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Craft and Micro Distilleries 4th ed. - COLOR

(Now in its fourth edition, Craft and Micro Distilleries in the U.S. and Canada is the definitive guide to small batch artisanal spirits, perfect for fine spirits connoisseurs or novices pouring into the spirit world and for anyone who wants to find great spirits while traveling. It's also a great resource for anyone who wants to start their own craft or micro distillery. This updated edition includes information on more than 2,500 unique spirits and 580 craft and micro distilleries from all 50 states and across Canada, hundreds of photos of bottles and labels, and information such as: Locations and hours, and tours and tasting times Websites and social media Spirit descriptions, prices, and distribution Interesting facts and historical anecdotes The book also includes a listing of spirit festivals, events, and museums; a listing of distilling associations and guilds; an index by spirit type; and additional spirit information and resources. Available in black and white and full color. "A 'must read.'" - MicroLiquor.com "An excellent guide to the interesting world of craft spirits." - DrinkUpNY.com "The most comprehensive book cataloging the hundreds of craft distilleries." - Drink Me Magazine "Well written, a great read, and a massive amount of interesting details on every distillery. No where will you find a more comprehensive yet accessible reference on this subject in one well laid out book." - Chris Carlsson, SpirtsReview.com)

$ 39.95
Librarians and Stereotypes

(Librarians & Stereotypes: So, Now What? examines librarianship through communication, gender, psychology, anthropology, and cultural studies theories to begin to get to the root of why certain librarian stereotypes exist today and whether or not it's possible to change some of these stereotypes. It also looks at what stereotypes librarians think exist about the field today, how librarians present themselves and whether or not this is changing (and consequently helping or hurting, the profession), and what public perceptions exist about librarianship as opposed to just what the media tells us about librarianship. An overview of stereotypes presented in the literature is provided, however the point of this book is to go beyond simply rehashing what stereotypes are there and to look at how we can use knowledge of the current stereotypes and knowledge from other disciplines to change some of these stereo types. The book also looks at the possible impossibility of changing certain stereotypes, and possible repercussions our actions, or lack thereof, with regard to stereotypes may have on the future of the profession. Finally, tips are offered to help librarians begin to combat stereotypes.)

$ 19.95
Courage Over Cancer

(Lions have long symbolized courage, strength, and personal power. Courage Over Cancer combines uplifting and encouraging quotes with powerful images of lions representing the emotional and physical effects of cancer treatment. This lightsome photographic journey of courage in the face of fear and despair is meant to support and inspire a positive attitude. It is that positive attitude and courage that will lead the way towards healing and recovery. Proceeds from the sale of this book benefit patient programs and cancer research.)

$ 19.95
Bedpans and Backrubs

(Bedpans and Backrubs: The Trials and Joys of a Student Nurse is the story of Marilyn Minter Wolgemuth's journey through nursing school in the early 1950s. Told through the lens of Marilyn's journal entries and letters, readers experience her personal story of growth through the trials, tribulation, and ultimate joys of nursing school while getting a serious and sometimes comical glimpse into how much has changed in nursing and the health care setting in general. You will laugh and cry with Marilyn as you read about her education milestones on the path to the nursing career she dreamed of since she was 11 years old.)

$ 19.95
(HC) Dr. Cooper

(Airy and Cooper are best friends who love using their imaginations. Today, "Miss" Airy isn't feeling too well, but with the help of "Doctor" Cooper and lots of rest, she will be better in no time.)

$ 24.95
Wally Never Give Up

(Growing up with asthma was a struggle for Wally; he had hopes and dreams like all youngsters do, but he never thought they would come true because of his health condition. But Wally overcame his struggles with asthma and other obstacles in life, and you can, too. Wally's story shows all children they should never give up on their dreams.)

$ 8.95
Link-Tuit: A System to Organize Your Life

(In this step-by-step, illustrated manual, Thomas M. Malafarina explains how you can utilize MS Word's hyperlinking to organize and link all of your documents in a simple and logical fashion. Malafarina's system has helped him easily organize and access thousands of documents across hundreds of subdirectories, and it can do the same for you.)

