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More Info Color Phoenician Art (World Culture Coloring Series Book 9)
by Mrinal Mitra

The 'Color Phoenician Art' book in the "World Culture Coloring Series," extends far beyond a regular coloring book. There are thirty-eight pages filled with images that are both culturally rich and stunning, complete with a brief historical footnote for each image. Pages also include a synopsis of the art form along with two bonus pages. Images are multifunctional and besides coloring, can be used to create cutouts, masks, and various other crafts. Overall, the images are carefully chosen to inspire creativity in the minds of all the participants.A Review of the Educational Value of the...
More Info The Folded Book
by Laurette Frazier

Discover the craft of transforming used books into new folded origami-like art treasures!!

If you have ever wondered how book pages are folded into words, animal designs and patterns, then this e-book will take you on that journey to find out and also provide links to tutorials on how to do it yourself. While not an instruction manual, per se, The Folded Book will save you much time and effort in researching this interesting subject. Let my research save hours of your time.

If you have seen folded books online you know they are fascinating to view. Many book artists have learned to create...
More Info The Simple Flute: From A to Z
by Michel Debost

Drawing from his highly praised French work, Une simple flute, distinguished flutist and teacher Michel Debost has compiled a useful and imaginative introduction to playing the flute. This alphabetically arranged compendium of advice and insight covers essential topics such as breathing, articulation, and tone, but also explores "jawboning," "finger phrasing," "the little devils," and other quirky and vexing aspects of flute playing. Full of practical advice on technique and axioms that lend moral support during tough practice sessions, The Simple Flute will be a welcome addition to any...
More Info The Philosophy of the Coen Brothers (Philosophy Of Popular Culture)
by Mark T. Conard

In 2008 No Country for Old Men won the Academy Award for Best Picture, adding to the reputation of filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen, who were already known for pushing the boundaries of genre. They had already made films that redefined the gangster movie, the screwball comedy, the fable, and the film noir, among others. No Country is just one of many Coen brothers films to center on the struggles of complex characters to understand themselves and their places in the strange worlds they inhabit. To borrow a phrase from Barton Fink, all Coen films explore "the life of the mind" and show that...
More Info DIY: Homemade Deodorants
by Patricia Morgan

Awesome deodorants that can be made right out of the pantry. These deodorants are a must have if your skin is sensitive to commercial deodorants. I also feel that these are better at fighting body odor as compared to commercial products.
More Info Knitting Stitches: Learn How to Knit Stitches Quick and Easy (Knitting Stitches Patterns Book 1)
by Emma Brown

Does knitting stitches tie you in a knot? Discover how to simplify sophisticated stitches the fast and easy way. Having trouble improving your knitting skills? Want to knit your own shawls and sweaters but don't have the time to undo your many, many mistakes? Author and knitting expert Emma Brown learned to knit almost as soon as she could hold a needle. Brown’s easy-to-learn techniques will have you knitting in no time and racing through your first set of patterns. In Knitting Stitches: Learn How to Knit Stitches Quick and Easy, Brown takes you step-by-step through everything you need to...
More Info Story-Flash: Step-by-Step Technology of Plot Development (Story-Flash System Book 1)
by Alexander Astremsky

Author and scriptwriter Alexander Astremsky offers a systematic approach to plot development and screenwriting. He suggests you stop "waiting for inspiration" and use the Story-Flash step-by-step technology instead. He invites you to rev up “the engine of your imagination" so that you can come up with exciting stories and design them easily, professionally and without the “throes of creation.”

The book includes such chapters as "Story Development," "Episode Plan," "Character Development," “How to Make the Story as Compelling as Possible,” “How to Develop a Great Comedy Plot,” etc. It...
More Info Mae West: An Icon in Black and White
by Jill Watts

"Why don't you come up and see me sometime?" Mae West invited and promptly captured the imagination of generations. Even today, years after her death, the actress and author is still regarded as the pop archetype of sexual wantonness and ribald humor. But who was this saucy starlet, a woman who was controversial enough to be jailed, pursued by film censors and banned from the airwaves for the revolutionary content of her work, and yet would ascend to the status of film legend?
Sifting through previously untapped sources, author Jill Watts unravels the enigmatic life of Mae West, tracing...
More Info "To Everything There is a Season": Pete Seeger and the Power of Song (New Narratives in American History)
by Allan M. Winkler

Author or coauthor of such legendary songs as "If I Had a Hammer," "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" and "Turn, Turn, Turn," Pete Seeger is the most influential folk singer in the history of the United States. In "To Everything There Is a Season": Pete Seeger and the Power of Song, Allan Winkler describes how Seeger applied his musical talents to improve conditions for less fortunate people everywhere. This book uses Seeger's long life and wonderful songs to reflect on the important role folk music played in various protest movements of the twentieth century.

A tireless supporter of union...