May 2010 Nonfiction

Computer Science, Information and General Works

Quicken 2010: quicksteps

Step-by-Step, Full-Color Graphics!Start using Quicken right away–the QuickSteps way. Color screenshots and clear instructions make it easy to ramp up on the latest release of the #1 personal finance software. Follow along and learn how to balance your checkbook, pay bills, coordinate online banking, track investments, budget your money, manage your taxes, generate reports, print checks, and so much more. Get up to speed on Quicken 2010 in no time with help from this practical, fast-paced guide.Use these handy guideposts: Shortcuts for accomplishing common tasks Need-to-know facts in concise narrative Helpful reminders or alternative ways of doing things Bonus information related to the topic being covered Errors and pitfalls to avoidBobbi Sandbergis a consultant, instructor, and retired CPA who is recognized by Intuit as a Certified Professional Advisor.Marty Matthewsis the author or coauthor of more than 70 books, including Windows 7 QuickSteps, and co-creator of the QuickSteps series.

Between Two Worlds: my life and capitivity in Iran

Saberi, a journalist working in Iran, was dragged from her home and arrested, charged with espionage. In this compelling and inspirational story, she writes of her imprisonment, her trial, her ultimate release, and the faith that helped her through her captivity.

Social Sciences

Divorce After 50: your guide to the unique legal and financial challenges

An essential guide to the unique issues facing older adults dealing with divorce People age 50 or older generally feel that divorce is more emotionally devastating than losing a job, about equal to experiencing a major illness, and nearly as devastating as a spouse’s death, according to a recent AARP study. And the divorce rate among this very age group is triple that of its parents’ generation. Divorce After 50is written for this specific-and growing-demographic. It addresses late-life divorce from the perspective of an attorney with extensive experience dealing with older adults, combining practical advice with legal information about the issues unique to late-life divorce. It covers: how to get guidance from friends, family and, as needed, lawyers ways to divorce marital property: what it is, what you do with it, and how to divide assets and liabilities how health care and estate planning are impacted by divorce and much more. Plus, readers will find plenty of “grab your bootstraps” survival stories that illustrate options and provide encouragement.

Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead: the Frank Meeink story

By age 16, Meeink was a notorious skinhead gang leader. At age 18, he was doing hard time. Teamed up with African-American players in a prison football league, Meeink learned to question his hatred. Here, he describes his descent into and ultimate triumph over drugs and hate.

The Devil’s Casino: friendship, betrayal and the high stakes games played inside Lehman Brothers

They were the Rat Pack of Wall Street. Four close friends: one a decorated war hero, one an emotional hippie, and two regular guys with big hearts, big dreams, and noble aims. They were going to get rich on Wall Street. They were going to prove that men like them with zero financial training – could more than equal the Ivy-League-educated white shoe bankers who were the competition. They were going to create an institution for men like them — men who were hungry and untrained and they were going to win, but not at the cost of their souls. In short, they were going to be the good guys of finance. Under their watch, Lehman Brothers started to grow and became independent again in 1994. But something had gone wrong on the journey. The men slowly, perhaps inevitably, changed. As Lehman Brothers grew, so too did the cracks in and among the men who had rebuilt it. Ward takes you inside Lehman’s highly charged offices. You’ll meet beloved leaders who were erased from the corporate history books, but who could have taken the firm in a very different direction had they not fallen victim to infighting and their own weaknesses. You will encounter an unlikely and almost unknown Marcus Brutus, who may have had more to do with Lehman s failings than anyone including Dick Fuld, who has widely been considered the poster-child for the mistakes and greed of all bankers. What Ward uncovers is that Lehman may have lost at the risky games of collateralized debt obligations, swaps, and leverage but that was just the end of a bigger story. “Little Lehman” was the Wall Street shop known to be forever fighting for its life and somehow succeeding. On Wall Street it was cheekily known as “the cat with nine lives.” But this cat pushed its luck too far — and died, the victim of men and women blinded by arrogance. Come inside The Devil’s Casino and see how good men lose their way, and see how a firm that rose with the glory and bravado of Icarus fell burning in flames not so much from a sun, but from a match lit from within.

