Fall 2000 Trade Paperback List
Edited by Laurele Riippa
Compiled by Lynn Andriani, Dena Croog, Cindi DiMarzo, -- 8/14/00
Art & Architecture
Out of Time: Designs for the 20th-Century Future (Nov., $19.95) by Norman Brosterman focuses on the important proponents of techno-futuristic art.
Painters of Alaska (Sept., $21.95) by Kessler Woodward reproduces artwork spanning the state's history.
(dist. by Princeton Architectural Press)
The Value of Things (Dec., $42) by Neil Cummings and Marysia Lewandowska studies how controlled access to material items affects their value.
Art in Theory (Jan.; $44.95, cloth $79.95), edited by Charles Harrison, Paul Wood and Jason Gaiger, presents current views on art theory from the founding of the French Academy to the end of the Napoleonic wars.
COLLINS & BROWN
(dist. by Sterling)
Frank Lloyd Wright: A Visual Encyclopedia (Sept., $24.95) by Iain Thomson is an A-Z guide to buildings designed by Wright.
Andy Warhol: Drawings and Illustrations of the 1950s (Oct., $49.95) by Ivan Vartanian includes silver and gold foil renderings, rubber stamp drawings and erotic portraits. 20,000 first printing. Advertising.
Raymond Pettibon: The Books 1978-1998 (Nov., $50), essays by Robert Ohrt and Uwe Koch, presents more than 100 of Pettibon's publications, reprinting 32 issues in their entirety.
The Victorian Home in America: With over 360 Illustrations (Nov., $14.95) by John Maass studies the style's architectural history from 1840 to 1900.
J. PAUL GETTY TRUST
Cave Temples of Mogao: Art and History on the Silk Road (Jan., $29.95) by Roderick Whitfield, Susan Whitfield and Neville Agnew traces the history of the site of Buddhist art in China.
The Grove Book of Art Writing (Sept., $18), edited by Martin Gayford and Karen Wright. This anthology gathers insight on artists and models, pictorial interpretation, gallery viewing, patronage and more.
When Elephants Paint: The Quest of Two Russian Artists to Save the Elephants of Thailand (Nov.; $20, cloth $40) by Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid. Two Russian artists set out to provide food and care for the endangered elephants of Thailand. 40,000 first printing. Advertising. Author publicity.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
The Spaces Between Buildings (Sept.; $25.95, cloth $58) by Larry R. Ford explores the use and misuse of city space throughout history.
Event-Cities 2 (Nov., $35) by Bernard Tschumi continues where Event-Cities left off and updates Tschumi's thoughts on cities and their making.
The Writing Architectureseries includes A Landscape of Events (Nov., $15.95) by Paul Virilio, trans. by Julie Rose. A French architect and philosopher offers his views on the cultural chaos of our times.
Reprint: e-topia: "Urban Life, Jim--But Not As We Know It" (Oct., $13.95) by William J. Mitchell.
The Risko Book (Oct., $29.95) by Robert Risko. Caricaturist Risko teams up with interviewer Kevin Sessums to profile more than 175 celebrities that include Queen Elizabeth, David Letterman, Donald Trump and Christy Turlington.
MOYER BELL/ASPHODEL PRESS
The Joy I Seek (Oct., $14.95) by David Finn pairs passages from Keats's p m Endymion with Finn's visual interpretation.
(dist. by IPG)
Celtic Decorative Art: A Living Tradition (Sept., $16.95) by Deborah O'Brien and Mairead Ashe Fitzgerald features illuminated manuscripts, embroidery, murals and weaponry.
For a Better World: Posters from the United Nations (Sept., $35) by Edward B. Marks, foreword by U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, gathers posters that have been created since the organization's 1945 inception.
PRINCETON ARCHITECTURAL PRESS
On the Job: Design and the American Office (Nov., $24.95), edited by Donald Albrecht and Chrysanthe B. Broikos. Color and period photos document 20th-century office design.
RIO NUEVO Publishers
A Guide to Hopi Katsina Dolls (Sept., $9.95) by Kent McManis highlights contemporary and historic Katsina dolls that appear during the Hopi ceremonial year.
Color Harmony: Jewels: A Guide for Creating Great Color Combinations with a Jewel Palette (Nov., $17) by Martha Gill suggests effective color combinations based on jewels' color range.
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD/
The Buildings of Main Street: A Guide to American Commercial Architecture (Sept., $22.95) by Richard Longstreth surveys and interprets commercial architectural style in urban America.
