Native Places

Drawing as a Way to See
By Frank Harmon

Native Places: Drawing as a Way to See by Frank Harmon is a fascinating book that will give a new perspective on the places we come from and the lives we lead. The author helps us realize that home is just not the place we...

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Watercolour Seascapes

Painting Seas Made Possible
By Ruth Coulson

Ruth Coulson’s Watercolour Seascapes: Painting Seas Made Possible is a very detailed and comprehensive guide to what is, in my experience, the most difficult subject to paint – water. Watch as it pours from the tap; it's colourless. All you see when you look at...

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After the Final Curtain

America's Abandoned Theaters
By Matt Lambros

Photographer Matt Lambros can be proud of his photographic book, After the Final Curtain: America's Abandoned Theaters. This lavish collection of pictures shows the conditions of many American theaters after they closed to the public. Built in the 20th century as beautiful and elegant fortresses,...

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Twigs in my Hair

A Gardening Memoir
By Cynthia Reyes

Twigs In My Hair: A Gardening Memoir is a work of non-fiction memoir, penned by author Cynthia Reyes, with accompanying photographs by Hamlin Grange. In a visual twist on the memoir genre, the author utilizes the gardens of her past and present to tell a...

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My Creative Space

How to Design Your Home to Stimulate Ideas and Spark Innovation
By Donald M. Rattner

My Creative Space: How to Design Your Home to Stimulate Ideas and Spark Innovation by Donald M. Rattner is an insightful and useful manual that will help readers enhance the beauty of their homes by being more creative and tasteful while doing the decoration and...

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Images of Modern America

Italians of Lackawanna County
By Stephanie Longo

Stories about first-generation immigrants fill entire books. However, it is rare to find out what happened to the second, third, and fourth generations unless people achieve fame. This is a pity because the descendants’ stories can be interesting from many points of view. They can...

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The Light of Deaf Women

Inspirational Stories from Visionaries, Artists, Founders and Entrepreneurs
By Sofia Seitchik

The Light of Deaf Women: Inspirational Stories from Visionaries, Artists, Founders and Entrepreneurs by Deaf businesswoman and life coach Sofia Seitchik is a wonderful collection of mini-biographies accompanied by black-and-white photographs highlighting the achievements of almost 90 Deaf women. These women represent a variety of...

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For Dear Life

Women's Decriminalization and Human Rights in Focus
By Carol Jacobsen

For Dear Life: Women's Decriminalization and Human Rights in Focus by Carol Jacobsen is a non-fiction book on the societal issue of females in incarceration in America and what life and the social justice system is like for women who commit crimes. In this book,...

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Halloween Horror Nights Unofficial: Around the Globe

Hollywood and Beyond!
By Christopher Ripley

Halloween Horror Nights Unofficial: Around the Globe: Hollywood and Beyond! is a nonfiction art/photography book written by Christopher Ripley. Ripley is an author and blogger who’s made a study of Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights for the last twenty-odd years. In this book, he escorts...

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No Cameras Allowed

My Career as an Outlaw Rock and Roll Photographer
By Julian David Stone

No Cameras Allowed: My Career as an Outlaw Rock and Roll Photographer is a nonfiction music/entertainment book written by Julian David Stone. Stone is a photographer, filmmaker, screenplay writer and author. As a child, he had dreams of becoming a musician, but his early misadventures...

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