Please register or log in.
  • (8 pages)
  • first
  • prev
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
Non-Fiction Notify me when new posts are submitted in this category
  Title Picture
add to favorites Net Bible First Edition
No Picture
Excellent ebible Book for Kindle
add to favorites Shamati: I Heard
No Picture
Rav Yehuda Ashlag
add to favorites The Zohar
No Picture
by Michael Laitman
add to favorites Don't Sing at the Table: Life Lessons from my Grandmothers (Adriana Trigiani)
Fans of novelist Trigiani will be delighted with this guided tour through the author's family history via her grandmothers, Lucia and Viola. She lovingly details the women's lives and recounts the lessons she's learned while offering a fascinating look at U.S. history from the perspective of her Italian-American forebears. Both Lucia and Viola worked hard from an early age, cooking and cleaning among any number of chores, and parlayed their work ethic and expertise into strong careers. Viola started out as a machine operator and, later, co-owned a mill with her husband, while Lucia worked in a factory and then became a seamstress and storefront couturier. Her grandmothers also took pride in passing along wisdom to others; throughout her life, Trigiani benefited from their guidance regarding everything from marriage to money, creativity to religion. She credits them with telling good stories: "I mimicked their work ethic imagining myself in a factory, layering words like tasks until the work was done. I took away more than life lessons from their stories; I made a career out of it." Here, Trigiani combines family and American history, reflections on lives well-lived, and sound advice to excellent effect, as a legacy to her daughter and a remembrance of two inimitable women.
add to favorites 23 Minutes in Hell
No Picture
23 Minutes in Hell
Wiese, Bill
add to favorites Mail-Order Kid
No Picture
Mail-Order Kid: An Orphan Train Rider's Story
by Marilyn Coffey
add to favorites How to Become a Scandal: Adventures in Bad Behavior
By Laura Kipnis. A brilliant curtain-raiser on exactly why it’s so delicious to watch self-destruction, How to Become a Scandal is a must-read for anyone unable to look away from another’s fall from grace. Laura Kipnis argues that it takes two to make a scandal and cuts through the tangled relationship between the scandalized victims and us as the voyeurs, noting that the audience is equally to blame for whipping up such frenzy. A thoughtful and juicy take on familiar targets (Linda Tripp and the NASA love triangle among them)
add to favorites The Sayings Of Confucius
No Picture
This book gives you the life history and then sayings of interesting
add to favorites Marketing
No Picture
Principles of Marketing
add to favorites Woman's Institute Library of Cookery
No Picture
Title: Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 1: Essentials of Cookery; Cereals; Bread; Hot Breads
Author: Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

Title: Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 2: Milk, Butter and Cheese; Eggs; Vegetables
Author: Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

Title: Woman's Institute Library of Cookery Volume 3: Soup; Meat; Poultry and Game; Fish and Shell Fish
Author: Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences