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  • Central Parkby Andrew Blauner

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2012; US$ 12.99

    Central Park is perhaps the most well-trod and familiar green space in the county. It is both a refuge from the city and Manhattan's very heart; a respite from the urban grind and a hive of activity all its own. 843 carefully planned acres allow some 37 million visitors each year to come and get lost in a sense of nature. Unsurprisingly, the park also... more...

  • Our Bostonby Andrew Blauner

    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2013; US$ 15.99

    An anthology of essays about Boston and what it means to the contributors, including Susan Orlean, Kevin Cullen, Mike Barnicle, Pico Iyer, and many more. For every copy sold, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt will donate $5 to The One Fund Boston. more...

  • Coachby Andrew Blauner; Bill Bradley

    Grand Central Publishing 2007; US$ 9.99

    Twenty-five celebrated writers share the inspiring words and timeless wisdom of the athletic coaches who changed and influenced their lives and pass on the sage advice they received. more...

  • Great Baseball Storiesby Lee Gutkind; Andrew Blauner

    Constable & Robinson 2012; US$ 24.72

    Here is a wonderful collection of twenty revealing essays on the national pastime. Featuring contributions from Roger Angell, John Thorn, Frank Deford, George Plimpton, Stefan Fatsis, and others (plus a foreword by the legendary Yogi Berra), the stories are united by the authors? fervent love of the game. more...

  • Coachby Andrew Blauner; Bill Bradley

    Grand Central Publishing 2007; US$ 18.78

    Twenty-five celebrated writers share the inspiring words and timeless wisdom of the athletic coaches who changed and influenced their lives and pass on the sage advice they received. more...

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    Grand Central Publishing 2007; Not Available

    Twenty-five celebrated writers share the inspiring words and timeless wisdom of the athletic coaches who changed and influenced their lives and pass on the sage advice they received. more...

  • Brothersby Andrew Blauner; Frank McCourt

    Wiley 2009; US$ 16.95

    "The next best thing to not having a brother (as I do not) is to have Brothers. " — Gay Talese Here is a tapestry of stories about the complex and unique relationship that exists between brothers. In this book, some of our finest authors take an unvarnished look at how brothers admire and admonish, revere and revile, connect and compete,... more...

  • For the Love of Baseballby Lee Gutkind; Andrew Blauner; Yogi Berra

    Skyhorse Publishing 2014; US$ 19.95

    Stefan Fatsis sends his ôstunningly perfect, consummately perfect, why-would-anyone-use-anything-else? perfect? glove to be restored by the glove designer at Rawlings. Frank Deford makes the case that the baseball cap may be the most universal article of clothing ever designed. Roger Angell considers why it is that pitchers are ôso much livelier and... more...

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