TASCHEN AMERICA LLC
40 Under 40 (Oct., $39.99) by Jessica Cargill Thompson looks at the next generation of influential architects.
1000 Objects (Oct., $29.99) by Oliviero Toscani focuses on specific objects as pieces of cultural identity; U.S exhibition is being planned.
TEN SPEED PRESS
Dog Works: The Meaning and Magic of Canine Constructions (Sept., $16.95) by Vicki Mathison documents a wide range of dogs.
THAMES & hUDSON
The World of Art series includes Impressionism: Origins, Practice, Reception ($16.95) by Belinda Thompson, which draws upon recently discovered documents to illuminate the Impressionist movement and the artists involved, and Realism in 20th Century Painting (both Sept., $14.95) by Brendan Prendeville, which charts the effects of realism in American and European painting.
THUNDER'S MOUTH PRESS
Such Desperate Joy: Imagining Jackson Pollock (Nov., $16.95), edited by Helen Harrison. Writings, interviews and personal statements reveal Pollock's impact and influence. 25,000 first printing.
Reprint:Dreams: The Art of Boris Vallejo (Sept., $24.95) by Boris Vallejo.
Design Directory USA (Dec., $29.95) by Bernd Polster provides an overview of products and designers in America.
UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
Tate Modern: The Handbook (Sept.; $29.95, cloth $50), edited Iwona Blazwick and Simon Wilson, introduces the new London museum featuring contemporary art.
Univ. of washington press
Roland Terry: Northwest Master Architect (Sept., $35, cloth $50) by Justin Henderson highlights the residential and commercial work of the renowned architect. Ad/promo.
Understanding Northwest Coast Art: A Guide to Crests, Beings, and Symbols (Sept., $17.95) by Cheryl Shearar provides a guide to the meaning of Northwest Coast Indian totem poles, masks and prints.
UNIV. PRESS OF MISSISSIPPI
Muffler Men (Nov.; $18, cloth $38) by Timothy Corrigan Correll and Patrick Arthur Polk collects examples of folk art created by using parts from the automotive scrap heap.
Mad: Cover to Cover, 48 Years, 6 Months, & 3 Days of Mad Magazine Covers (Sept., $24.95) by "The Usual Gang of Idiots," with commentary by Frank Jacobs, published to coincide with the 400th issue of Mad magazine, reproduces every cover published since 1952 plus rare art, photos and sketches.
CowParade New York (Sept., $14.95), a companion to the New York City exhibit, features more than 500 life-size fiberglass cows on display in parks, plazas and other public spaces.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
Monet in the 20th Century (Sept.; $30, cloth $55) by Paul Hayes Tucker examines Monet's work from 1900 until his death in 1926.
Mark Rothko (Oct., $35) by Jeffrey Weiss reproduces more than 100 paintings, prints and drawings.
Biography & Memoirs
The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath: The Complete Edition (Nov., $18), edited by Karen V. Kukil, presents the complete, uncensored diaries of the p t. Ad/promo.
Reprint: Colors of the Mountain (Jan., $13) by Da Chen.
Reprint: Memories of the Great & the Good (Oct., $13.95) by Alistair Cooke.
I See Asheville, I See France (Sept., $4.95) by Donald Davis collects the North Carolina storyteller's all-time favorite school stories.
Reprints: All Souls: A Family Story from Southie (Oct., $14) by Michael Patrick MacDonald; My Movie Business: A Memoir (Oct., $12.95) by John Irving; Secrets of the Flesh: A Life of Colette (Nov., $18.95) by Judith Thurman; A Pirate Looks at Fifty (Dec., $14) by Jimmy Buffett.
Ernest Hemingway (Sept., $18.95) by Norberto Fuentes. This illustrated large-format volume captures the life of the author's best years.
Reprint: Bye Bye Baby: My Tragic Love Affair with The Bay City Rollers (Feb., $14.95) by Caroline Sullivan.
Independence Days: Still Just Boys and Other Stories (Nov., $18) by Justin Matott. Each story is centered around a central theme of beer which becomes a metaphor for the vagaries of life.
CARROLL & GRAF
The Exploits of Baron de Marbot (Oct., $12.95) by Baron de Marbot is the classic that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's stories of Brigadier Gerard and the Napoleonic wars.
Reprint: Woody Allen: A Biography (Dec., $14) by John Baxter.
Swingin' Chicks of the '60s: A Tribute to 101 of the Decade's Defining Women (Oct., $49.99) by Chris Strodder profiles actresses, singers and headline-makers, including Twiggy, Ann-Margret and Helen Gurley Brown.
