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Corinthian Resolve: The Story of the Marion-Bermuda Race

Corinthian Resolve: The Story of the Marion-Bermuda Race

“A fine, often surprising sea story of men and women who share a distinctively contrarian understanding of what sailing really should be.”
—John Rousmaniere, author of Fastnet Force 10

The Sea is Not Full: Ocean Sailing Revelations & Misadventures

The Sea is Not Full: Ocean Sailing Revelations & Misadventures

"Charles Doane understands the emotions that drive people to go voyaging in small boats. His prose sings . . . "
—Lin Pardey, author of numerous books on cruising.

The Art and Science of Sails

The Art and Science of Sails

“A fascinating look at the science and history that has led us to today's highly technical world of sailmaking. The book does a wonderful job of explaining the physics behind both trimming of sails and state-of-the-art sailmaking.” – Bora Gulari, two-time Moth World Champion and U.S. Sailing Rolex Yachtsman of the Year.

“Tom Whidden and Michael Levitt’s book is a clear, reliable guide to getting the most out of your sails, an essential component to good seamanship whether you’re cruising or racing.” —John Rousmaniere, author, The Annapolis Book of Seamanship.

Meet Miss Subways: New York's Beauty Queens 1941-1976

Meet Miss Subways: New York's Beauty Queens 1941-1976

For thirty years, New York City subway and bus riders were treated to more than 9,000 posters of 200 attractive young women, all dubbed "Miss Subways" for that month. The women on the posters were the faces of New York. There were wartime nurses in the 1940s, college girls studying to become teachers in the 1950s, and secretaries who dreamed of singing careers in the 1960s. The women were Irish, Italian, Jewish, and Latina. In 1948, Thelma Porter became the first black Miss Subways—a landmark event.

Flim-Flam Flora

Flim-Flam Flora

All the imaginative ways a fun-loving child creates to delay going to bed! When will Flora ever go to sleep? Not until she’s done flim-flamming her parents!

Robert McCloskey

Smash Mouth: Recipes from the Road: A Rock 'n' Roll Cookbook

Smash Mouth invades the culinary world with a rock n' roll cookbook. "Recipes From The Road" is a unique fusion of over 230 delicious recipes from 130 restaurants, as well as hilarious real life road stories straight from "The Mouth", candid road photos, and guest recipes from pop icons such as Guy Fieri (Diners, Driveins and Dives), Sammy Hagar (Van Halen), Jerome Bettis (Pittsburgh Steelers), and Michael Symon (Iron Chef, The Chew), all displayed in a beautiful, eyepopping layout.