1,000 Dollars and an Idea: entrepreneur to billionaire

In his fast-paced, fascinating, and candid memoir, Wyly reveals the thought processes, relationships, and financial machinations behind the building of his diverse businesses over the last four decades.

A Few Good Women: America’s military women from World War I to the wars in Iran and Afghanistan

The never-before-told story of the U.S. women’s military corps: the women who fought for the right to defend their country by serving in the armed forces–a fight that continues today for American military women who want to serve in combat support positions.

Last Call: the rise and fall of Prohibition

A brilliant, authoritative, and fascinating history of America’s most puzzling era, the years 1920 to 1933, when the U.S. Constitution was amended to restrict one of America’s favorite pastimes: drinking alcoholic beverages.From its start, America has been awash in drink. The sailing vessel that brought John Winthrop to the shores of the New World in 1630 carried more beer than water. By the 1820s, liquor flowed so plentifully it was cheaper than tea. That Americans wouldeveragree to relinquish their booze was as improbable as it was astonishing.Yet we did, andLast Callis Daniel Okrent’s dazzling explanation of why we did it, what life under Prohibition was like, and how such an unprecedented degree of government interference in the private lives of Americans changed the country forever.Writing with both wit and historical acuity, Okrent reveals how Prohibition marked a confluence of diverse forces: the growing political power of the women’s suffrage movement, which allied itself with the antiliquor campaign; the fear of small-town, native-stock Protestants that they were losing control of their country to the immigrants of the large cities; the anti-German sentiment stoked by World War I; and a variety of other unlikely factors, ranging from the rise of the automobile to the advent of the income tax.Through it all, Americans kept drinking, going to remarkably creative lengths to smuggle, sell, conceal, and convivially (and sometimes fatally) imbibe their favorite intoxicants.Last Callis peopled with vivid characters of an astonishing variety: Susan B. Anthony and Billy Sunday, William Jennings Bryan and bootlegger Sam Bronfman, Pierre S. du Pont and H. L. Mencken, Meyer Lansky and the incredible—if long-forgotten—federal official Mabel Walker Willebrandt, who throughout the twenties was the most powerful woman in the country. (Perhaps most surprising of all is Okrent’s account of Joseph P. Kennedy’s legendary, and long-misunderstood, role in the liquor business.)It’s a book rich with stories from nearly all parts of the country. Okrent’s narrative runs through smoky Manhattan speakeasies, where relations between the sexes were changed forever; California vineyards busily producing “sacramental” wine; New England fishing communities that gave up fishing for the more lucrative rum-running business; and in Washington, the halls of Congress itself, where politicians who had voted for Prohibition drank openly and without apology.Last Callis capacious, meticulous, and thrillingly told. It stands as the most complete history of Prohibition ever written and confirms Daniel Okrent’s rank as a major American writer.

Orange is the New Black: my year in a woman’s prison

A compelling, often hilarious, and unfailingly compassionate portrait of life inside a women’s prison, “Orange Is the New Black” tells Kerman’s dramatic story of her 15 months behind bars.

The Death and Life of the Great American School System: how testing and choice are undermining education

A passionate plea to preserve and renew public education, The Death and Life of the Great American School System is a radical change of heart from one of America’s best-known education experts. Diane Ravitch–former assistant secretary of education and a leader in the drive to create a national curriculum–examines her career in education reform and repudiates positions that she once staunchly advocated. Drawing on over forty years of research and experience, Ravitch critiques today’s most popular ideas for restructuring schools, including privatization, standardized testing, punitive accountability, and the feckless multiplication of charter schools. She shows conclusively why the business model is not an appropriate way to improve schools. Using examples from major cities like New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Denver, and San Diego, Ravitch makes the case that public education today is in peril. Ravitch includes clear prescriptions for improving America’s schools: leave decisions about schools to educators, not politicians or businessmen; devise a truly national curriculum that sets out what children in every grade should be learning; expect charter schools to educate the kids who need help the most, not to compete with public schools; pay teachers a fair wage for their work, not merit pay based on deeply flawed and unreliable test scores; encourage family involvement in education from an early age. The Death and Life of the Great American School System is more than just an analysis of the state of play of the American education system. It is a must-read for any stakeholder in the future of American schooling.

