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Synopsis: Newly revised and updated, an essential handbook for writers, editors and PR specialists serves up more than 3,000 entries in A-to-Z format, covering The Associated Press rules of grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, abbreviation and word usage, as well as social-media guidelines and useful information on media law, libel and copyright infringement. Original.
Synopsis: "In Bad Faith, acclaimed physician and author Paul Offit gives readers a never-before-seen look into the minds of those who choose to medically martyr themselves, or their children, in the name of religion. Never afraid of controversy, Offit takes a stark and disturbing look at our surprising capacity to risk the health and safety of children in service of our beliefs. He tells the story of two devoted Christian Scientists who are shocked and heartbroken when their infant dies of a treatable disease; of orthodox Jewish parents who risk infecting their babies with herpes during an unsterile circumcision ritual; and of a man who believes his faith can cure his son's diabetes and, when that tragically fails, tries to raise him from the dead. The tangled relati...
Synopsis: Shares real-life examples and current research that support the author's recommendations for "straight talk" about racial identity, identifying practices that contribute to self-segregation in childhood groups. Original. 50,000 first printing.
Synopsis: A developmental psychologist argues that children who are freed to follow their own interests through self-directed play will become better learners and achievers than the way they learn in modern school, which he says shows them that learning is work and not fun. 15,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Published for the first time, this previously lost work by the iconoclastic novelist and poet follows working-class Peter Martin as he tries to find himself as the world hinges on the brink of World War II.
Synopsis: Includes never-before-collected quotes from controversial #1 New York Times best-selling author Christopher Hitchens on hundreds of subjects--from atheism and alcoholism to Iraq and George Orwell. Original.
Synopsis: Exploring the mortality statistics for risky activities in the real world, a journalist and risk expert answer questions about the dangers we encounter in our daily lives through stories of the average Norm and an ingenious measurement called the MicroMort. Original. 35,000 first printing.
Synopsis: Describes the development of the iconic Pink Floyd album and subsequent film, all created in close collaboration with the author's art studio, and provides commentaries by the director of the film and the band members.
Synopsis: Featuring more than one thousand photographs designed to teach Vinyasa Yoga technique, this spectacular book presents the eastern meditation/exercise technique practiced by the "grandfather of modern yoga" and includes an audio CD containing chants and mantras. Original.
Synopsis: Analyzes the reign of King John, the infamous ruler who brought about the birth of constitutional democracy by signing the Magna Carta, a crucial turning point in English history and a blueprint for good governance.
Synopsis: Drawing on interviews with four thousand German Jews and non-Jewish Germans who experienced the Third Reich firsthand, presents an oral history of life in Nazi Germany, addressing such issues as guilt and ignorance concerning the mass murder of European Jews, anti-Semitism, and the popular appeal of Hitler and National Socialism.
Synopsis: With characteristic flair, insight and humor, a revered professor of physics discusses topics with which students usually struggle and offers valuable tips on solving physics problems, in a companion title to The Feynman Lectures on Physics. Original.
Synopsis: The authors of The New Glucose Revolution introduce the glycemic index as well as a new "smart carb" diet for losing weight and keeping it off--all based on sound science and proven experience. Original.
Synopsis: Provides insight into the life and art of Walt Disney, discussing the globally successful entertainment company he began as well as highlighting his creations and ideas that started it all. Original.
Synopsis: Draws on the author's experience with corrupt economic forces in his native Italy to present an impassioned call for strategic reforms in American economics that will foster free-market practices, adjust focus away from big business and enable more balanced distributions of wealth.
Synopsis: Explains why the human brain has such difficulty dealing with complex global problems and provides a method for surmounting these limitations so that we can end the blights of worldwide recession, global warming, fast-spreading viruses, famine and poverty--and save the human race. Reprint.
Synopsis: An exciting account with stunning color photos serves as a companion to the Animal Planet series River Monsters, with the show's host highlighting the most shocking creatures he has come across in his travels as an extreme fisherman. (This title is being re-listed in Forecast.)
Synopsis: "One of the enduring images from the 2012 presidential campaign was the demise of the white American male voter as a dominant force in the political landscape. Bellowing white men fill the talk-radio airwaves. Why are they so angry? Michael Kimmel has spent hundreds of hours in the company of these angry white men-from white supremacists to men's rights activists to young students-in pursuit of an answer. Kimmel proposes a theory of aggrieved entitlement: a sense that the benefits to which white men longbelieved themselves entitled have been snatched from them. Kimmel locates the increase in anger with a growing social, political, and economic gender gap, twinned with an ideology of masculinity that makes America's white men feel empty and alone. Although t...
Synopsis: Describes the dysfunctions in the current food system, from chemical runoff to inhumane treatment of animals, and presents new principles and concrete steps to restructure how food is grown, packaged, delivered, marketed, and sold.