$ 19.95
Mathematics Education Atlas

(The field of mathematics education is the product of many people writing around some (disparate) ideas that have congealed into the semblance of a thing that looks solid, that looks fixed. The field is, however, a foam: a volatile substance made from many bubbles (foci) emerging, popping, merging, and splitting. Following in the genealogical tradition of Michel Foucault, I look back at the emergence of this field called mathematics education research to trace the emergence of foci of study. By looking at those articles published between 1970 and 2019 in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (JRME), as well as those published since 2010 in for the learning of mathematics (flm) and Educational Studies in Mathematics (ESM), the results of this citation network analysis show that the foci of the field have not been fixed nor is there consensus around so-called proper foci today. This fluid and dissensual nature of our evolving field gives me hope. What mathematics education research is today is not a natural inevitability, but the product of human action, the collision of incident, orthogonal, and/or opposite forces, and while its trajectory is tied to its origins, it is not tied to it deterministically. The field of mathematics education research, as it has been, limits what we can say is mathematics education research, see as counting as mathematics education research, think as mathematics education, and do in the name of mathematics education research. These limits on what can be seen, said, thought, and done in the name of mathematics education research, what is (non)sensical, constitute a distribution of the sensible. This book serves as an outline and perturbation of those sensible limits.)

$ 49.95
Mathematics Education Atlas

(The field of mathematics education is the product of many people writing around some (disparate) ideas that have congealed into the semblance of a thing that looks solid, that looks fixed. The field is, however, a foam: a volatile substance made from many bubbles (foci) emerging, popping, merging, and splitting. Following in the genealogical tradition of Michel Foucault, I look back at the emergence of this field called mathematics education research to trace the emergence of foci of study. By looking at those articles published between 1970 and 2019 in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (JRME), as well as those published since 2010 in for the learning of mathematics (flm) and Educational Studies in Mathematics (ESM), the results of this citation network analysis show that the foci of the field have not been fixed nor is there consensus around so-called proper foci today. This fluid and dissensual nature of our evolving field gives me hope. What mathematics education research is today is not a natural inevitability, but the product of human action, the collision of incident, orthogonal, and/or opposite forces, and while its trajectory is tied to its origins, it is not tied to it deterministically. The field of mathematics education research, as it has been, limits what we can say is mathematics education research, see as counting as mathematics education research, think as mathematics education, and do in the name of mathematics education research. These limits on what can be seen, said, thought, and done in the name of mathematics education research, what is (non)sensical, constitute a distribution of the sensible. This book serves as an outline and perturbation of those sensible limits.)

$ 69.95
Spiritual as F*ck

(Spiritual as F*ck is a journey of self-discovery written with cunning intellect and delightful sarcasm. As someone who guarded themselves from faith under the guise of being 'realistic, ' I believe this book will help even the biggest skeptics re-evaluate whether the doubts they cling to are really serving them. Allow Spiritual as F*ck to inspire you on an entertaining journey to trust in the universe and to discover the power of faith, belief, and the law of attraction.)

$ 13.13
(PB) Bad Day

(Crazy mix-ups and silly rhymes fill this short story. One little girl, who simply wants to have a normal day, becomes a little confused as she lives a Bad Day. Follow along as she tries to have a normal day in a funny and usual way. )

$ 16.95
(HC) Bad Day

(Crazy mix-ups and silly rhymes fill this short story. One little girl, who simply wants to have a normal day, becomes a little confused as she lives a Bad Day. Follow along as she tries to have a normal day in a funny and usual way. )

$ 24.95
(PB) Cars of Cuba

(Cuba is a paradise for the classic car buff. It is the world's largest rolling car museum of automobiles spanning the 1940s and 1950s. From Chevrolets, Fords, Buicks, and Dodges, to Plymouths, Sudebakers, Oldsmobiles and more, these yank tanks run the range from near mint condition to true fixer uppers. Cars of Cuba is filled with more than 200 color photographs that showcase beautiful classic American Cars with polished chrome and vivid paint jobs cruising the streets of Old Havana, taking passengers back in time from the ride of their life. Sit back, relax and get ready to be transported back to the 1950s. Before long, you'll be looking your own visit to Cuba, the greatest place on the planet for classic car buffs.)

