Readable, practical, and original, this is likely to become the go-to book for understanding cat behavior.
Given Bowen’s inherent decency, he might well have turned things around even without his feline friend, but he convincingly makes the case that Bob was the cat-alyst.
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.
While Binchy’s stories are sketchier than usual, perhaps understandably rushed, her fans will find solace as hearts mend and relationships sort themselves out one last time.
Forget world records like most consecutive hiccups while upside-down or most railroad spikes jammed up a guy’s nose. Give me the more accessible couch-spud freakdom that is setting video game records.
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.
Even if 4e isn’t your D&D edition of choice, there’s a lot of great ideas in this book that can be used by any DM. It’s very friendly to any fantasy RPG of choice...
He writes chillingly of work at an animal shelter and what the job entails, then he celebrates his stewardship of a change-hating, crotchety cat that never stopped teaching.
Beautiful and inexpensive accessories abound if you know how to transform the everyday into the chic.
In all Swain shows that there are many ways to play, using lots of what we already have around us to create new games. As well, with almost everyone of these games you can use Swain’s ideas as a starting point to create your own games or allow the kids to improvise off of the game
An impressive blend of biography and magical realism.
The U.S. edition of Nigel Slater's latest cookbook, "Ripe: A Cook in the Orchard," is pretty irresistible.
Their idea is to use fresh fruits, vegetables, and dairy products to make lively plate-sculptures of animals, faces, and choo-choo trains, inducing kids to eat what we want them to. For me, the stuff is just great art.
...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 writes sentences that make you ache with longing for moments in the past...whether it be the comforts of a beloved pet or the joy of reading a great book like this one.
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.