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Your Brain on Facts by Moxie LaBouche Book Summary:
When Trivia Isn't Trivial The world is full of things you didn’t know, things you thought you knew, and things you never knew you never knew. From the eponymous podcast comes Your Brain On Facts. Train your brain. So what if you picked up some historical inaccuracies (and flat-out myths) in history class. Your Brain On Facts is here to teach and reteach readers relevant trivia. It explains surprising science in simple language, gives the unexpected origins of pop culture classics, and reveals important titbits related to current issues. A brain food boost. Get ready for trivia night done right. Inside, find true facts, strange facts, and just plain weird facts. Your Brain on Factsfeatures general trivia questions and answers, offering science, art, technology, medicine, music, and history trivia to brainiacs everywhere. Learn: • What’s the language of the stateless nation in the Pyrenees mountains • Where the world-changing birth control pill was tested • Who wrote lyrics for the Star Trek theme song that were never used If you enjoyed The Book of General Ignorance, The Best Bar Trivia Book Ever, The World's Greatest Book of Useless Information, and The Book of Unusual Knowledge, you’ll have a blast with Your Brain On Facts.
Become a Better You by Joel Osteen Book Summary:
A best-selling motivational reference by the top-selling author of Your Best Life Now counsels readers on how to apply seven action steps to discover individual purpose and destiny, in a guide complemented by biblical principles, devotions, and personal testimonies. Reprint
The Nerdist Way by Chris Hardwick Book Summary:
Nerd superstar Chris Hardwick offers his fellow "creative obsessives" crucial information needed to come out on top in the current Nerd uprising. As a lifelong member of "The Nerd Herd," as he calls it, Chris Hardwick has learned all there is to know about Nerds. Developing a system, blog, and podcasts, Hardwick shares hard-earned wisdom about turning seeming weakness into world-dominating strengths in the hilarious self-help book, The Nerdist Way. From keeping their heart rate below hummingbird levels to managing the avalanche of sadness that is their in-boxes; from becoming evil geniuses to attracting wealth by turning down work, Hardwick reveals the secrets that can help readers achieve their goals by tapping into their true nerdtastic selves. Here Nerds will learn how to: Become their own time cop Tell panic attacks to go suck it Use incremental fitness to ward off predators A Nerd's brain is a laser-it's time they learn to point and fire!
Compulsion by Jonathan Kellerman Book Summary:
A young woman who disappeared into the inky black night... A retired schoolteacher stabbed to death in broad daylight...Two women butchered in a small-town beauty parlor... Three baffling murder cases, linked only by a perplexing lack of motive... Until LAPD Detective Milo Sturgis and psychologist Alex Delaware are called to the scene of a bizarre 'crime'. A stolen car has been anonymously returned to its owner, undamaged and unblemished - except for a tiny, solitary bloodstain. This miniscule clue is enough to set the pair on a hunt for a multiple killer, from the well-heeled centre of LA society to its desperate edges, even as far as New York where their search thaws out a long-cold case. However this killer proves to be a fleeting shape-shifter, defying identification - and to unmask him, Alex and Milo will have to confront the true face of murderous compulsion...
Becoming by Cindy Crawford,Katherine O'Leary Book Summary:
International supermodel Cindy Crawford chronicles her life and career, sharing stories and lessons learned, and featuring her most memorable images in this New York Times bestseller. Cindy Crawford was the cornerstone of the golden age of the supermodel in the 1990s. She blazed a trail during that decade, seamlessly moving between the runway to unconventional outlets, such as cutting-edge MTV, Super Bowl commercials, and even Playboy magazine. On the eve of her fiftieth birthday, Crawford looks back, photo shoot by photo shoot, on a remarkable career and various life lessons she absorbed. She discusses her earliest modeling years and learning how to become less self-conscious in front of a camera; trusting her own instincts about creating positive messages about a healthy and strong body image that she knew would reach women of all ages; her feelings about becoming a wife and a mother; and her thoughts about turning fifty and what she would tell her younger self if she had the chance. The photographs span her entire career, beginning from the mid 1980s, and feature unpublished images from Crawford's personal archive in addition to images by every top name in fashion photography, including Annie Leibovitz, Arthur Elgort, Helmut Newton, Herb Ritts, Irving Penn, Patrick Demarchelier, and Richard Avedon, among others. A beautifully illustrated series of stories, Becoming is a smart and engaging book that sheds light into the life and work of an extraordinary woman.
Harper's Bazaar by Glenda Bailey,Stephen Gan Book Summary:
Presents a tribute to the long-running fashion magazine's achievements as an influential cultural icon, collecting more than three hundred definitive photographs that reflect leading fashions from the past decade and feature the contributions of photographers, celebrities, and models.
