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A Bemerton Anthology
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Eleven poems of George Herbert selected by Barbara Murray, and twenty-one poems by Barbara Murray. With drawings by Guy Ottewell of Bemerton near Salisbury in England, where George Herbert was parish priest from 1630 to 1633.
“Most of [Barbara Murray's] poems are, as true poetry is, driven by real feeling and crafted out of surprisingly found words. The first few . . . seem the most necessitated, meant, in any language; beside them, many other poems seem to be acts of play that could have been left undone.”

6 x 9 in., 43 pages, drawings, color cover. 2010. ISBN 978-0-934546-57-7.
Berenice's Hair
Berenice's Hair
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There is a little constellation called Coma Berenices, "the hair of Berenice." It looks like a delicate plume of dim stars, and about it the prettiest of star stories is told.

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Poems and songs. 5.5x 8.5in., 97 pages 1987. ISBN 0-934546-17-7.
Phonic Reader
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These four delightful little books, printed in large clear type and illustrated with drawings by Mary Ward Thompson, are written using simple words. The words are more than simple: they are phonic. That is, they are carefully chosen to be those whose spelling keeps to the rules that children have encountered at their stage of reading.

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Plurry: A Scheme for a Musical Instrument
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Plurry: a scheme for a musical instrument. Description (with about 60 diagrams) of a suggested instrument, "the contemplation of which can reveal and clarify much about the mathematical basis of music."

Portrait of a Million
Portrait Of A Million
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ISBN 0-934546-23-1
Spiral Library, The
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An amusingly miraculous solution for libraries running out of space for ever-proliferating books.

Stripe Latin
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The little book consists of instructions for cutting and coloring the cards, with full-size pictures of each type. (Buy two copies and you could just cut them out of the pages!)

Ten Minute History of the World
Ten Minute History of the World
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These were originally talks given extemporaneously to human-rights groups. The Ten-Minute History is an attempt to answer the question as to whether things are really better or worse than in the past, whether they will ultimately get better, whether there is point in our struggle - what the curve of history is.
The Troy Town Tale
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Homer's Iliad (the fountainhead of European literature) recounts just a few days in the tenth year of the war of Troy. Later writers added other episodes - onward to the end of the siege and its aftermath, back many generations to its roots - until it became the collective dream of the Western world.

This novel for the first time weaves the great story mass into a unified whole. The famous characters teem (Helen, Hector, Paris, Achilles, Agamemnon, Ajax, Priam, Cassandra . . .) but the narrator is a surprising one, a female captive.

Think Like A Mother
Think Like A Mother
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Forty-four images, all but one of them sharply distressing - hanging in Egypt and the U.S.A., flogging in Pakistan, torture in Colombia, savage beating in Brazil, mass graves in Peru and Indonesia, killing of children in Guatemala and Iraq. ISBN 0-934546-31-2
Turkey: A Very Short History
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Outline of the geography, peoples, and languages of the region now called Turkey, followed by very concise fact-filled history of the Hittites, Phrygians, Lydians, and other ancient peoples, the Byzantine empire, the origin of the Turks, the Seljuk and Ottoman empires, the rise of modern Turkey, the Kurds, Armenians, and other minorities. Originally written for those traveling to Turkey for the solar eclipse of August 11, 1999. 8 1/2 x 11 in. 28 pages. April 1999; reprinted with revisions May, June, July, Oct. 1999; 2nd edition Jan. 2004; 3rd edition Jan. 2009. ISBN 978-0-934546-39-3.

How To Fly Overseas With Your Bicycle
Winged Velocipede, The
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The Winged Velocipede or, How To Fly Overseas With Your Bicycle

Handy pamphlet giving careful instructions for turning the handlebar, removing the pedals, finding a box, and other practical details of preparing your bicycle for transport in a plane (or train).