A cat-loving anthrozoologist probes “the cat's true nature.”...A useful guide to help cat lovers better understand their elusive pets.
A rich, moving story of the link between a street-wise cat and a man who earns his living on the streets—perfect for cat lovers.
The Mad Hatter's youthful, disheveled appearance makes him resemble a modern hipster, and the pop-up trial scene features a flying pack of cards. A clever and inventive interpretation.
A Week in Winter is a glorious swansong ... serious themes examined, scrutinised and handled with insight, intelligence and a large helping of Binchy’s unforgettable kindness.
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This encouraging tale of finding love and hope in unexpected places is full of small yet valuable life lessons that any animal-lover would appreciate...
With almost every turn of a page, there’s a flash of recognition. “I didn’t know you could eat that!” you find yourself saying.
Backed by new research on plant biology, this is an intriguing look at a plant's consciousness.
The volume will have particular appeal to readers of gender studies, but these stories ultimately prove that true partnership is gender blind.
While the player section is a blast, I think the DM’s section is the best part of the book...There’s a sense of completion here that I just don’t think they’re going to be able to beat.
he slowly reveals himself to be genuine...I found myself empathizing with and rooting for Galaxy.
One of the best things about Chic On a Shoe String is that it teaches how to recycle and repurpose so many things from old clothes to broken necklaces. A ribbon becomes a belt, shoe laces a charismatic choker and a silk scarf a summer top. It’s a fun way to learn to sew and build a wardrobe.
This is a great book and one this reviewer intends to keep and use with my next day or evening with friends, family, and acquaintances. Eating and drinking are great at a get-together but adding one of these games will provide a memorable time for all! Unique and very nicely done
Hand’s descriptions of art and poetry as they are being made are breathtaking...and her troubled, beautifully drawn characters make the heart ache.
His cookbooks teach readers how to get "back to the land," even if the "land" is only a small garden or a patio planter.
Everything is nutritious and the designs turn old standbys into exciting food.
...has proved to be the most lasting element of Burnett's literary legacy. Perhaps that shouldn't surprise us, given how ahead of its time it was.
It’s rare for a nonfiction book to read like a thriller, but that’s what happens with “Glock.”
Orlean navigates around the less-savory aspects of the business that sprung up around the pup without puncturing the myth.
In befriending Atticus and carrying his father’s memory to those serene mountain peaks, Ryan admits he discovered a rare peacefulness, a quality that underscores this touching chronicle.