COOPER SQUARE PRESS
Reprint: My Story (Oct., $22.95) by Marilyn Monr and Ben Hecht.
CORNELL UNIV. PRESS
Reprint: Stay Alive, My Son (Oct., $16.95) by Pin Yathay, with a new preface and epilogue.
DA CAPO PRESS
Reprint: A Cure for Gravity: A Musical Pilgrimage (Nov., $14) by J Jackson.
Reprints: Get Happy (Feb., $TBA) by Gerald Clark; Lost in the Funhouse (Feb., $TBA) by Bill Zehme.
Reprint: Ex-Friends: Falling Out with Allen Ginsberg, Lionel and Diana Trilling, Lillian Hellman, Hannah Arendt, and Norman Mailer (Sept., $16.95) by Norman Podhoretz.
FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX
Sammy: An Autobiography (Dec., $15) by Sammy Davis Jr. and Jane and Burt Boyar revises Davis's memoirs, incorporating unpublished material, with a new introduction and epilogue.
Reprint: Morning, Noon and Night (Sept., $12) by Spalding Gray.
FSG/HILL & WANG
Love Across Color Lines: Ottilie Assing and Frederick Douglass (Sept., $15) by Maria Diedrich.
THE FEMINIST PRESS
Always from Somewhere Else: A Memoir of My Chilean Jewish Father (Sept., $11.95) by Marjorie AgosÃn traces the story of the author's father, a doctor, scientist and classical pianist who seemed destined to be a refugee.
Reprints: Peace, War and Politics (Oct., $TBA) by Jack Anderson with Daryl Gibson; Furthermore! Memoirs of a Parish Priest (Dec., $14.95) by Andrew M. Greeley.
Reprints: Elvis Costello (Oct., $14) by Tony Clayton-Lea; Love Is Where It Falls (Feb., $13) by Simon Callow.
GALLAUDET UNIV. PRESS
Deaf Peddler: Confessions of an Inside Man (Sept., $15.95) by Dennis S. Buck tells how the author earned hundreds of dollars panhandling at airports and malls while receiving government benefits.
Reprint: The Million Dollar Mermaid (Sept., $14) by Esther Williams with Digby Diehl.
(dist. by Trafalgar Square)
Reprint: Blood Royal: The Story of the Spencers and the Royals (Sept., $11.95) by John Pearson.
Reprints: Mythmaker: The Life and Work of George Lucas (Nov., $14) by John Baxter; Tha Doggfather: The Times, Trials, and Hardcore Truths of Snoop Dogg (Nov., $13) by Snoop Dogg.
Reprint: Faith of My Fathers: A Family Memoir (Sept., $14) by John McCain.
(dist. by Trafalgar Square)
Headway Guides for Beginners--Great Lives Series (Sept., $11.95 each). Each volume introduces a cultural icon of our time such as the Buddha, the Dalai Lama, Einstein, Freud, God, Jung, Marx and Shakespeare.
Before I Say Goodbye: Reflections and Observations from One Woman's Final Year (Sept., $13) by Ruth Picardie is an account of a young woman's spiritual triumph over breast cancer in the last year of her life.
Reprint: Mao: A Life (Feb., $20) by Philip Short.
Reprint: Hurricane: The Miraculous Journey of Rubin Carter (Jan., $14) by James S. Hirsch.
An Unbroken Chain: My Journey Through the Nazi Holocaust (Oct., $16.95) by Henry A. rtelt with Stephanie rtelt Samuels traces tragic yet inspiring events.
(dist. by Dufour Editions)
The Family Business (Sept., $15.95) by Adrian Kenny. In 1970s Dublin, the young Kenny is torn between the family sh business and a literary career.
LITTLE, BROWN/BACK BAY
Reprint: The Trust: The Private and Powerful Family Behind the New York Times (Sept., $18.95) by Susan E. Tifft and Alex S. Jones
Crazy Horse: A Photographic Biography (Nov., $20) by Bill and Jan M ller combines visuals of the homelands of the Oglala with the story of Crazy Horse's life.
THE MOUNTAINEERS BOOKS
Fragile Edge: A Personal Portrait of Loss on Everest (Sept., $16.95) by Maria Coffey describes the loss of Coffey's lover, elite British mountaineer J Tasker.
Reprint: A Life on the Edge: Memoirs of Everest and Beyond (Sept., $26.95) by Jim Whittaker.
NORTHEASTERN UNIV. PRESS
Reprints: Nat King Cole (Nov., $17.95) by Daniel Mark Epstein; Reminiscing in Tempo: A Portrait of Duke Ellington (Nov., $17.95) by Stuart Nicholson.
