The Egyptian News

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The Egyptian News delivers late-breaking stories about ancient Egypt. From royal intrigue to military battles and pyramid building, these articles...

Naked Economics Undressing the Dismal Science

In Naked Economics, journalist Charles Wheelan does “the impossible”—he makes economic principles relevant, interesting and fun. Brimming with scores of down-to-earth...

Rome, Inc The Rise and Fall of the First Multinational Corporation

New York Times best-selling author and world-class satirist Stanley Bing trains his savvy eye on the world’s first and most famous multinational corporation in this humorous...

The Secret of Castle Cant

The widely-acclaimed stories of author K.P. Bath have been published in numerous literary journals. This spellbinding and grand adventure tale is populated by a cast of...

Steinbrenner

No owner has changed the landscape of sports more than New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner. From the moment he bought the team in 1973 for $10 million, Steinbrenner's...

A Country Schoolhouse

Lynne Barasch is the acclaimed authorllustrator of picture books. She takes readers back to the small 1940s country schoolhouse where Grandpa went to school. The children in his...

Boys Who Rocked the World From King Tut to Tiger Woods

What do King Tut, Galileo, Crazy Horse, Bruce Lee, Chico Mendes, Elvis Presley, Bill Gates, Tiger Woods, and the Dalai Lama all have in common? They each left their mark on the...

The Voyage of the Frog

“I am going to be cremated. I want you to take my ashes out alone on the Frog, out to sea alone, and leave me there. Take me to where you can’t see land and scatter my ashes...

Horseman, Pass By

In addition to his 29 books, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Larry McMurtry is credited on dozens of screenplays—including the Academy Award-winning Brokeback Mountain. Horseman,...

Shock of Gray

New York Times best-selling author Ted C. Fishman reveals the stunning challenges of a world awash with seasoned citizens. By 2030, those over 50 will outnumber people under 17...

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