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    Edible Medicines Edible Medicines An Ethnopharmacology of Food by Nina L. Etkin. An investigation into the health and medicinal implications and applications of foods from the cuisines of peoples around the world. Indexed. 301 pages. Buy this title.
    Fish Catching Methods of the World by editors Otto Gabriel, Klaus Lange, Erdmann Dahm, and Thomas Wendt. Fourth Edition. A comprehensive survey of the evolution of fishing methods throughout the world, with approximately 750 illustrations. Indexed. 523 pages.. Buy this title.
    The Jesus Mystery The Jesus Mystery Astonishing Clues to the True Identities of Jesus and Paul by Lena Einhorn. Speculative history presenting a new hypothesis about the relationship between Jesus and the apostle Paul. Indexed. 279 pages. Buy this title.
    Jesus the Rabbi Prophet A New Light on the Gospel Message by Jacques Baldet. Translated from the French by Joseph Rowe. Scholar Sand historian Jacques Baldet seeks to restore the historical context and true nature of the Jewish society in which Jesus lived. Indexed. 260 pages. Buy this title.
    Metalsmiths and Mentors Metalsmiths and Mentors Fred Fenster and Eleanor Moty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison edited by Jody Clowes. Exhibition Catalogue of show at the Chazen Museum of Art featuring contemporary American metalsmithing, including hollowware and jewelry, wearable sculpture, poetic and narrative objects, and conceptual installations.. Buy this title.
    Rural Delivery by Michael Hofferber. A collection of short, pungent, sometimes humorous and frequently thought-provoking commentaries and advice on rural living in contemporary America. 146 pages. Buy this title.
    Spalding's World Tour The Epic Adventure that Took Baseball Around the Globe - And Made It America's Game by Mark Lamster. Illustrated with historic B&W photos. Biographical history of one of the most colorful figures in the history of American sports -- A.G. Spalding. Indexed. 341 pages. More on this title.
    Spooky Campfire Tales Spooky Campfire Tales Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Supernatural Lore by S. E. Schlosser. A collection of 30 creepy tales of ghostly hauntings, eerie happenings, and other strange occurrences from times past. Illustrated by Paul G. Hoffman 185 pages. More on this title.
    Mark Twain and Company Six Literary Relations by Leland Krauth. Examines some creative "sparks and smolderings" ignited by Twain's contact with Americans Bret Harte, William Dean Howells, and Harriet Beecher Stowe and the British writers Matthew Arnold, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Rudyard Kipling. Indexed. 307 pages. More on this title.
    Quick Change Quick Change by Jay Cronley. New paperback edition of novel first published in 1981, and the inspiration for separate French and American films (the latter starring Bill Murray and Geena Davis). 259 pages. More on this title.
    Wabi Sabi Wabi Sabi The Art of Everyday by Diane Durston. Collection of gems of wisdom about appreciating the humble beauty of everyday life. 367 pages. More on this title.
    Zane Grey on Fishing edited by Terry Mort. First Lyons Press paperback edition. A selection of some of Grey's best writing about fishing. Foreword by Loren Grey. 268 pages. More on this title.
    The Quotable Cowboy by Kathy Etling. First Lyons Press Edition. Collections of wisdom, humor, insight and foolishness of cowboys and cowgirls. Indexed. 247 pages.. More on this title.
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    Enterprising Minnesotans 150 Years of Business Pioneers by Stephen George. Profiles of Minnesotans driven by an entrepreneurial spirit to found enduring enterprises from 1849 to the present, including Cargill, the Mayo Clinic, Andersen Windows, Ecolab, Schwan's, and Leeann Chin, Inc. Indexed. 178 pages. More on this title.
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    Dog Culture:  Writers on the Character of Canines edited by Ken Foster. Trade paperback, new. Anthology of writings about dogs. Includes selections by Annie Bruno, Hillary Rosner, Nicholas Dawidoff, Brent Hoff, T Cooper, Chris Offutt, Rene Steinke and more. 195 pages. More on this title.

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    Canopy by Michael Fancello. First edition. An action-packed novel which takes us from the rainforests of Central America into the dangerous world of industrial espionage, organized crime and corrupt religious sects. 639 pages. More on this title.
    The American Porch An Informal History of an Informal Place by Michael Dolan. The Lyons Press, 2004. Trade paperback, new. First paperback edition. Illustrated with B&W and color photos. Indexed. 346 pages. More on this title.
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