NORTHWESTERN UNIV. PRESS
Not the Germans Alone: A Son's Search for the Truth of Vichy (Sept., $15.95) by Isaac Levendel looks at a shameful era in French history.
Reprints: Stanley Kubrick, Director (Sept., $25) by Alexander Walker, Sybil Taylor and Ulrich Ruchti; Iris and Her Friends: A Memoir of Memory and Desire (Nov., $13.95) by John Bayley.
OHIO UNIV. press
Reprint: Stolen Life: The Journey of a Cree Woman (Sept., $16.95) by Rudy Wiebe and Yvonne Johnson.
PAUL DRY BOOKS
(dist. by IPG)
Who Loves You Like This (Dec., $14.95) by Edith Bruck, trans. by Thomas Kelso. The youngest daughter of a poor Jewish family in Hungary remembers her years in Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen and Dachau.
The Effects of Knut Hamsun on a Fresno Boy: Recollections and Short Essays (Oct., $10.95) by Gary Soto. Memoirs begin with ordinary moments and end in epiphanies of joy and heartbreak. Author tour.
(dist. by Dufour Editions)
Reprint: Agatha Christie and the Eleven Missing Days (Oct., $27.95) by Jared Cade.
Reprint: A Man Named Dave: A Story of Triumph and Forgiveness (Sept., $11) by Dave Pelzer.
Reprint: The Long Program: Skating Toward Life's Victories (Oct., $13.95) by Peggy Fleming.
pocket/WASHINGTON SQUARE PRESS
Reprint: A Little More About Me (Oct., $13.95) by Pam Houston.
(dist. by Blackwell)
Napoleon the Novelist (Feb.; $22.95, cloth $57.95) by Andy Martin uncovers a side to Bonaparte that has long been ignored.
rANDOM HOUSE/MODERN LIBRARY
Reprints: Dutch: A Memoir of Ronald Reagan (Oct., $16.95) by Edmund Morris; Letters from the Editor (Jan., $26.95), edited by Thomas Kunkel; Georgiana Duchess of Devonshire(Jan., $15.95) by Amanda Foreman.
RED DEER PRESS
Wrestling with the Angel (Oct., $21.95, edited by Caterina Edwards and Kay Stewart, collects the work of writers such as Margaret Atwood, Myrna Kostash, Sarah Murphy, who struggle with feelings of confusion, anger and fear as they write.
Allen Dulles: Master of Spies (Oct., $19.95) by James Srodes looks at the life of the architect of the American spy system.
Reprint: Gore: A Political Life (Sept., $16.95) by Bob Zelnick.
Where We Stand: Class Matters (Oct.; $16.95, cloth $50) by bell hooks offers the feminist's previously unpublished reflections on race and class.
Reprint: And the Sea Is Never Full: Memoirs, 1969- (Nov., $15) by Elie Weisel.
Reprints: Climbing the Mountain: My Search for Meaning (Sept., $13) by Kirk Douglas; When Pride Still Mattered: A Life of Vince Lombardi (Sept., $16) by David Maraniss; All the Best, George Bush: My Life in Letters and Other Writings (Oct., $16) by George Bush; By George: The Autobiography of George Forman (Oct., $12) by George Forman and J l Engel.
In the Service of His Country: The Biography of Dasang Damdul Tsarong, Commander General of Tibet (Oct., $14.95) by D.N. Tsarong tells of the life of a Tibetan aristocrat, politician and soldier--and an intimate friend of the 13th Dalai Lama.
Touched by a Saint: Personal Encounters with Mother Teresa (Sept., $14.95) by Susan Crimp. Words and photos recall the charisma of the saintly woman.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIV. PRESS
Yankin' and Liftin' Their Whole Lives: A Mississippi River Commercial Fisherman (Nov., $24.95) by Richard Younker combines narrative, monologues and photos to depict what may be the last of the fishermen making a living on the Mississippi.
(dist. by Int'l Publishers Marketing)
The First Life of St. Francis (Sept., $12.95) by Brother Thomas Celano reveals how St. Francis turned from a profligate youth to a life of saintly goodness.
Without Vodka (Jan., $16) by Aleksander Topolski recounts the author's years in the Soviet penal system.
Reprint: The Caregiver: A Life with Alzheimer's (Sept., $14) by Aaron Alterra.
Che (Sept., $24.95) by Fernando Diego Garcia follows the revolutionary's life from early childhood to political activist.