From Fatherless to Fatherhood by Omar Epps Book Summary:
Having grown up without his biological father, then becoming a father himself, Epps shares an intimate, unapologetic, and emotional conversation about childhood, manhood, and parenting. Chronicling his journey from humble beginnings in Brooklyn, New York, to the bright lights of Hollywood, Epps touches on many themes surrounding the importance of family and community. He shows how men can break the cycle of fatherlessness within their families, and come to terms with their own issues surrounding their fathers. -- adapted from back cover
Sewing in a Straight Line by Brett Bara Book Summary:
Create an entire world of sophisticated projects using one simple skill. Absolutely anyone can sew in a straight line. And with this one skill and some basic guidance, television host and crafty expert Brett Bara demonstrates how you can make custom home decor, stylish fashions, and one-of-a-kind gifts. Sewing in a Straight Line is a step-by-step guide to creating 28 deceptively simple projects that look like they came from a chic boutique—far more impressive than you would expect for such little effort! These easy-to-make items offer quick gratification that even the busiest among us will appreciate. From a flirty two-hour miniskirt to the cutest plush toys, many of the projects take only a spare afternoon. With Brett's eye for fresh, modern style and her encouraging advice, sewing couldn't be easier. So break out your needle and thread, fire up your machine, and get creative. A world of handmade possibilities is a few easy stitches away! From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Year in Television, 2008 by Vincent Terrace Book Summary:
In 2008, the broadcast networks, cable channels and syndication produced nearly 1,100 new and continuing entertainment programs--the most original productions in one year since the medium first took hold in 1948. This reference book covers all the first run entertainment programs broadcast over the airwaves and on cable from January 1 through December 31, 2008, including series, specials, miniseries, made-for-television movies, pilot films, Internet series and specialized series (those broadcast on gay and lesbian channels). Alphabetically arranged entries provide storylines, performer/character casts, production credits, day/month/year broadcast dates, type, length, network(s), and review excerpts.
The Haunted Housewives of Allister Alabama by Susan Abel Sullivan Book Summary:
Who knew one gaudy Velvet Elvis could lead to such a heap of haunted trouble? When Cleo Tidwell said, “I do,” for the third time, she had no idea her marriage vows would be tested by a tacky piece of art. But Cleo’s not the kind of woman to let a velvet-offense-against-good-taste just hang — oh no, she’s on a mission to oust the King. Trouble is, Elvis won’t leave the building. And he’s attractin’ all manner of kooks, fanatics, and looky-loos to Cleo’s doorstep, including the entire congregation of the Church of the Blue Suede Shoes. Everyone wants a piece of the painting, but Cleo’s starting to suspect that whatever’s haunting the Velvet Elvis wants a piece of her husband. Why else would her hubby trade in his car for a ’56 pink Caddy, moonlight as an Elvis impersonator, and develop a sudden hankering for fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches? Certainly it can’t be anything as simple as a mid-life crisis, because Cleo is not getting divorced again — her mother would never let her hear the end of it. Cleo’s life is all shook up by crazies with death threats, psychic warnings “from beyond,” kidnapping attempts, invitations to join the Blue Shoe Loonies, and even murder! Cleo’s in a fight for her life, her marriage, and the perseverance of good taste everywhere.
Blood Work by Kim Harrison,Pedro Maia Book Summary:
When Ivy met Rachel, the result wasn’t exactly love at first sight. Sparks flew as the living vampire and the stubborn witch learned what it meant to be partners. Now Kim Harrison, the acclaimed author of Pale Demon and Black Magic Sanction, turns back the clock to tell the tale—in an original full-color graphic novel. Hot-as-hell, tough-as-nails detective Ivy Tamwood has been demoted from homicide down to lowly street-crime detail. As if rousting trolls and policing pixies instead of catching killers wasn’t bad enough, she’s also been saddled with a newbie partner who’s an earth witch. It’s enough to make any living vampire bare her fangs. But when a coven of murderous witches begins preying on werewolves, Rachel Morgan quickly proves she’s a good witch who knows how to be a badass. Together, Ivy and Rachel hit the mean streets to deal swift justice to the evil element among Cincinnati’s supernatural set. But there’s more to their partnership than they realize—and more blood and black magic in their future than they bargained for.
Essential Handbook (Yo-Kai Watch) by Scholastic Book Summary:
All 200 Yo-kai, all in the same big book! The Medallium (named after the book in the show / video game that Nate uses to collect all his Yo-kai medallions) has all the stats and facts kids need to know about over 200 funny, fantastic Yo-kai. It's an absolute must-have for Yo-kai fans of all ages.