$ 24.95
(HC) Cars of Cuba

(Cuba is a paradise for the classic car buff. It is the world's largest rolling car museum of automobiles spanning the 1940s and 1950s. From Chevrolets, Fords, Buicks, and Dodges, to Plymouths, Sudebakers, Oldsmobiles and more, these yank tanks run the range from near mint condition to true fixer uppers. Cars of Cuba is filled with more than 200 color photographs that showcase beautiful classic American Cars with polished chrome and vivid paint jobs cruising the streets of Old Havana, taking passengers back in time from the ride of their life. Sit back, relax and get ready to be transported back to the 1950s. Before long, you'll be looking your own visit to Cuba, the greatest place on the planet for classic car buffs.)

$ 32.95
(PB) Aaron and Savannah Get a New Pet

(Join Aaron and Savannah Monkey on their search for the perfect pet. From peacocks to pigs, puppies, and more, which one will they choose? )

$ 13.95
(HC) Aaron and Savannah Get a New Pet

(Join Aaron and Savannah Monkey on their search for the perfect pet. From peacocks to pigs, puppies, and more, which one will they choose? )

$ 21.95
(PB) Aaron and Savannah Want to see Daddy (PB)

(This is the story of Aaron and Savanah Monkey who, after the death of their father, are trying to cope with their sadness and why they can't go and see him. Their pursuit to find a way to heaven is tiresome and adds to their mix of emotions. It isn't until they return home that mommy explains that their love for him will always be in their hearts.)

$ 11.95
(HC) Aaron and Savannah Want to see Daddy (HC)

(This is the story of Aaron and Savannah Monkey who, after the death of their father, are trying to cope with their sadness and why they can't go and see him. Their pursuit to find a way to heaven is tiresome and adds to their mix of emotions. It isn't until they return home that mommy explains that their love for him will always be in their hearts.)

$ 19.95
Prophesy

(Thomas has always felt like an outcast. He is the son of a wealthy general who blames Thomas for the death of his mother during childbirth; thus, Thomas hates his father and the wealthy who are far too stuck up for him. Unfortunately, the peasants are far too simple for Thomas to relate to. His only true friend is the kind and rational Doctor Commons who practically raised him as his own. When not with Doctor Commons, Thomas roams the city streets. They are his home away from home until a prophet shows up preaching a message of death and destruction from a creature known as The Beast. The prophet strikes fear but offers no answers, and the city's fear thrusts them into a revolution. Thomas tries to avoid choosing sides and engaging in battle, but after losing everything, he enters into battle and loses himself in the city's downfall.)

$ 19.95
The Gnome Door Chronicles

(Twelve year old Susan's grandfather is taking her on a weekend camping trip to visit her newest friend, Bodkin. But this is no ordinary trip, and Bodkin is no ordinary friend. Bodkin is a young elf girl who lives in a world where magic is common and amazing creatures exist. This world on the other side of the "Gnome Door," a mystic portal hidden in Susan's grandfather's workshop. Their quiet weekend quickly turns into an adventure as they become swept up in the search for a lost dragon and must confront an evil wizard to get home. Along the way, new friends are made, secrets are revealed, and Susan uses all her wits to get back home safely.)

$ 14.95
(PB) Dr. Coooper

(Airy and Cooper are best friends who love using their imaginations. Today, "Miss" Airy isn't feeling too well, but with the help of "Doctor" Cooper and lots of rest, she will be better in no time.)

$ 16.95
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