Temple Univ. press
Yellow Journalist: Dispatches from Asian America (Feb., $22.95, cloth $69.50) by William Wong examines what it means to be Asian-American.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
That Others May Live: The True Story of a PJ, a Member of America's Most Daring Rescue Force (Feb., $13.95) by Sgt. Jack Brehm and Pte. Nelson. A pararescue jumper describes the lives of brave men who rescue soldiers and civilians alike.
Bruce Lee: The Celebrated Life of the Golden Dragon (Nov., $24.95), edited by John Little, collects many never-before-published photographs. Advertising.
univ. of illinois press
Reprint: Flying (Oct., $18.95) by Kate Millett.
univ. of MINNESOTA PRESS
Reprint: Louise Brooks: A Biography (Sept., $19.95) by Barry Paris.
univ. OF NEBRASKA PRESS
Teacher in Space: Christa McAuliffe and the Challenger Legacy (Sept., $24.95) by Colin Burgess is a biography of the teacher who died aboard the space shuttle Challenger.
univ. OF NORTH CAROLINA
Susan Glaspell: A Critical Biography (Oct.; $22.50, cloth $55) by Barbara Ozieblo explores the life of the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and novelist.
univ. OF WISCONSIN PRESS
Emile de Antonio: Radical Filmmaker in Cold War America (Oct.; $19.95, cloth $50) by Randolph Lewis captures the life of the political filmmaker and discusses his films on Nixon, J. Edgar Hoover, Vietnam and the Weather Underground.
Reprint: An Underground Life: Memoirs of a Gay Jew in Nazi Berlin (Sept.; $16.95, cloth $24.95) by Gad Beck.
univ. press of mississippi
Charles M. Schulz: Conversations (Oct., $20), edited by M. Thomas Inge. The late Peanuts creator talks about life, sports, theology and the comic strip.
Earl Hooker, Blues Master (Feb.; $22, cloth $48) by Sebastian Danchin chronicles the life and death of the guitar-playing genius.
Reprint: Falling Through Space: The Journals of Ellen Gilchrist (Nov., $18) by Ellen Gilchrist includes 15 new essays.
Reprint: A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius (Feb., $14) by Dave Eggers.
(dist. by Trafalgar Square)
Willa Cather: A Life Saved Up (Sept., $15.95) by Hermione Lee offers a reinterpretation of the writer's life.
Reprint: Dead Run: The Shocking Story of Dennis Stockton and Life on Death Row in America (Sept., $12.95) by J Jackson and William F. Burke Jr.
Reprint: The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. (Jan., $13.95), edited by Clayborne Carson.
Reprint: Carl Sagan: A Life (Oct., $17.95) by Keay Davidson.
NEIL WILSON PUBLISHING
(dist. by Interlink)
The Saga of Ring of Bright Water: The Enigma of Gavin Maxwell (Sept., $17.95) by Douglas Botting presents a portrait of the natural history writer.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
John Soane: An Accidental Romantic (Sept.; $24.95, cloth $50) by Gillian Darley reviews the self-made architect's turbulent life and the buildings he designed.
Business & Personal Finance
The Everything Online Job Search Bank (Sept., $12.95) by Stephen Graber tells how to find the ideal job through networking and Internet research. 40,000 first printing.
Knock'em Dead, 2001 ($12.95) and Resumes That Knock'em Dead (both Oct., $10.95) by Martin Yate. 100,000 and 75,000 first printing, respectively.
Office Emails That Really Click (Oct., $12.95) by Maureen Chase and Sandy Trupp is a manual of dos and don'ts.
ALLEN & UNWIN
(dist. by IPG)
Advertising and the Mind of the Consumer: What Works, What D sn't, and Why (Oct., $19.95) by Max Sutherland and Alice K. Sylvester gives insight into advertisers' success or failure to manipulate customers.
The E-Policy Handbook: Designing and Implementing Effective E-Mail, Internet, and Software Policies (Nov., $19.95) by Nancy Flynn.
The Secrets of Word-of-Mouth Marketing: How to Trigger Exponential Sales Through Runaway Word of Mouth (Nov., $17.95) by George Silverman.
Enlightened Office Politics: Understanding, Coping with, and Winning the Game--Without Losing Your Soul (Jan., $17.95) by Michael and Deborah Singer Dobson gives tips on how to play office politics successfully.
422 Tax Deductions for Businesses and Self Employed Individuals (Sept., $17.95) by Bernard B. Kamoroff offers an A-Z guide identifying many legitimate writeoffs.
Selling 2.0: Customer Motivation Strategies for Winning Business in the New Economy (Oct., $12.95) by Josh Gordon includes more than 100 interviews with corporate heads.
