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A Wanderer in Venice
A Wanderer in Venice Sented by Rebecca

"A Wanderer in Venice" is a fantastic account of the author's experiences wandering around Venice, first published in 1914. Beautifully written and incredibly detailed, this volume leads the reader around the ancient city's streets and monuments, inviting them to soak up the atmosphere through vivid descriptions and interesting information.

A Wanderer in Florence
A Wanderer in Florence Sented by Musa

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality.

Handbook of the Changing World Language Map

This reference work delivers an interdisciplinary, applied spatial and geographical approach to the study of languages and linguistics. This work includes chapters and sections related to language origins, diffusion, conflicts, policies, education/instruction, representation, technology, regions, and mapping.

Ethnic Dress in the United States: A Cultural Encyclopedia

The clothes we wear tell stories about us—and are often imbued with cultural meanings specific to our ethnic heritage. This concise A-to-Z encyclopedia explores 150 different and distinct items of ethnic dress, their history, and their cultural significance within the United States.

An Outline of Silozi Grammar
An Outline of Silozi Grammar Sented by Christopher

First published as a chapter in Language in Zambia: Grammatical Sketches by the Institute of African Studies (now the Institute of Economic and Social Research) in 1977, this is the second in a series of individual publications on Zambian languages and grammar.

The Garden District of New Orleans
The Garden District of New Orleans Sented by Steve Bark

The Garden District of New Orleans has enthralled residents and visitors alike since it arose in the 1830's with its stately white-columned Greek Revival mansions and double-galleried Italianate houses decorated with lacy cast iron. Photographer West Freeman evokes the romance of this elegant neighborhood with lovely images of private homes, dazzling gardens, and public structures. Author Jim Fraiser vividly details the historical significance and architectural styles of more than a hundred structures and chronicles both the political and cultural evolution of the neighborhood.

Donna Kooler's Seasons in Cross-Stitch

Collects twenty-one cross-stitch designs with which to usher in each new season, including springtime irises, summer tablecloths, autumn's glowing jack-o'lanterns, and angel snowmen for Christmas

Constable's England
Constable's England Sented by Rebecca

Constable's England accompanies an exhibition of the same name mounted at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, as part of the festival Britain Salutes New York 1983. This major exhibition was the first of the paintings of John Constable to be shown in the United States. The shaping of the exhibition and writing of the catalogue was entrusted to Graham Reynolds, the leading specialist on Constable. The images in the exhibition ranged from small oil sketches done in the open air to finished paintings on a large scale, selected to show not only the landscape subjects that Constable chose to paint but also the full scope of his remarkable development as an artist.

Teaching Organic Farming and Gardening

Drawing on nearly 50 years of teaching organic farming and gardening, the staff of the UC Santa Cruz Farm & Garden Apprenticeship and invited authors have developed an updated and expanded resource for instructors based on many of the skills and concepts taught in UCSC's annual Apprenticeship in Ecological Horticulture program.

Learning to Dance
Learning to Dance Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Everything in Taz’s life can be traced back to her quinceañera, the day she lost everything she’d ever known – and the day she met a Starship Ranger named Up.

Keto Comfort Foods: Family Favorite Recipes Made Low-Carb and Healthy

The ketogenic diet is all about nourishing and healing your body with nutrient-dense whole foods, as international bestselling author Maria Emmerich has demonstrated in her previous books, including The Ketogenic Cookbook (with Jimmy Moore) and The 30-Day Ketogenic Cleanse. But food is more than just nourishment; food is tradition, food is love, and most importantly, food is a celebration. The mere thought of eating a particular meal or the smell of a favorite childhood dish can evoke positive memories, whether it’s a simple Sunday dinner with family or a major life event.

On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

A kitchen classic for nearly 35 years. Hailed by Time magazine as "a minor masterpiece" when it first appeared in 1984, On Food and Cooking is the bible to which food lovers and professional chefs worldwide turn for an understanding of where our foods come from, what exactly they're made of, and how cooking transforms them into something new and delicious.

Light on Life: The Yoga Journey to Wholeness, Inner Peace, and Ultimate Freedom

B.K.S. Iyengar--hailed as "the Michelangelo of yoga" (BBC) and considered by many to be one of the most important yoga masters--has spent much of his life introducing the modern world to the ancient practice of yoga. Yoga's popularity is soaring, but its widespread acceptance as an exercise for physical fitness and the recognition of its health benefits have not been matched by an understanding of the emotional, intellectual, and spiritual development that the yogic tradition can also offer. In Light on Life, B.K.S. Iyengar brings readers this new and more complete understanding of the yogic journey.

Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life

Author Barbara Kingsolver and her family abandoned the industrial-food pipeline to live a rural life—vowing that, for one year, they’d only buy food raised in their own neighborhood, grow it themselves, or learn to live without it.

Art of Drawing the Human Body

Budding artists can master the toughest and most treasured technique of all: portraying the beauty, grace, and personality of the human body.

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