12408 best books about nonfiction

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Parenting with Pride Latino Style: How to Help Your Child Cherish Your Cultural Values and Succeed in Today's World
Parenting with Pride Latino Style: How to Help Your Child Cherish Your Cultural Values and Succeed in Today's World

From a distinguished psychologist, mother, and Latina, Parenting with Pride Latino Style offers the first bicultural...

views: 28, published: 09.08.2018
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No cover for Rise & Fall of the Greek Colonels
Rise & Fall of the Greek Colonels
views: 26, published: 09.08.2018
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Shock Value: A Tasteful Book About Bad Taste
Shock Value: A Tasteful Book About Bad Taste

To me, bad taste is what entertainment is all about. If someone vomits watching one of my films, it's like...

views: 25, published: 01.08.2018
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Everywoman 9e: A Gynaecological Guide For Life
Everywoman 9e: A Gynaecological Guide For Life

One of the most successful books ever published on women's health, EVERYWOMAN is the essential guide for women...

views: 22, published: 26.08.2018
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The Existential Imagination
The Existential Imagination

EXISTENTIALISM is unquestionably the most challenging philosophic movement of the 20th Century. The hurricane of...

views: 22, published: 26.08.2018
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The Perceived Self: Ecological and Interpersonal Sources of Self Knowledge
The Perceived Self: Ecological and Interpersonal Sources of Self Knowledge

This book brings new ideas to bear on the classical psychological problem of the self. A distinguished...

views: 22, published: 01.09.2018
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The Usborne Complete Book of Art Ideas
The Usborne Complete Book of Art Ideas

This inspiring book is packed full of creative ideas. It shows exciting ways of using different art materials. Simply...

views: 19, published: 30.08.2018
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Night Draws Near: Iraq's People in the Shadow of America's War
Night Draws Near: Iraq's People in the Shadow of America's War

Winner of the 2005 Los Angeles Times Book Prize A Washington Post Book World Top Five Nonfiction Book of the Year A...

views: 19, published: 28.08.2018
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Water Gardens, Pools, Streams & Fountains (Better Homes and Gardens Gardening)
Water Gardens, Pools, Streams & Fountains (Better Homes and Gardens Gardening)

Better Homes and Gardens Water Gardens Pools Streams & Fountains: Pools Streams and Fountains WLM BRAND NEW...

views: 18, published: 28.08.2018
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Sea Dragons: Predators of the Prehistoric Oceans
Sea Dragons: Predators of the Prehistoric Oceans

In the days when dinosaurs dominated the earth, their marine counterparts-every bit as big and ferocious-reigned...

views: 18, published: 29.08.2018
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Ahí les dejo mi retrato
Ahí les dejo mi retrato

Ahí les dejo mi retrato, pa que me tengan presente, todos los días y las noches, que de ustedes yo me ausente. Así se...

views: 18, published: 27.08.2018
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The American Lie
The American Lie

George Washington is fabled to have said, I cannot tell a lie. But lie he did, and politicians have been lying ever...

views: 18, published: 28.08.2018
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Railroad: Identity, Design and Culture
Railroad: Identity, Design and Culture

Celebrating the culture and design of the railroad from its beginnings in the Industrial Revolution through its...

views: 17, published: 27.08.2018
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The Math Gene: How Mathematical Thinking Evolved And Why Numbers Are Like Gossip
The Math Gene: How Mathematical Thinking Evolved And Why Numbers Are Like Gossip

Why is math so hard? And why, despite this difficulty, are some people so good at it? If there's some inborn...

views: 17, published: 16.08.2018
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Introduction to Early Medieval Western Europe, 300–900: The Sword, the Plough and the Book
Introduction to Early Medieval Western Europe, 300–900: The Sword, the Plough and the Book

'Matthew Inne's new survey fills a nagging void for teachers of early medieval history ...' - John...

views: 17, published: 30.08.2018
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Mitakuye Oyasin:
Mitakuye Oyasin: "We Are All Related"

Winner of the 1992 "Top 50" Recognition Award at the Frankfort International Bookfair, Mitakuye Oyasin is...

views: 17, published: 23.08.2018
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Mesopotamia: The Mighty Kings
Mesopotamia: The Mighty Kings

Readers assume the role of archaeologists, uncovering secrets of ancient civilizations. Stunning photographs and...

views: 17, published: 02.08.2018
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Junk Chic
Junk Chic

Thrift stores, flea markets, basements and attics offer plenty of inexpensive-or even free-materials that, with a...

views: 17, published: 28.08.2018
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Making Waves
Making Waves

Mario Vargas Llosa, renowned as a novelist, is one of our most brilliant and provocative public intellectuals as...

views: 16, published: 29.08.2018
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National Geographic Traveler: Rome
National Geographic Traveler: Rome

All the travel experts agreeconsumers want more and different experiences from travel than they did in the past. They...

views: 16, published: 28.08.2018
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