Nonfiction

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The Call of the World

A travelogue/memoir full of great descriptions; interesting tales; and insightful reflections on people and places.
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Secrets from the Sofa

The author is wise and insightful, having been enriched and informed by his experiences as a young man in post-war Europe dealing with Jews rescued from concentration camps and German prisoners of war.
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Backyard Deer Hunting 

In a single volume, prize-winning author Wm. Hovey Smith explains every aspect of deer hunting-- from finding deer and getting a license to hunt to cooking it for your family.
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Practical Bowfishing

Expert bowfisherman William Hovey Smith explores every aspect of the challenging and exciting sport of bowfishing.
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All About Motherhood: "A Mom for All Seasons" and Other Essays

All About Motherhood charts the interior journey women make when they give birth and take on the most demanding and dynamic role of their lives.
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Happiness Is No Laughing Matter

Starting in 1959 when he was a young student, Marshall Yaeger takes us through his evolution as a writer, actor and theater director. A deeply personal work, he comments on his own accomplishments, his failures and disappointments and—by coming to terms with his homosexuality—his slow discovery of his true self.
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Ball Crazy

Delves into the the obsession with baseball and makes it easily relatable for the unfamiliar reader, highlighting the emotional highs and lows of watching and playing the game.
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The Spirit in the Desert: Pilgrimages to Sacred Sites in the Owens Valley

Father Brad Karelius traverses the land of the Paiute Indian tribes, the earth now barren where families once walked. He also takes us inside his own walls--describing his family and their challenges in dealing with his son Erik's seizures.
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Acting Well to Age Well

While Acting Well to Age Well focuses on the issues of obesity and weight loss, Yaeger's premise of behavioral change for life can be applied to any obstacle that keeps us from being the whole and healthy person we each envision for ourselves.
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Buildings: Architecture in American Modernism

An exhibition organized for the benefit of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.
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Georgia O’Keeffe: Selected Paintings and Works on Paper

Introduction by Robert Pincus-Witten. 90 pages; 41 color illustrations
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ZERO in New York

This opulently illustrated, lavishly finished book offers a unique English compendium to ZERO, which is presented as an international, stylistically as well as thematically multi-perspective movement, whose history is traced from its immediate beginnings in 1957 to its dissolution in 1966.
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Julian Schnabel: Navigation Drawings

Essay by David Moos. Includes thirty-nine full color reproductions.
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Guillermo Kuitca: Stage Fright

Published on the occasion of the exhibition "Guillermo Kuitca: Stage Fright" presented at Gallery Met, The Metropolitan Opera, New York, 2007.
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American Bricolage

An artist's publication assembled on the occasion of the "American Bricolage Exhibition," in collaboration with Hope Atherton, Chris Burden, Greg Colson, Wim Delvoye, Tom Friedman, Tim Hawkinson, Toland Grinnell, Jon Kessler, Tom Sachs, and Richard Wentworth. Reviewed by IR Staff
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Wim Delvoye: Drawings & Scale Models

In conjunction with a Wim Delvoye solo show, Drawings & Scale Models. Composed of sixty pages of color reproductions.
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Charles LeDray: Sculpture

Exhibition catalogue. Sperone Westwater, New York, 2007.
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Tom Sachs: Animals

Exhibition catalogue from Sperone Westwater, New York, 2008.
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Wright on Time: Arizona, Book 1

A family of four with two homeschooled children who are being "roadschooled” by their parents, as they drive around the country in an RV.
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Xanta Claus

Santa Claus's job is not just to bring presents; it's to bring hope to children, up to the age of ten. But why stop there? Even adults could use a little hope sometimes.
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The Secret Peace: Exposing the Positive Trend of World Events

Despite wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, continuing conflict in the Middle East, and such horrendous events as 911, author Jesse Richards presents the boldly optimistic theory that the world is actually moving away from war and violence toward unity and peace.