Cybergrrl @ Work: Tips and Inspiration for the Professional You (Jan., $12.95) by Aliza Sherman shows women how to use the Internet profitably.
The New Why Teams Don't Work, What Went Wrong and How to Make it Right (Sept., $17.95) by Harvey Robbins and Michael Finley addresses the problem of team failure.
Accidental Genius: Revolutionize Your Thinking Through Private Writing (Nov., $15.95) by Mark Levy presents writing techniques for improving creative thinking and problem-solving skills.
The Post-Corporate World: Life After Capitalism (Sept., $19.95) by David Korten outlines measures for realizing a radical democracy, locally rooting capital and restructuring the rules of commerce.
How to Raise a Family on Less Than Two Incomes (Feb., $14.95) by Denise Topolnicki. A former Money magazine editor details how to live on one income.
Let's Go into Business Together (Jan., $14.99) by Azriela Jaffe is a resource for small-business partners.
CHICAGO REVIEW PRESS
How to Make Money as an Artist (Sept., $10.95) by Sean Moore provides information on how to market and sell artwork. 10,000 first printing.
The Complete E-Commerce Book: Design, Build and Maintain a Successful Web-based Business (Sept., $29.95) by Janice Reynolds and Roya Mofazali.
COLUMBIA UNIV. PRESS
Writing About Business: The New Knight-Bagehot Guide to Economics and Business Journalism (Dec., $27.50), edited by Terri Thompson.
CONSUMER REPORTS BOOKS
The Consumer Reports Money Book: How to Get It, Save It, and Spend It Wisely (Oct., $19.95) by Janet Bamford, Jeff Blyskal et al., includes worksheets, charts and tips for a sound financial plan.
The Xers & The Boomers (Sept., $14.95) by Claire Raines and Jim Hunt looks at the specific conflicts between the two generations who make up the majority of today's workforce. 10,000 first printing.
Winning Roles for Career-Minded Women: Understanding the Roles We Learned as Girls and How to Change Them for Success at Work (Oct., $17.95) by Binnie Shusman Kafrissen and Fran Shusman.
Loyalty Marketing for the Internet Age (Oct., $24.95) by Kathleen Sindell discusses electronic customer-relations management.
The Online Trading Survival Guide (Nov., $18.95) by Jack J. Guinan. An industry insider demystifies online investing.
Socially Responsible Investing (Jan., $19.95) by Amy L. Domini is by the woman behind the Domini 400 Index.
How to Be a Teenage Millionaire: Start Your Own Business, Make Your Own Money and Run Your Own Life (Oct., $16.95) by Art Beroff and T.R. Adams shows 13- to 17-year-olds how to turn hobbies, skills and interests into profit-making ventures.
How to Dot.com: A Step-by-Step Guide to E-Commerce (Nov., $18.95) by Robert McGarvey.
How to Start a Home-Based Web Design Business (Jan., $17.95) by Jim Smith.
Common Sense for Board Members: 40 Essays About Board Service (Nov., $8.95) by Edgar St sz offers advice on organizational "planning" instead of "housekeeping."
Reprints: Direct from Dell: Strategies That Revolutionized an Industry (Sept., $15) by Michael Dell; The End of Marketing as We Know It (Sept., $15) by Sergio Zyman.
The Yahoo! Finance Book: Your Indispensable Companion to Finance on the Internet (Oct., $16) by Julie Fenster picks the best financial sites, based on depth of service, nature of information and site sponsor reputation.
Time Management from the Inside Out (Sept., $15) by Julie Morganstern is by the author of Organizing from the Inside Out.
Reprint: The Predictors (Nov., $15) by Thomas Bass.
10 Minute Guide to Project Management (Sept., $19.95) consists of short lessons on how to get any project organized and running smoothly.
10 Minute Guide to Employee Stock Option Plans (Sept., $10.95) by Alex Saenz defines the terminology and concepts of most employee stock-option purchase plans.
The Thrifty Investor: Penny-Wise Strategies for Investors on a Budget (Oct., $16.95) by Craig Israelsen focuses on low-cost stocks and mutual funds, dividend reinvestment plans and more.
Reprint: The Electronic Day Trader (Sept., $16.95) by Marc Friedfertig and George West.
Harley Hahn's Internet & Web Yellow Pages, 2001 Edition (Sept., $29.99) by Harley Hahn. 70,000 first printing. Advertising. Author tour.
Reprint: The Next Common Sense: Mastering Corporate Complexity Through Coherence (Sept., $16) by Michael Lissack and Johan Roos.