The Montour Railroad

Norfolk & Western Railway Connellsville District

Technology

Big Yoga: a simple guide for bigger bodies

If you think Yoga is only for skinny young things, you need to think again. To expert Meera Patricia Kerr, Yoga can be used by anyone-including those with bigger bodies. With an emphasis on health and relaxation, Meera has developed a unique Yoga program for larger individuals. In Big Yoga, she shares her successful plan with all those who think that Yoga is not for them.

Slow Death by Rubber Duck: the secret danger of everyday things

Pollution is no longer just about belching smokestacks and ugly sewer pipes; now, it’s personal. The most dangerous pollution, it turns out, comes from commonplace items in our homes and workplaces. To prove this point, for one week authors Rick Smith and Bruce Lourie ingested and inhaled a host of things that surround all of us. Using their own bodies as the reference point to tell the story of pollution in our modern world, they expose the miscreant corporate giants who manufacture the toxins, the weak-kneed government officials who let it happen, and the effects on people and families across the globe. This book—the testimony of their experience—exposes the extent to which we are poisoned every day of our lives, from the simple household dust that is polluting our blood to the toxins in our urine that are created by run-of-the-mill shampoos and toothpaste. Ultimately hopeful, the book empowers readers with some simple ideas for protecting themselves and their families, and changing things for the better.

Women, Food and God: an unexpected path to almost everything

The bestselling author of “When Food Is Love” helps overeaters find the underlying reasons for using food as an emotional buffer. Roth also provides seven basic guidelines for eating and other therapeutic self-help tools.

The Horse Boy: a father’s quest to heal his son

When his son Rowan was diagnosed with autism, Rupert Isaacson was devastated, afraid he might never be able to communicate with his child. But when Isaacson, a lifelong horseman, rode their neighbor’s horse with Rowan, Rowan improved immeasurably. He was struck with a crazy idea: why not take Rowan to Mongolia , the one place in the world where horses and shamanic healing intersected? THE HORSE BOY is the dramatic and heartwarming story of that impossible adventure. In Mongolia , the family found undreamed of landscapes and people, unbearable setbacks, and advances beyond their wildest dreams. This is a deeply moving, truly one-of-a-kind story–of a family willing to go to the ends of the earth to help their son, and of a boy learning to connect with the world for the first time.

Scent of the Missing: love and partnership with a search-and-rescue dog

“Scent of the Missing” is the story of Charleson’s adventures with her search-and-rescue dog and the complex bond they form, as they help pursue the rescue and recovery of human victims fallen prey to crime, misadventure, or catastrophe.

The Everything Puppy Book: choosing, raising and training your littlest best friend

acked with professional instructions, useful tips, and accurate illustrations, this is the one book new puppy owners and their families can turn to again and again.

Hermit Crabs: everything about anatomy, ecology, purchasing, feeding, housing behavior and illness

Covers all aspects of caring for a hermit crab as a pet, with sections oncology, feeding, anatomy, and behavior.

Taste of Home’s Contest Winning Annual Recipes

The French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook

The #1New York Timesbestselling author ofFrench Women Don’t Get Fatoffers a long-awaited collection of delicious, healthy recipes and advice on eating well without gaining weight.WithFrench Women Don’t Get Fat,Mireille Guiliano wrote the ultimate non–diet book on how to enjoy food and stay slim, sparking a worldwide publishing phenomenon. Now, in her first-ever cookbook, she provides her millions of readers with the recipes that are the cornerstone of her philosophy—mouthwatering, simply prepared dishes that favor fresh, seasonal ingredients and yield high satisfaction.Organized around Mireille’s three favorite pastimes—breakfast, lunch, and dinner—these recipes emphasize pure flavors, balanced ingredients, and easy cooking methods. Eating pleasurably is just as important as eating healthfully, and Mireille does not neglect dessert and chocolate (essential components of any French woman’s diet) and incorporates advice on entertaining, menu planning, and wine selection. And once again, Mireille offers tips and tricks to reduce one’s waistline (including a secret family recipe from Mireille’s belovedTanteBerthe for a delicious breakfast that melts away pounds effortlessly).nbsp;Filled with stories from Mireille’s childhood in France, her life in Paris, Provence, and New York, and her extensive travels and meals for business and enjoyment,The French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbookis a beautiful, practical lifestyle guide to living well, eating wonderfully, and getting the most out of life with the least amount of stress.

