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- Wiley 2011; US$ 19.99
A culinary reference packed with thousands of straightforward definitions and fun tips and trivia Perfect for cooks, food lovers, and even trivia buffs, The Culinarian is a wide-ranging kitchen reference that no cupboard should be without. With plain-English definitions of everything from Absinthe to Zucchini, it includes fascinating culinary history,... more...
- Diversified Publishing 2007; US$ 14.99
4,000 ways to achieve instant intimacy What, more than anything, makes you angry? Who were your childhood idols? What kind of leader are you most inclined to follow? What has happened to the art of conversation? In the age of Internet chat rooms, speed dating, and frantic text messaging, have we forgotten how to meaningfully connect? This book... more...
- Wiley 2008; US$ 177.95
Containing close to 3,000 words and definitions, Dictionary of Artifacts is an indispensable reference for anyone working within the field of archaeology. Entries detail artifact’s classification and typology; raw materials; methods and techniques of creation; principles and techniques of examination and identification; and instructions... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2010; US$ 19.00
This all-new guide to english is designed to be user-friendly. Its innovative A-to-Z dictionary format lets you find the answers to your questions about grammar, punctuation, and preferred usage quickly and easily. Simply look up the problem areas as you would look up a word in the dictionary. It's just that simple and time-saving. A glossary of... more...
- Ulysses Press 2009; US$ 12.95
201 LITTLE BUDDHIST REMINDERS Everyone is busy and we all need little reminders to help us slow down, pay attention and enjoy life. Designed for just this purpose, gathas are short Buddhist poems to recite inwardly throughout the day. They transform familiar activities, such as commuting to work, having morning tea or coffee, washing dishes or... more...
- Ulysses Press 2007; US$ 13.95
HAPPY ENDINGS ARE NOT RELIABLE. HAPPY NOWS ARE. The attainment of happiness has always been at the heart of Buddha?s teachings. The Buddha himself was known as ? The Happy One. ? 1325 Buddhist Ways to Be Happy draws on the rich heritage of Buddhism for quick ideas, thoughts and teachings that will guide you to a deeper, more fulfilling happiness... more...
- Ulysses Press 2009; US$ 14.95
BUDDHA?S ANSWERS TO LIFE?S DAILY DILEMMAS Is it possible to find peace of mind in rush hour traffic? How can you relax with the constant ringing of your cell phone? When is there time for mindfulness during a chaotic workday? 863 Buddhist Ways to Conquer Life?s Little Challenges shows how to overcome the hitches, hiccups and hardships of modern... more...
- Workman Publishing Company 2007; US$ 9.95
Something to be happy about: This mesmerizing bestseller is revised and updated. Originally published 25 years ago (happy anniversary!) from a list that Barbara Ann Kipfer started making as a child, it?s the book that marries obsession with happiness. And it now has 4,000 fresh and more current reasons to be happy: Rabbit tracks in the snow. ... more...
- Workman Publishing Company 2001; US$ 8.95
Proverbs, precepts, maxims, saws, adages, and axioms. Polished over years of use, here are thousands of sayings that are just as true today as the day they were coined. - Learn to unlearn. - Truth does not blush. - Enjoy the journey as much as the stay. - Stretch beyond what is comfortable. - If you think you can, you can. - Pack you... more...