books

The Art of Pie

Mar 25, 2014
Provided, Teeny Lamothe

  Teeny's Tour of Pie: A Cookbook: Mastering the Art of Pie in 67 Recipes is a love letter to arguably America’s favorite dessert. In one year, blogger and would-be baker Teeny Lamothe went on a traveling apprenticeship throughout the U.S., baking under the guidance of regional experts, and now shares the real-world know-how, and recipes, these mentors taught her along the way.

Provided, Kim Harrison

In The Undead Pool, the latest in bestselling author Kim Harrison's Hollows series, Supernatural superhero Rachel Morgan must counter a strange magic that could spell civil war for the Hollows. Kim Harrison talks about the most recent release in her urban fantasy adventure series.

Provided, Orange Frazer Press


Provided, Alan Paul

The Allman Brothers Band celebrates its 45th anniversary this year, and Senior Writer for Guitar World Alan Paul has a new book out about the band, its members and the music they have been making for more than four decades. Alan Paul talks about his book, One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band.

Provided, EepyBird

Provided, newsociety.com

Provided, Melanie Wagner

Hello Wine is an easy-to-read but informative guidebook for any newcomer to the world of wine. Author and Certified Sommelier Melanie Wagner's down-to-earth tone and comprehensive knowledge make learning about wine fun. Melanie Wagner talks about how she became a sommelier, and provides tips on how to approach your next bottle of wine.

Provided / Joseph Beth Booksellers
Provided, Harlow Giles Unger

Provided, elizabethpartridge.com

  Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning celebrates one of the twentieth century’s most important photographers, Dorothea Lange. The companion to a PBS American Masters episode that will air later this year, the book offers an intimate view into the life and work of one of our most cherished documentary photographers.

The 52 Weeks

Feb 4, 2014
Provided, The 52 Weeks

  Feeling a bit “stuck” in their lives, Pam Godwin and Karen Amster-Young decided to challenge themselves to try one new thing every week for a year, from test-driving a Maserati to ballroom dance lessons, and to blog about their journeys.

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Provided, timjarvis.org

  In 1914, British explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton embarked for the South Pole, and nothing was heard from the expedition for three years. In that time Shackleton and his crew became stranded on an island, made an 800-mile voyage across the treacherous Southern Ocean, climbed over glaciated mountains to reach a whaling station, ultimately rescuing his remaining crew left stranded. In the winter of 2013, Explorer Tim Jarvis set out to re-enact Shackleton’s journey.

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