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So Well Remembered
An ambitious man looks back on his choices in World War I–era England in this #1 New York Times bestseller by the author of Goodbye, Mr. Chips.
So Well Remembered is a story of a people pulled reluctantly toward modernity amid the farms and factories of Lancashire, and a celebration of the steadfast character of the common English village.
A big-hearted novel of a Southern woman’s trials and tribulations: “Kincaid’s voice is a true original” (Alice Hoffman, bestselling author of The Rules of Magic).
“Exuberant . . . Kincaid has a terrific knack for capturing Southern speech, customs, and characters.” —The Cincinnati Enquirer
Acts of God
From a National Book Award–winning “master of short fiction,” a collection of “sharp, funny and insightful” stories (The Atlanta Journal-Constitution).
“Reading Ellen Gilchrist is addictive . . . Her new work is filled with good people who show fortitude and even heroism under duress . . . In this age of edgy irony, her warm-hearted view of humanity is refreshing.” —NPR
Little Big Man
From kidnapped child to Cheyenne brave to General Custer’s aide, no hero in the West had such a time as Little Big Man.
An utterly original novel, Little Big Man is considered one of the funniest Westerns ever written and a classic of American literature.
How Many Miles to Babylon?
From a Whitbread Award–winning author: A WWI novel of loyalty and friendship “graced with the immanent lyrical talent of the Irish writers at their best” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review).
Born to an aristocratic family on an estate outside of Dublin, Alexander Moore feels the constraints of his position most acutely in his friendship with Jerry Crowe, a Catholic laborer in town.
The Peacock Spring
From the New York Times–bestselling author of The Greengage Summer: Two English sisters’ lives are transformed when their father brings them to India.
Based in part on Rumer Godden’s personal experiences and informed by her love of the Indian continent, where she spent the better part of her early life, The Peacock Spring is a beautiful and heartbreaking novel of loss of innocence and coming-of-age from the acclaimed author of Black Narcissus and The River.
Advice for leaders in every arena of life on facilitating problem solving, creativity, innovation, and a sense of mutual ownership.
Most leaders tend to communicate badly, have unspoken or inflexible expectations towards those they lead and blame others for their own failings. Leadership: Power and Consequences confronts this problem of leadership directly and clearly by using Sy Ogulnick’s personally experienced stories.
Shadows on Our Skin
Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize: In the midst of the Troubles in Northern Ireland, a young schoolboy struggles to escape the destruction storming around him.
Inside his home in Derry, Joe Logan’s life is ruled by his tormented father; outside, by the tension and violence of the Troubles.
In the wake of family tragedy, an Indiana farmer heads west on the Santa Fe Trail in an “intense and emotionally stirring saga” of the frontier (Booklist, starred review).
Set against the backdrop of the frontier during the years just preceding the Civil War, Crossing Purgatory is a beautifully scripted and powerful story of unprincipled ambition, guilt, and the price one man is willing to pay for atonement.
The Beader's Bible
Beading techniques and over thirty beautiful projects for every experience level!
This is an indispensable guide to beads and beading techniques, presenting essential beading know-how together with a wide range of inspirational projects, tips and ideas.
The Squire Quartet
Four loosely linked realistic novels from “one of Britain’s most accomplished and versatile writers” (The Guardian).
“[A] novel of ideas that is also eminently readable . . . a virtuoso performance.” —Publishers Weekly
Hiroshima Mon Amour
The award-winning screenplay for the classic film the New York Post hailed as “overwhelming . . . a motion picture landmark.”
One of the most influential works in the history of cinema, Alain Renais’s Hiroshima Mon Amour gathered international acclaim upon its release in 1959 and was awarded the International Critics’ Prize at the Cannes Film festival and the New York Film Critics’ Award. Ostensibly the story of a love affair between a Japanese architect and a French actress visiting Japan to make a film on peace, Hiroshima Mon Amour is a stunning exploration of the influence of war on both Japanese and French culture and the conflict between love and inhumanity.
A young woman sets out on an epic journey across colonial America in a “tale of love and fortitude. Simply riveting” (Keith Donohue, New York Times–bestselling author).
“A historical romance written in unadorned prose, Farmer’s Evangeline will satisfy readers who allow themselves to swoon, who enjoy sentimentality . . . A kind of fiction that’s underrepresented in U.S. bookstores.”—ForeWord Magazine
Sometimes feelings that you think you shouldn’t have are more than just a quirk.
Rod has his youth, his money, his art, and an active sex life—everything he could want. At least, he thinks so. Until he meets an attractive male model who will forever change him and the way he thinks about love.
The Passion of Sacco and Vanzetti
A novel based on the controversial case of two immigrants executed for murder in 1927, from the #1 New York Times–bestselling author of Spartacus.
Howard Fast’s heartrending fictional account offers a window into the thoughts and feelings of a presumed-innocent Sacco and Vanzetti, and is a withering indictment of the American justice system.
Franklin Is Bossy
From the storybook series that inspired the beloved TV show starring everyone’s favorite turtle!
Franklin has lots of friends and one best friend named Bear. They play tag, hopscotch, and ball. But Franklin always wants to pick the game and make the rules. No one wants to play with him—he’s too bossy! In this Classic Franklin Storybook, Franklin learns he can’t always have his own way.
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