They're the meals one's grandma used to make, the recipes lovingly handed down from mother to child, the dishes that warm the body and soul. This classic cookbook will be celebrating its 100th birthday next year. Flexibound.
An entertaining men's guide to life in the twenty-first century introduces 668 important rules, accompanied by full-color illustrations, designed to set men straight about everything, including cologne, leftover chili, luggage, sports, and other important topics.
Start solving sudoku, CosmoGIRL! This chunky little paperback, the perfect size to fit in any bag, for CosmoGirls of 13 upwards, features 108 pages of sudoku puzzles--this wildly popular, easy-to-learn and incredibly addictive game is the hippest around! Specially created for Cosmogirls, this is cool enough to have pride of place on any bookshelf!
Enhanced with bright photographs, a gazetteer, suggested itineraries, and intriguing tales about special locations, this travel guide offers a look at some of France's more intimate locations, complete with information on boutiques, restaurants, hotels, and more.
William Randolph Hearst was one of the most colorful and important figures of turn-of-the-century America, a man who changed the face of American journalism and whose influence extends to the present day. Now, in William Randolph Hearst, Ben Procter gives us the most authoritative account of Hearst's extraordinary career in newspapers and politics. Born to great wealth--his father was a partial owner of four fabulously rich mines--Hearst began his career in his early twenties by revitalizing a rundown newspaper, the San Franciso Examiner. Hearst took what had been a relatively sedate form of communicating information and essentially created the modern tabloid, complete with outrageous headli...