United Cakes of America: recipes celebrating every state

Loving cake is a natural part of Brown’s constitution. Now, in order to form a more perfect union of flour, eggs, butter, and sugar, he’s offering his unique take on classic dessert recipes from all 50 states, plus Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C. Photos throughout.

Rework

The perfect playbook for anyone who’s ever dreamed of doing it on their own. Hardcore entrepreneurs, small-business owners, and people stuck in day jobs who want to get out will all find valuable inspiration and guidance in these pages. It’s time to rework work.

Arts & Recreation

Crafty Superstar: make crafts on the side, earn extra cash and basically have it all

Sell Out! If the church-basement sale isn’t quite your scene, Crafty Superstar is your go-to resource for selling your crafty goods part-time. Packed with ideas for setting up and selling out, the book includes loads of advice from experts like Faythe Levine, Jenny Harada (Moon Township native and former Moon Township Public Library volunteer) and Jenny Hart.Want to make some dough but don’t know where to start? Inside find out how to: Discover your expectations and motivations Set up shop and get paid Join an indie craft show Get some press Package goods and customer service Balance life and crafts Plus, get business forms, lists of resources and a directory of indie craft shows so you can be on your way to becoming a Crafty Superstar!

The DIY Bride Crafty Countdown

Original, affordable, timesaving projects in the popular countdown format that brides on a deadline love. This hip, budget-friendly wedding planner takes the mystery out of creating wedding keepsakes with 40 fabulous projects with full-color, step-by-step illustrations.

Knit Along with Debbie Macomber: charity guide for knitters

Best-selling author and avid knitter Debbie Macomber wants you to know that your knitting can make a difference! Her Charity Guide for Knitters will acquaint you with exciting ways your hobby can bring comfort and dignity to individuals in need. Eighteen easy-to-intermediate patterns are included for knit blankets, sweaters, socks, hats, mittens, slippers, vests, and a helmet liner. Featured national charities include Binky Patrol, Children in Common, Christmas at Sea, Newborns in Need, Operation Helmet Liner, Phillip’s Wish, Project Linus, Santa Train, Snuggles Project, Warm Up America! , And Warm Woolies. Tips are also given for helping local chemotherapy patients, nursing home residents, and prison ministries.

Mike and Mike’s Rules for Sports and Life

Every morning more than three million listeners tune in to Mike and Mike in the Morning on ESPN Radio-mostly to hear the Mikes(Golic and Greenberg) riotous back-and-forth on everything from why baseball managers should dress like real people to how to lose a fight with the wife with dignity. In Mike and Mike’s Rules for Sports and Life, the beloved mic jockeys put their unique stamp on, well, the rules for sports and life. In years on the road, in the studio, and at home, Greeny and Golic have learned that itrsquo;s all about the big stuff: separating order from chaos, ensuring our survival as a species, and keeping peace. For instance: bull; The Fourth of July should be eliminated and replaced with an Independence Day that falls on the first Thursday of the month, creating a four-day weekend like Thanksgiving, which, by the way, could do without the Detroit Lions. bull;The Human Element in sports officiating and weather forecasting sucks. bull; The top pick in the NBA draft lottery should go to the team that came closest to making the playoffs-not to the team that rips off fans by mailing it in after the All-Star break.; bull; When someone says, ldquo;Irsquo;m being completely honest, they might as well be claiming that they go to Hooters just for the wings. bull; Kids do not get to eat french fries for breakfast. Ever. And who cares what the kids at the next table are ordering. bull; No more designated hitter!; If you’re one of Golic and Green’s legions of followers, you probably can’t get enough of this sort of provocative, hilarious, and occasionally obsessive stuff. And if you’re one of those fans who live by the rule There oughta be a rule, thenMike and Mike’s Rules for Sports and Life is the book for you.