How to Grow a Backbone: 10 Strategies for Gaining Power and Influence at Work (Sept., $14.95) by Susan Marshall.
Are You a Corporate Refugee?: A Survival Guide for Downsized, Disillusioned and Displaced Workers (Jan., $15) by Ruth Luban is a program for overcoming workplace upheaval. 8-city author tour.
Reprint:The New New Thing: A Silicon Valley Story (Jan., $13) by Michael Lewis.
The Seven Powers of Questions: Secrets to Successful Communication in Life and at Work (Sept., $13.95) by Dorothy Leeds teaches how to ask the right questions to get the desired information, establish trusting relationships and successfully motivate others.
Chuck Jaffe's Lifetime Guide to Mutual Funds: An Owner's Manual (Oct., $17.50) by Charles A. Jaffe offers a guide to better investing.
Official Best of the Web Shopping Guide, 2001 (Sept., $19.95) by Alan Alper is the first of a series of online buying guides. Ad/promo.
Buffettology Workbook: The Value Investing Workbook for the New Economy (Feb., $13) by Mary Buffett and David Clark is a guide to billionaire Warren Buffett's investment strategy.
Reprint:The Motley Fool Investment Guide: How the Fool Beats Wall Street's Wise Men and How You Can Too (Jan., $14) by David and Tom Gardner.
Reprint: The Roaring 2000s Investor: Strategies for the Life You Want (Oct., $14) by Harry S. Dent.
SQUARE ONE PUBLISHERS
Retiring Right: Planning for a Successful Retirement (Nov., $16.95) by Lawrence J. Kaplan. 30,000 first printing. $30,000 ad/promo. Author tour.
stanford univ. press
The Silicon Valley Edge: A Habitat for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Nov., $19.95) by Chong-Moon Lee et al., reveals how Silicon Valley maintains its reputation.
STATE UNIV. OF NEW YORK PRESS
Global Leaders for the Twenty-First Century (Nov., $18.95) by Michael J. Marquardt and Nancy O. Berger identifies competencies that will be required by 21st-century leaders.
(dist. by Seven Hills)
Diversity Blues: How to Shake 'Em (Nov., $15.95) by Gladys Gossett Hankins addresses race and gender issues in the workplace.
TEN SPEED PRESS
What Color Is Your Parachute? 2001: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers (Oct.; $16.95, cloth $24.95) by Richard Nelson Bolles.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
Reprint: The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom (Dec., $13.95) by Suze Orman.
What the IRS D sn't Want You to Know: A CPA Reveals the Tricks of the Trade (Jan., $16.95) by Martin Kaplan and Naomi Weiss, is updated with new suggestions.
Rich Dad's Guide to Raising Your Child's Financial IQ (Jan., $17.95) by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter explains financial economy basics to children. Advertising. Author tour.
Welcome rain publishers
Frozen Desire: The Meaning of Money (Nov., $15) by James Buchan examines the privileged, idealized role of money throughout the history of civilization.
The Conference Board Challenge to Business: Industry Leaders Speak Their Minds (Sept., $27.95), edited by Peter Krass, collects essays and speeches from prominent business leaders. Ad/promo.
The Black Enterprise Guide to Investing (Nov., $19.95) by James Anderson shows readers how to invest safely and successfully.
Childcare & Parenting
365 Ways to Get Your Child to Sleep (Sept., $7.95) by Paula Elbirt, M.D., and Linda Lee Small provides tips and techniques to ensure a child's restful sleep. 40,000 first printing.
BEYOND WORDS PUBLISHING
Nurture Your Child's Gift: Inspired Parenting (Oct., $14.95) by Caron Goode assists parents in guiding and motivating their children. $10,000 ad/promo.
Overcoming Underachieving: A Simple Plan to Boost Your Kids' Grades and End the Homework Hassles (Sept., $12.95) by Ruth Peters targets parents of children ages six to 18. Ad/promo.
Be the Parent Your Child Deserves (Nov., $14.99) by Rae Turnbull teaches parents how to lead, motivate and inspire their children.
Violence Proof Your Kids Now: How to Recognize the 8 Warning Signs and What to Do About Them (Sept., $14.95) by Erika V. Shearin Karres identifies the eight signs of a violent child and offers strategies for their safety. Advertising.
Reprint: Embracing Persephone: How to Be the Mother You Want for the Daughter You Cherish (Feb., $15.95) by Virginia Beane Rutter.
Everything You Need to Know to Have a Healthy Twin Pregnancy (Nov., $15.95) by Gila Leiter, M.D., with Rachel Kranz takes expectant mothers of multiples on a month-by-month journey through their pregnancy. Ad/promo. Author publicity.