One Kick by Chelsea Cain Book Summary:
"Kick Lannigan has taught herself to be dangerous. She can pick any lock, fire any weapon, throw any knife, and aim a punch at her opponent's trachea. She has also taught herself to be safe. So when enigmatic John Bishop shows up asking her to help him rescue missing kids, Kick has every reason to be wary. He appears to have access to limitless money, high-level contacts, and details of Kick's background long kept sealed by the court. Yet everything he tells her about himself seems to be a lie. Headstrong by nature, suspicious by circumstance, and a smart-ass by self-determination, Kick can't help but see the writing on the wall: together, she and Bishop could make an unstoppable team, willing to do whatever it takes -- legal or not -- to see justice served ... if they don't kill each other first. For Kick, whose interest in child abduction is deeply personal, it's a gamble worth taking."--Page 4 of cover.
Welcome to Lickskillet, and Other Crazy Places in the Deep South by Kathy Kemp,Keith Boyer Book Summary:
How many times have you seen them on the map? Towns with names like Lickskillet, Hot Coffee, and Between. Well here are more than 70 of the craziestnamed towns in the South, gathered in one entertaining volume. The seven states of the Deep South are covered: Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, and North Carolina. A delight as an armchair read or travel guide for those seeking an off-the-beaten-path experience.
How To Watch Television by Jason Mittell Book Summary:
We all have opinions about the television shows we watch, but television criticism is about much more than simply evaluating the merits of a particular show and deeming it ‘good’ or ‘bad.’ Rather, criticism uses the close examination of a television program to explore that program’s cultural significance, creative strategies, and its place in a broader social context. How to Watch Television brings together forty original essays from today’s leading scholars on television culture, writing about the programs they care (and think) the most about. Each essay focuses on a particular television show, demonstrating one way to read the program and, through it, our media culture. The essays model how to practice media criticism in accessible language, providing critical insights through analysis—suggesting a way of looking at TV that students and interested viewers might emulate. The contributors discuss a wide range of television programs past and present, covering many formats and genres, spanning fiction and non-fiction, broadcast and cable, providing a broad representation of the programs that are likely to be covered in a media studies course. While the book primarily focuses on American television, important programs with international origins and transnational circulation are also covered. Addressing television series from the medium’s earliest days to contemporary online transformations of television, How to Watch Television is designed to engender classroom discussion among television critics of all backgrounds. Read: Introduction / Table of Contents / Sample Essays Online View: Clips from the Essays Visit the Facebook page.
Emma & Persuasion by Jane Austen Book Summary:
This carefully crafted ebook: "Emma & Persuasion" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. "Emma" – Emma Woodhouse has just attended the wedding of Miss Taylor, her friend and former governess, to Mr. Weston. Having introduced them, Emma takes credit for their marriage, and decides that she likes matchmaking. Against the advice of her brother-in-law, Emma forges ahead with her new interest, causing many controversies in the process. Set in the fictional village of Highbury, Emma is a tale about youthful hubris and the perils of misconstrued romance. "Persuasion" – Anne Elliot is a young Englishwoman of 27 years, whose family is moving to lower their expenses and get out of debt, at the same time as the wars come to an end, putting sailors on shore. They rent their home to an Admiral and his wife. Brother of Admiral's wife is Navy Captain Frederick Wentworth, a man who had been engaged to Anne when she was 19, and now they meet again, both single and unattached, after no contact in more than seven years. First time the engagement was broken up because Anne's family persuaded her that Frederick wasn't good enough opportunity. The new situation offers a second, well-considered chance at love and marriage for Anne Elliot in her second "bloom".
No Such Thing As Grown Ups Book One by Tara Audibert,Curtis Carey Book Summary:
Starring Milo The Handsomest cat in the world on a hopeful journey to meet Oprah Winfrey. As Well as the hilarious adventures of Curtis and Tara and they're Dog, cats, Penguin Friend and the Drunk Unicorn that lives next door. It all fun everyday But it's not recommended for children under the age of 16, Or people who think Santa is a real guy in real life.
Stinky Science by Edward Kay Book Summary:
Who knew science could be so smelly??? This innovative book is a complete exploration of the olfactory system, with a side of gross-out hilarity. First, it tackles the basics, from why things stink to how our sense of smell works (hint: it has to do with the six million scent receptors way up inside our noses). Then, it moves on to some specifics such as the link between smells and memories, some of the stinkiest stinks on Earth, the chemicals smells are made of and more! The eww! on every page is sure to hold every young scientistÕs attention!
