Teachers will appreciate Danza’s advocacy, and perhaps readers who know him from TV will be moved to consider the urgent questions he raises.
The Guinness World Records 2013 Gamer’s Edition offers the gamers a way to see different achievements throughout the gaming world and to learn more about other people in the world to which they dedicate a lot of time.
With an entertaining insider’s perspective, Littlefield transports readers back to a seemingly magical time when half the country would watch the same show.
Fascinating, especially to readers interested in wildlife conservation and the rehabilitation of elephants.
...the sisters' grounded approach and appreciation for each other adds a refreshing element to an oft-told tale.
The book is a combination of the weekly and Sunday strips (the latter are in full color), arranged chronologically. Some of the longer “poetic” sequences...take up quite a few pages and are bright and well rendered. If you want to lose yourself in the entire Calvin and Hobbes universe...this book is worth giving up a few lattes.
Lindsay...provides another guilty pleasure. Really, really guilty.
This broad approach toward harnessing our "negative capability" deserves wide readership
...this biography has the oddest effect: as soon as you finish reading it you feel an overwhelming impulse to go back and begin again, revisiting the story with what you’ve learned along the way.
Blending his own autobiography into Tom’s profile, Perry plunges into the soul of the American heartland.
Those indifferent to Young will see no point to it, but Young obsessives will find it hard to put down.
Harkaway makes his novel great fun on every page
But Stein, a skilled feature writer and humour columnist, keeps his storytelling fresh and his unfiltered observations coming, page after page.
Part critical appraisals, part history lessons, his chapters incorporate new interviews with showrunners and network executives.
Mr. Silver illustrates his dos and don’ts through a series of interesting essays that examine how predictions are made in fields including chess, baseball, weather forecasting, earthquake analysis and politics.
''Cross to Bear'' has interesting things to say about racism and being a Southern rock band in the 1970s.
Overall, McInerney’s encounters with wines are deeply quirky, thus memorable...an oenological exegesis entailing a first kiss and lots of personality.
“Cronkite” is evidence that a job can be done just about perfectly. That goes for the man and this exceptional biography.
Readers will devour this wonderful story and cry from beginning to end. Sweet and heartfelt, Cameron likely has another bestseller on his hands.
...Moran invests her consciousness-raising confessions with an all-too-rare working-class worldview.