Informed by visits to 39 sanatoriums across 11 former Eastern Bloc countries, this book details both the architecture and attendees of these state-mandated vacation destinations.
Sink into an armchair and cozy up to this special book filled with colorful flap caps, scarves, and rare mitten patterns. Through the work captured in this book, the two local authors aim to keep the tradition and culture of Newfoundland knitting alive.
This newly annotated edition of the classic wrests the text from English majors and hands it to STEMers, but also brings the concerns of literature—moral weight, literary device, creativity—to readers at risk of underestimating their importance.
Whether you’re a veteran backcountry skier or a backyard builder, this instructive yet whimsical manual will take you through the process of constructing and inhabiting a range of useful snow structures.
An exploration of the ways panoramic photography was used in the early 20th century United States, capturing and memorializing everything from majestic landscapes to work picnics to man-made disasters.
The definitive guide to fermentation by the decade's definitive chef.
Are those human molars or piranha incisors? Is that a tail or a snout? Are the eyeballs supposed to be on the back of the head, and why are they different sizes? These are all valid questions to ask when leafing through this unconventional, pocket-size coffee table book—guaranteed to draw...
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