Simple Acts by Natalie Silverstein Book Summary:
Take a fresh approach to community service and giving back. Teaching young children to be socially conscious, community-oriented, and eager to volunteer seems like a daunting task, especially for busy families with children of varying ages. Simple Acts brings busy parents practical, easy-to-do ideas to involve the whole family in volunteering and helping others in the community. With step-by-step instructions, you'll learn: the proven value of service n raising compassionate children; how to choose community-service options that are right for your family; ideas for integrating volunteering and service into your already-busy schedule; ways to help your children experience the deep satisfaction of helping others. Full of advice, tips, and real-life stories; this fun, easy-to-use guide helps parents and children of all ages incorporate hands-on community service experiences into their daily lives. You're never too young -or too old- to start giving back.
Jack's Manual by J. A. Grohusko Book Summary:
Jack's Manual: Recipes for Fancy Mixed Drinks and When and How to Serve, was first published in 1910 by bartender Jack A. Grohusko, and contains nearly 400 cocktail recipes, in addition to how to serve wines, as well as detailed information on alcohol of all kinds, cellar management and how to decant wines, as well as when and how to serve beverages. The cocktail recipes, almost 400 in total, including many varieties of cocktails both served chilled and warm: daisies, fizzes, highballs, julips, sours, smashes, toddys, cobblers, punches, slings, lemonades, and much more. He has even added a limited number of appetizer and sandwich recipes. Peruse the table of contents to get a “taste” for the vast array of recipes included. Review excerpt: National Barbecue News; March 2013 issue: ...“How to Mix Drinks: A Bartender's Manual by George Winter and Jack's Manual: Recipes for Fancy Mixed Drinks and When and How to Serve by J. A. Grohusko were both brought back to print by editor Cam Reese and we should all be grateful for the efforts. The drink recipes within each are certainly still valid today but it is the writings of these two original authors that you'll really enjoy. It's really cool to be able to get in the heads of two turn-of-the century barmen. ...”
The Bra Book by Jene' Luciani Book Summary:
According to a September 2006 episode of the “The Oprah Winfrey Show” countless American women are in need of a serious “bra intervention.” Eighty-five percent of women are wearing the wrong bra. What else don’t we know about which one is the right one? The Bra Book author Jené Luciani—a fashion expert and a go-to guide for beauty advice—once and for all arms women with the knowledge they need to find the right fashion support. From the best bra to wear under every outfit to important information about bras and breast health from puberty to retirement, from the physics behind bra design to how you can best ensure a proper fit, The Bra Book is the source for women everywhere. Luciani’s warm, supportive style guides the reader through a minefield of bra facts, fallacies and faux-pas in chapters like “The Herstory of Bras,” “Breast RX” and “Mountains vs. Molehills.” Each chapter offers expert advice alongside a plethora of photographs and useful diagrams, witty quotes from real men and women, tons of tips and a tear-out guide to take the confusion out of bra shopping—and put the fun back in. The Bra Book doesn’t just tell women how bras work; it shows them how to make their bras work for them!
Mud, Sweat and Tears by Bear Grylls Book Summary:
Bear Grylls is a man who has always sought the ultimate in adventure. Growing up on the Isle of Wight, he was taught by his father to sail and climb at an early age. As a teenager he found identity and purpose through both mountaineering and martial arts, which led the young adventurer to the foothills of the mighty Himalaya and a grandmaster's karate training camp in Japan. On returning home, he embarked upon the notoriously gruelling selection course for the British Special Forces to join 21 SAS - a journey that was to push him to the very limits of physical and mental endurance. Then, in a horrific free-fall parachuting accident, Bear broke his back in three places. It was touch and go whether he would ever walk again. However, only eighteen months later Bear became one of the youngest ever climbers to scale Everest, aged only twenty-three. But this was just the beginning of his many extraordinary adventures . . . Known and admired by millions, Bear Grylls has survived where few would dare to go. Now, for the first time, Bear tells the story of his action-packed life. Gripping, moving and wildly exhilarating, Mud, Sweat and Tears is a must-read for adrenalin junkies and armchair adventurers alike.
The Crow by James Vance,Alexander Maleev,James O'Barr Book Summary:
The Crow returns in a tale of violent retribution - but with a difference - for the first time, the avenger is a woman. She is Iris Shaw, formerly a federal conservation officer, who died when her office was blown up by right-wing terrorists.
You Are the Beloved by Henri J. M. Nouwen Book Summary:
"This daily devotional offers deep spiritual insight into human experience, intimacy, brokenness, and mercy. Featuring the best of Nouwen,s writing from previously published works. It will appeal to readers already familiar with Nouwen's work as well as new readers looking for a devotional.--Publisher's promotional description.