Pittsburgh Steelers: the complete illustrated history

Pittsburgh Steelers: The Complete Illustrated Historydocuments the great moments in a tradition that stretches back more than seventy-five years and offers an unmatched legacy of success. Fresh on the heels of a record sixth Super Bowl victory, the Pittsburgh Steelers are a team steeped in history and success. The roster of players who have donned the black and gold reads like an all-star team, and the 1970s dynasty alone featured nine players currently enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. This book celebrates those players and many more, as well as coaching legends such as Chuck Noll and Bill Cowher, and the passionate fans throughout western Pennsylvania and across the nation who have never failed the team that never failed them. Lavishly illustrated with color and black-and-white images from throughout the team’s history,Pittsburgh Steelersbrings to powerful life the on- and off-field exploits of this iconic franchise.

History, Geography and Biographies

See the USA the Easy Way

The perfect travel companion for anyone and everyone, this book provides 136 customized tours, covering every region of the country. Each tour, shown in a clearly marked color map, is designed as a loop, allowing travelers to start at the most convenient place and spend as much time as they’d like exploring sights and having adventures. 270 color photos.

New England

Top 10 New England covers key attractions in Connecticut, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Drawing on the same standards of accuracy as the acclaimed DK Eyewitness Travel Guides, Top 10 New England uses exciting colorful photography and excellent cartography to create a reliable and useful pocket-sized travel guide. Dozens of Top 10 lists provide vital information on each destination, as well as insider tips, from avoiding the crowds to finding the best restaurants.

Hubris: the inside story of spin, scandal and the selling of the Iraq war

March 2003: The United States invades Iraq. October 2006: The world finds out why. What was really behind the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq? As George W. Bush steered the nation to war, who spoke the truth and who tried to hide it?Hubristakes us behind the scenes at the Bush White House, the CIA, the Pentagon, the State Department, and Congress to answer all the vital questions about how the Bush administration came to invade Iraq. Filled with new revelations,Hubrisis a gripping narrative of intrigue that connects the dots between George W. Bush’s expletive-laden outbursts at Saddam Hussein, the bitter battles between the CIA and the White House, the fights within the intelligence community over Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction, the startling influence of an obscure academic on top government officials, the real reason Valerie Plame was outed, and a top reporter’s ties to wily Iraqi exiles trying to start a war. Written by veteran reporters Michael Isikoff and David Corn, this is the inside story of how President Bush took the nation to war using faulty and fraudulent intelligence. It is a news-making account of conspiracy, backstabbing, bureaucratic ineptitude, journalistic malfeasance, and, especially, arrogance. From the Hardcover edition.

Betsy Ross and the Making of America

A richly woven biography of the beloved patriot Betsy Ross, and an enthralling portrait of everyday life in Revolutionary War-era PhiladelphiaBetsy Ross and the Making of Americais the first comprehensively researched and elegantly written biography of one of America’s most captivating figures of the Revolutionary War. Drawing on new sources and bringing a fresh, keen eye to the fabled creation of “the first flag,” Marla R. Miller thoroughly reconstructs the life behind the legend. This authoritative work provides a close look at the famous seamstress while shedding new light on the lives of the artisan families who peopled the young nation and crafted its tools, ships, and homes.Betsy Ross occupies a sacred place in the American consciousness, and Miller’s winning narrative finally does her justice. This history of the ordinary craftspeople of the Revolutionary War and their most famous representative will be the definitive volume for years to come.

McKees Rocks and Stowe Township

McKees Rocks and Stowe Township, just downriver from the Point of Pittsburgh, contributed significantly to the growth of steel and transportation in western Pennsylvania. In 1888, the Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad, known as the Little Giant, built a 100-acre maintenance facility in McKees Rocks, igniting the spark to the region’s massive industrial, business, and population explosion. By 1910, the population soared to 15,000, fueled by the rapid influx of nearly 6,000 immigrants. A landmark event in labor history occurred in July 1909, when 5,000 foreign workers, representing 16 different nationalities, waged a long and bloody strike against the Pressed Steel Car Company. McKees Rocks and Stowe Township showcases a region whose diverse history includes the largest Native American mound in Pennsylvania, visits by George Washington, floods, and even Al Capone. Today a rich mix of ethnic cultures still flavors the local neighborhoods, and the accomplishments of homegrown businessmen, musicians, clergy, athletes, public servants, artists, and educators are recognized and respected throughout western Pennsylvania and beyond.

