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Loving Picasso

by Celeste Sollod

Fernande Olivier, known mostly for being Picasso’s first major lover from 1905 until 1912, was a central figure in the Parisian art world of the early twentieth century. This version of her journal is everything an illustrated book can... Read More

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Ireland

by Celeste Sollod

Reading Ireland: True Stories of Life on the Emerald Isle is a surprisingly authentic substitute for a trip to Ireland, at least temporarily. The amazing thing about Travelers’ Tales Guides anthologies, collections of stories centered... Read More

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Literature

by Celeste Sollod

As the future of literature and the humanities at the university level are crucial to the independent thinker, Carl Woodring’s Literature is an important book for those, such as independent booksellers and publishers, whose livelihoods... Read More

Book Review

Middle East Conflicts

by Celeste Sollod

Remember how high school history class had to skimp on twentieth-century history because it was getting toward the end of the year and time was running short? Voilà! Here’s the missing information, in an accessible, comprehensive... Read More

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Interlink Illustrated Histories

by Celeste Sollod

Remember how high school history class had to skimp on twentieth-century history because it was getting toward the end of the year and time was running short? Voilà! Here’s the missing information, in an accessible, comprehensive... Read More

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Gandhi and India

by Celeste Sollod

Remember how high school history class had to skimp on twentieth-century history because it was getting toward the end of the year and time was running short? Voilà! Here’s the missing information, in an accessible, comprehensive... Read More

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The Eleanor Roosevelt Girls

by Celeste Sollod

From the author of Woman to Woman, Banana and The Old Speak Out comes The Eleanor Roosevelt Girls. It is the saga of a group of girls from a lower middle class neighborhood in Sunnyside, Queens, New York, who form a club as schoolgirls... Read More

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