TOAST: The Story of a Boy's Hunger/Nigel Slater/ 1592400906/$25.00/HC/British Book Award for Best Biography. · WITHOUT A NET: middle class and Homeless (with Kids) in America: My Story/Michelle Kennedy/0670033669/$24.95/ HC. SPORTS · CAINE MUTINY/Bruce Feldman/0451212975/$23.95/HC/ Inside story of the University of Miami's football team. · THE CAROLINA WAY: Leadership Lessons from a Life in Coaching/Dean Wesley Smith/0143034642/$15.00/PB. · MIRACLE OF ST. ANTHONY/Adrian Wojnarowski/ 1592401023/$25.00/High school hoops in Jersey City, NJ.
· THE LOBSTER COAST/Colin Woodward/0143035347/ $15.00/PB/Story of one of the last hunter-gatherer societies in the developed world. · MARCHING HOME: To War and Back with the Men of One American Town/Kevin Coyne/0142003867/$15.00/PB/ A microcosm 20th century American history. · THE MYTH OF SOLID GROUND/David L. Ulin/ 0670033235/$24.95/HC/Earthquake and earthquake prediction in California. · PATRIOTS/Christian Appy/01420044999/$16.00/PB/ The Vietnam War remembered from all sides. · PUBLIC ENEMIES: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI 1933-1934/Bryan Burrough/0143035371/ $16.00/PB/June 2005/Story of the battle between Hoover's FBI and John Dillinger, Bonnie and Clyde, and others. · SEA OF GLORY: America's Voyage of Discovery, the U.S. Exploring Expedition, 1838-1842/Nathaniel Philbrick/ 0142004839/$15.00/PB/Winner of the 2003 National Book Award, Boston Globe Best Book of the Year 2003, and LA Times Best Book of the Year 2003.
· SIGNET BOOK OF AMERICAN HUMOR/Revised Edition/ Regina Barreca/0451210581/$14.00/PB/Up-to-date and retrospective collection of U.S. humor/Editor teaches at U of CT.
· THE COMPLETE DEAD SEA SCROLLS IN ENGLISH/ Revised Translation with Intro by Geza Vermes/01404495232/ $19.00/PB/Professor Emeritus of Jewish Studies at Oxford.
· SINGULAR INTIMACIES/Danielle Ofri/0142004383/$14.00/ PB/Story of becoming a doctor at NYC's Bellevue Hospital. · SOMETHING FOR NOTHING/Jackson Lears/0142003875/ $16.00/PB/Intellectual history of luck in U.S. from colonial times to the present. · TRANSLATION NATION/Hector Tobar/1573223050/ $24.95/HC/Survey of Spanish speaking America. · WHAT THE DORMOUSE SAID:The Untold Story of How the Sixties Counterculture and Antiwar Movement Influenced the Personal Computer Industry/John Markoff/0670033820/ $24.95/HC.
· FREEDOM EVOLVES/Daniel C. Dennett/0142003840/ $17.00/PB/Explores ideas of freedom and free will in a deterministic world; scientifically, historically, philosophically. · GOD AGAINST THE GODS: The History of the War Between Monotheism & Polytheis/Jonathan Kirsch/ 0142196339/$15.00/PB. · LIVING WITH THE DEVIL/Stephen Batchelor/1573222763/ $22.95/HC/Buddhist meditation on good and evil. · REINVENTING GOD/Mark Robert Waldman/1585423750/ $15.95/PB/Anthology of religious and political thinkers and philosophers.
· WHEELS FOR THE WORLD: Henry Ford, His Company, and a Century of Progress/Douglas Brinkley/014200439/ $18.00/PB.
· SAINT AUGUSTINE'S CONVERSION/Notes and Intro by Garry Wills/ 0670033529/$23.95/HC/Fourth and final volume of the Confessiones.
PSYCHOLOGY · AGAINST DEPRESSION:/Peter Kramer/0670034053/$25.95 HC/May 2005/ The author of Listening to Prozac gives us a new theory for the science of treating depression. · HAPPINESS: Lessons from a New Science/Richard Layard/ 1594200394/$25.95/HC/From the eminent London School of Economics don, a fascinating account of what happiness is as a measurable human state. WOMEN'S STUDIES/GENDER STUDIES · MISSING MEN/Joyce Johnson/0143035231/$15.00/PB/ Autobiography explores far-reaching effects of fatherlessness.
· SHAMANS THROUGH TIME/Jeremy Narby & Francis Huxley/1585423629/$14.95/PB/Five centuries of writings into shamanic practices. · A SIDEWAYS LOOK AT TIME/Jay Griffith/1585423068/ $15.95/PB/Exploration of the way we experience time/ Awarded the Discover Great New Writers Award 2003. · THE SUFI BOOK OF LIFE: 99 Pathways of the Heart for the Modern Dervish/0142196355/$14.00/World-renonwed scholar offers a lively guide to the dervish way of life. · WHERE SHALL WISDOM BE FOUND?/Harold Bloom/ 1573222844/$24.95/HC/Investigation of where wisdom can be found in literature from the Bible to the 20th Century.
