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Laura's Star

by Jodee Taylor

A bright star falls from the sky becomes a lifelong friend for a lonely little girl. What could be more comforting right before bed? This charming book features a shining holographic foil star on its pages that can be touched. There are... Read More

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A Month of Sundaes

by Jodee Taylor

While ice cream in various forms can be traced back to ancient Rome, it was really Thomas Jefferson who made it our “national dessert,” says the author in this ode to frozen dairy treats. Americans eat more ice cream per capita than... Read More

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Six Kinds of Sky

by Jodee Taylor

In this collection of short stories, the author takes the reader on a road trip vaster than Jack Kerouac’s and Hunter Thompson’s, encompassing not only different physical countries, but also broad internal nations of the psyche.... Read More

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The Artichoke Trail

by Jodee Taylor

This well-researched guide is especially suited for not only vegetarians, but travelers who appreciate fresh food. Divided into regions, then listed alphabetically by state, the book details dozens of restaurants and stores where one can... Read More

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Wild Britain

by Jodee Taylor

While most people tend to think of Britain as urban and developed, the author, a well-traveled British native, said the toughest part about writing a guidebook featuring nature was deciding what to leave out. In covering England,... Read More

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Great Kitchens

by Jodee Taylor

Chefs, despite making their livings cooking, like to leave work and have all the same comforts and perks in their home kitchens. While some of these perks may be over-the-top for the average home kitchen, many of them provide good... Read More

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