This Time Together: laughter and reflection by Carol Burnett

Carol Burnett is one of the most beloved and revered actresses and performers in America. The Carol Burnett Show was seen each week by millions of adoring fans and won twenty-five Emmys in its remarkable eleven-year run. Now, in This Time Together, Carol really lets her hair down and tells one funny or touching or memorable story after another. Reading it feels like sitting down with an old friend who has wonderful tales to tell. In engaging anecdotes, Carol discusses her remarkable friendships with stars such at Jimmy Stewart, Lucille Ball, Cary Grant, and Julie Andrews; the background behind famous scenes, like the moment she swept down the stairs in her curtain-rod dress in the legendary Went With the Wildo skit; and things that would happen only to Carol: the prank with Julie Andrews that went wrong in front of the First Lady; the famous Tarzan Yell that saved her during a mugging; and the time she faked a wooden leg to get served in a famous ice cream emporium. This poignant look back allows us to cry with the actress during her sorrows, rejoice in her successes, and finally, always, to laugh.

Spoken from the Heart by Laura Bush

In this brave, beautiful, and deeply personal memoir, Laura Bush, one of our most beloved and private first ladies, tells her own extraordinary story. Born in the boom-and-bust oil town of Midland, Texas, Laura Welch grew up as an only child in a family that lost three babies to miscarriage or infant death. She vividly evokes Midland’s brash, rugged culture, her close relationship with her father, and the bonds of early friendships that sustain her to this day. For the first time, in heart-wrenching detail, she writes about the devastating high school car accident that left her friend Mike Douglas dead and about her decades of unspoken grief. When Laura Welch first left West Texas in 1964, she never imagined that her journey would lead her to the world stage and the White House. After graduating from Southern Methodist University in 1968, in the thick of student rebellions across the country and at the dawn of the women’s movement, she became an elementary school teacher, working in inner-city schools, then trained to be a librarian. At age thirty, she met George W. Bush, whom she had last passed in the hallway in seventh grade. Three months later, “the old maid of Midland married Midland’s most eligible bachelor.” With rare intimacy and candor, Laura Bush writes about her early married life as she was thrust into one of America’s most prominent political families, as well as her deep longing for children and her husband’s decision to give up drinking. By 1993, she found herself in the full glare of the political spotlight. But just as her husband won the Texas governorship in a stunning upset victory, her father, Harold Welch, was dying in Midland. In 2001, after one of the closest elections in American history, Laura Bush moved into the White House. Here she captures presidential life in the harrowing days and weeks after 9/11, when fighter-jet cover echoed through the walls and security scares sent the family to an underground shelter. She writes openly about the White House during wartime, the withering and relentless media spotlight, and the transformation of her role as she began to understand the power of the first lady. One of the first U.S. officials to visit war-torn Afghanistan, she also reached out to disease-stricken African nations and tirelessly advocated for women in the Middle East and dissidents in Burma. She championed programs to get kids out of gangs and to stop urban violence. And she was a major force in rebuilding Gulf Coast schools and libraries post-Katrina. Movingly, she writes of her visits with U.S. troops and their loved ones, and of her empathy for and immense gratitude to military families. With deft humor and a sharp eye, Laura Bush lifts the curtain on what really happens inside the White House, from presidential finances to the 175-year-old tradition of separate bedrooms for presidents and their wives to the antics of some White House guests and even a few members of Congress. She writes with honesty and eloquence about her family, her public triumphs, and her personal tribulations. Laura Bush’s compassion, her sense of humor, her grace, and her uncommon willingness to bare her heart make this story revelatory, beautifully rendered, and unlike any other first lady’s memoir ever written.

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future: twists, turns and lessons learned by Michael J. Fox

Published in time for graduations, this optimistic volume by the author of the bestselling “Always Looking Up” inspires and motivates readers to work hard, achieve the most they can, and maximize their abilities.

Oprah: a biography by Kitty Kelley

The first comprehensive biography of one of the most admired public figures of our time, by the most widely read biographer of our era. Anyone who is a fan of Oprah Winfrey or who has followed her extraordinary life and career will be fascinated by this exhaustively researched book.

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