May but May not
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occasional essays on working with words and pictures
—writing, editing, typographic design, web design, and publishing—
from the perspective of a guy who has been putting squiggly marks on paper for over five decades and on the computer monitor for over two decades
A former Connecticut priest traces the Catholic Church's abuse crisis to the source in a series of thoughtful personal essays.
This slim guide is a must-read for professionals who support family caregivers.
The diet book for people who hate diet books (and diets).
Nothing you need to know, but oh so much you want to know about everyday life at the time of Shakespeare.
Winner, Best New Age Non-Fiction, 2008 Next Generation Indie Book Awards
Before you build—before you plan to build—know what you are getting yourself into. Steph Slater explains the process to the project owner, step by step. Here is what you need to know to avoid costly construction mistakes and make your project a success.
Dr. Rich Fogoros lays out in clear, understandable prose a thorough and honest analysis of the mess we are in and the way to get out of it. If you are going to read one book this year, Fixing American Healthcare should be that book.
The ethical choice is the right choice. Step out and lead the way in changing the world by signing the business ethics pledge.
Policy updated 1 March 2009.
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