American Modern by Thomas O'Brien,Lisa Light Book Summary:
Designer and merchant, collector and tastemaker, Thomas O’Brien has made a career of translating cool notions of modernism into an easy and generous array of modern styles that anyone can attain. Now he introduces readers to a range of those styles—from casual to formal, vintage to urban—alongside stunning photography and charming design stories. O’Brien carefully describes the design process of his chosen projects, including a downtown New York City loft, a traditional Connecticut estate, and a converted schoolhouse in eastern Long Island. Each home explores a view on the modern design spectrum he has created, as well as the individual choices that make the design unique and its mix essentially American. He explains not only what was at work to create a given style, but how readers can import those practices to their own homes and personal design sensibilities. Important design principles such as architectural authenticity, color relationships, correctness of scale, and informed collecting are threaded through a practical narrative that reads like a master class in interior design. American Modern is an inspiring design volume that will redefine the way readers think about modern interiors.
The Book of My Enemy by Clive James Book Summary:
The reputation of Clive James as a poet was slow to form, perhaps because he was too famous as a star journalist and television entertainer. There was also the drawback that his poetry was so entertaining it was hard for many critics to take seriously. But after the notoriety achieved by a single self-satirizing poem, ‘The Book of My Enemy Has Been Remaindered’, one of the most anthologized poems of recent times, James’s poetic output became impossible to ignore, and his 1985 collection Other Passports was greeted with praise for its thematic scope and technical accomplishment, even by critics who still doubted his seriousness. Since then, James has emerged unarguably as one of the most prominent poets of his generation – and The Book of My Enemy (which includes Other Passports) shows why.
The Food of Love Cookery School by Nicky Pellegrino Book Summary:
In the sun-drenched Sicilian hills, four women learn the lessons of a lifetime at the Food of Love Cookery School. In a remote Sicilian mountain town, four women arrive at a cookery school, each at a turning point in their lives. Moll is a foodie and an exhausted working mum on the holiday of a lifetime. Tricia, a top London lawyer is taking a break from the demands of her job and her family. Valerie, consumed by grief following the death of her partner, is trying to figure out how to live a life without him. And recently divorced Poppy has come to Sicily to learn about the place that her grandfather was born before emigrating to Australia. Luca Amore runs the school, using the recipes passed down to him by generations of Amore women. He expects this course to be much like all the others - but as sparks fly, friendships are made and secrets are shared. And for each of them nothing will ever be the same.
The Road to Happiness Is Always Under Construction by Linda Gray Book Summary:
To celebrate her 75th birthday, Linda Gray, the iconic star of Dallas and timeless beauty, is sharing her road map to happiness in her revelatory memoir. When Linda Gray, iconic star of Dallas, was twenty years old, a magazine editor coldly rejected her as a model, writing that, perhaps one day, “you might shape into something.” Since then, Linda has been evolving and growing, and has shaped into a role model for women of every age in her grace, beauty, generosity, and wisdom. She’s been through more pain and tragedy than her longtime fans realize, having suffered paralyzing polio as a child, growing up with an alcoholic mother, landing in a emotionally abusive marriage at twenty-two and living by her husband’s rules for sixteen years before she openly rebelled against him to take an acting class. At thirty-eight, Linda got her big break, as Larry Hagman’s wife on Dallas. With fame came a bitter, public divorce, trouble at home with her two kids, and the loss of her beloved sister to breast cancer. Linda got through it all—the challenges of sexism in Hollywood and the pressures of being a single working mom—with a relentlessly positive attitude that kept her cruising, with a few speed bumps, to the place of serenity she thrives in now. To celebrate her seventy-fifth birthday, Linda is opening up about her life for the first time. Inside this book, she tells deeply personal stories with wit, humor, and candor, and reveals how she’s learned to love every day as the blessing it is and to treat herself with the kindness she bestows on friends and strangers alike. Along with wisdom, Linda has accumulated a lot of practical tips about maintaining a healthy lifestyle—how to strengthen and detoxify your body, liberate your mind, and uplift your soul—and shares them as well. Her message to “give, love, and shine, baby, shine” will fill anyone with inspiration to live life to the fullest, and never stop pursuing honesty and joy.
He Had It Coming by Kori Rumore,Marianne Mather Book Summary:
The real story behind the women waiting to stand trial for murder on "Murderess Row" in the 1920s, as made famous in the hit musical Chicago. Told through archival photos, original reporting, and new analysis from the Chicago Tribune.