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Carolina Bride
Carolina Bride (4 Formats) ›
By Cristina Wilson, Other Drew Humphries, By Carolina Bride
Cloth Price 35.00

Cloth, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781629370200

Published Dec 2014

<P style="MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt" class=MsoNormal>This wedding-planning resource is filled with gorgeous images to inspire brides by showcasing the cutting-edge vendors and naturally beautiful locales of the South. Key Carolina-based vendors—such as photographer Corbin Gurkin, planners Ivy Robinson and Gathering Floral + Event Design, and wedding and style mogul Ceci Johnson—are highlighted, allowing brides-to-be to delight over everything from invitation designs to tablescapes, all set to the backdrop of lush and romantic southern venues. A unique resource that offers more than just the standard checklists and planning tips, no bride planning a wedding in the South will want to be without this reference, which is beautiful enough to leave out even after the ceremony.
For the Love of Israel
For the Love of Israel (4 Formats) ›
By Rabbi Steven Stark Lowenstein, Illustrated by Mark Anderson
Cloth Price 16.95

Cloth, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781600786778

Published Apr 2012

From Aliyah to Megidoo and Netanyahu to Zionism, this vibrant A-to-Z guide—or rather Z-to-A, Hebrew-style—examines more than 3,000 years of this postage stamp–sized land’s history. With the 26 letters of the alphabet paired with lighthearted text and colorful illustrations, this fun fact book explores the heart, the soul, and the foundation of the Jewish people—the homeland from where their ancient traditions, culture, and values have come. Through Hebrew words, interesting facts, poignant quotes, and profound teachings, each letter comes to life with a significant aspect of the land’s background.
Numbelievable ›
By Michael X. Ferraro, By John Veneziano, Commentaries by Dick Vitale
Price 26.95


ISBN 9781572439900

Published Oct 2007

Sports and numbers go hand-in-hand—the Dolphins 17–0 season, Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game, Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak, Tiger Woods shooting -18 at his first Masters—and this book gives fans a golden opportunity to relive the magic moments that have generated the most talked about numbers in sports. Whether it’s an obscure entry like Row 8, Aisle 4, Seat 113 (Steve Bartman’s seat location for the Chicago Cubs 2003 NLCS Game 6) or a more well-known number like 72–10 (the unprecedented NBA season by Michael Jordan and the Bulls), each number has a compelling story tied to that this book explores with fantastic photos, juicy details, and candid insight from the athletes themselves.
Made to Be Broken
Made to Be Broken (2 Formats) ›
By Allen St. John
Cloth Price 29.95

Cloth, PDF

ISBN 9781572438576

Published Sep 2006

This book ranks the 50 greatest records in sports while also taking a personal look at some of these amazing feats and the athletes behind them. Take Joe DiMaggio, for example, whose consecutive 56-game hitting streak is one of many records to beat in baseball, but some may not know that getting a daily hit became more important to Joe than eating, drinking, or sleeping. Then there is Soviet gymnast Larissa Latynina who has held the record for most Olympic medals (18) for 40 years and counting who managed to find time to have three children during her record-breaking quest. In Made To Be Broken, sports fanatics can relive the thrill of each record-breaking moment while getting an intimate look at each record holder and the specific stories behind their journey to make history and do something that’s never been done before. The book also includes an exclusive DVD highlighting some of the more memorable moments in sports history.
Glad You Asked
Glad You Asked (4 Formats) ›
Contributions by Michael Feldman, Edited by
Cloth Price 19.95

Cloth, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781572438200

Published Apr 2006

Encapsulating in brief explanations the most important people, places, things, events and ideas in the history of mankind, this educational resource features hundreds of items, many accompanied with photographs or diagrams to help provide additional information. Every entry is explained fully with a description intended to remain brief, but detailed. Running in length from 100 to 300 words, each entry is easy to read, using everyday language to explain items instead of fancy, rarely used words that appear to show off the writer’s vocabulary. The featured categories include art, culture, and pastimes; science, technology, and life; history; the world and its wonders; religion, philosophers, and ideas; and trailblazers.