· WHAT MAKES A MAN?/Edited by Rebecca Walker/ 1594480680/$14.00/PB/Twenty writers imagine and explore what it means to be male in the twenty-first century. · WHEN DAD HURTS MOM/Lundy Bancroft/0399151109/ $25.95/HC/Healing the wounds of children who witness physical or verbal abuse. · "YOU LOOK TOO YOUNG TO BE A MOM"/edited by Deborah Davis/0399529764/$13.95/PB/Teen mothers speak out on love, learning, and success. RELIGION/SPIRITUALITY/PHILOSOPHY
· WHOSE BIBLE IS IT? History of Scriptures Through the Ages/Janoslav Pelikan/0670033855/$24.95/HC/Enduring work of scholarship by Sterling Professor Emeritus of History at Yale, past president of American Academy of Arts & Sciences. · YOU HAVE THE POWER/Frances Lappй/1585423122/ $18.95/PB/Choosing courage in a culture of fear to create personal and social change. E D U C AT I O N · AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS/Chantal Sicile-Kira/ 0399530479/$15.95/PB.
· ALL SHALL BE WELL: Hope and Inspiration from Great Catholic Thinkers/Jane Cavalino/0425193969/$13.00/PB.
· COMMON SHOCK: Witnessing Violence Everyday/Kaethe Weingarten/0451212916/$14.95/PB.
·THE AUTHENTIC GOSPELS OF JESUS/Geza Vermes/ 014100360x/$16.00/PB. · BUDDHA/Karen Armstrong/0143034367/$13.00/PB.
· HOME-ALONE AMERICA/Mary Eberstadt/1595230041/ $25.95/HC/Explores the hidden toll of day care, drugs and other parent substitutes.
· KIDS PLAY/Michelle Cassou/1585423289/$17.95/PB/ Igniting children's creativity. · THE MIND AT WORK: Valuing the Intelligence of the American Worker/Mike Rose/0670032824/$24.95/HC/ Reassesment of American labor and vocational education by UCLA professor. · THE OUT-OF-SYNC CHILD: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Dysfunction/Revised Edition/Carol Stock Kranowitz/0399523863/$14.95/PB. · OVERCOMING AUTISM: Finding the Answers, Strategies, and Hope That Can Transform/Claire LaZebnik/0143034685/ $15.00/PB. Hailed as "The Bible of Autism."
REFERENCE · THE NEW PENGUIN HISTORY OF THE WORLD 4th Edition/J. M. Roberts/0141007230/$18.00/PB/1901 to the present revised for the last time by the late J .M. Roberts. · THE PENGUIN ATLAS OF world history: From Prehistory to the Eve of French Revolution/Vol 1/Hermann Kinder/0141012633/$14.00/PB. · THE PENGUIN ATLAS OF WORLD HISTORYFrom the French Revolution to the Present/Vol 2/Hermann Kinder/ 0141012625/$14.00/PB. ROUGH GUIDES
· RAISING A SENSORY SMART CHILD/Lindsey Biel/ 014303488X/$15.00/PB. · READING DAVID/Lissa Weinstein/0399530185/$13.95/PB/ A mother and son's journey through the labyrinth of dyslexia.
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· THE INVISIBLE CENTURY/Richard Panek/014303552515/ $15.00/PB/Einstein, Freud, & search for the hidden universes. · MARS ON EARTH/Robert Zubrin/1585423505/$19.95/ PB/Story of a simulated mission to Mars in the Arctic. · NAPOLEON'S BUTTONS:17 Molecules That Changed History/Penny Le Couteur/1585423319/$14.95/PB. · SEASHELL ON THE MOUNTAINTOP/Alan Cutler/ 0525947086/$13.00/PB/Story of 17th-century scientist and Anglican archbishop Nicolaus Steno the father of geology. · SOJOURNER/Andrew Mishkin/0425198391/$15.00/PB/An insider's view of the Mars Pathfinder mission. · STRANGE ENCOUNTERS/Daniel Botkin/1585423734/ $15.95/PB/Adventures of world renowned naturalist.
· THE FOREST LOVER/Susan Vreeland/0670032670/ $24.95/HC/Historical tale about artist Emily Carr, known for her landscapes of British Columbia. · I FEEL GOOD: A Memoir of a Life of Soul/James Brown/ 0451213939/$24.95/HC. · ON THE RECORD: Over 150 of the Most Creative People in Music Share Their Secrets/Guy Oseary/0142003042/ $17.00/ PB/Including Madonna's manager. · STRAPLESS: John Singer Sargent and the Fall of Madame X/ Deborah Davis/158542336X/$14.95/PB. · WHERE YOU'RE AT: Notes from the Front-line of a HipHop Planet/Patrick Neate/1594480125/$14.00 /PB/Tour of hip-hop music and culture around the world.
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