WM. B. EERDMANS
The Child in Christian Thought (Sept., $20), edited by Marcia Bunge, surveys the history of religious concepts on children.
How to Be a Parent When Your Child Is an Adult (Oct., $16.95) by Dale M. Jacobs, M.D., and Renee Gordon Jacobs suggests ways to avoid frustration and arguments while fostering closeness with grown children.
Daycare and Diplomas: Essays by Teen Mothers Who Stayed in School (Jan., $9.95) by the Students at South Vista Education Center. Students at a special school for teen mothers share their insights on pregnancy, parenting and staying in school.
FARRAR, STRAUS & GIROUX
Dim Sum, Bagels, and Grits: A Sourcebook for Multicultural Families (Feb., $15) by Myra Alperson offers insight into combining cultures, confronting prejudice and developing role models.
Lunch Box Letters: Writing Notes of Love and Encouragement to Your Children (Sept., $8.95) by Carol Sperandeo and Bill Zimmerman recommends that parents use lunch boxes to communicate love and encouragement to their children. 65,000 first printing.
Dr. Paula's House Calls to Your Newborn (Sept.; $12.95, cloth $19.95) by Paula M. Elbirt, M.D., covers the medical and emotional aspects of caring for both a newborn and a new mom; includes CD-ROM.
FREE SPIRIT PUBLISHING
Stand Up for Your Gifted Child: How to Make the Most of Kids' Strengths at School and at Home (Oct., $14.95) by Joan Franklin Smutny empowers parents with information and resources necessary to assist in the social, emotional and academic success of their children.
Reprint: Taking Charge of ADHD, Revised Edition: The Complete, Authoritative Guide for Parents (Oct., $18.95) by Russell A. Barkley.
I Love You Rituals (Dec., $14) by Becky A. Bailey describes activities to enhance behavior and learning in children from infancy through age eight. 30,000 first printing. Author publicity.
Reprint: Children Are from Heaven (Jan., $13) by John Gray.
HARPER SAN FRANCISCO
The Secret Life of Teens (Sept., $12.95), edited by Gayatri Patnaik and Michelle Shinseki, reveals teen views on education, sex, race and divorce. 50,000 first printing. $35,000 ad/promo.
THE HAWORTH PRESS
With Child: How You Can Help Your Child with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Other Behavioral Disorders (Nov.; $18.95, cloth $59.95) by Don Mordasini.
Do Your Kids Know You Love Them? (Sept., $12) by Fred Streit and Beatrice Krauss provides a guide to insure that children perceive the love their parents feel for them.
The Doctor's Guide to Diabetes and Your Child (Nov., $14) by Allan E. Sosin, M.D., with Sheila Sobell focuses on treatment and prevention of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Reprint: Pregnancy Day by Day (Jan., $19.95) by Sheila Kitzinger.
Compassionate Souls: Raising the Next Generation to Change the World (Sept., $15) by JoAnn Farb explains how to rear thoughtful and compassionate children.
Sweet Dreams: A Pediatrician's Secrets for Baby's Good Night's Sleep (Dec., $17.95) by Paul M. Fleiss, M.D., explains how to create a positive sleep environment for your child.
Raising Faith-Filled Kids: Ordinary Opportunities to Nurture Spirituality at Home (Oct., $12.95) by Tom McGrath contains tips and action steps for parents who want to foster a healthy, functional spirituality in their children. 15,000 first printing.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Caring for Aging Parents (Dec., $16.95) by Linda Rhodes guides adult children in their changing roles and the changing needs of their parents.
A Parents' Guide to Nintendo, ...Playstation and ...Computer Games (Oct., $14.99 each) by Craig Wessel includes descriptions and ratings. 50,000 first printing each. Advertising. Author tour.
Listen My Son: St. Benedict for Fathers (Oct., $17.95) by Dwight Longenecker offers ancient spiritual wisdom for contemporary parents.
Empowering Underachievers: How to Guide Failing Kids (8-18) to Personal Excellence (Sept., $15.95) by Peter A. Spevak and Maryann Karinch reveals why children underachieve and what to do about it. Advertising. 20-city TV/radio satellite tour.
Reprints: The What's Happening to My Body? Book for Girls--A Growing Up Guide for Parents and Daughters--Third Edition and ...Bookfor Boys...Sons... (Sept.; $12.95 each, cloth $22.95 each) by Lynda Madaras with Area Madaras; How to Help Your Kids Choose to Be Tobacco-Free: A Guide for Parents of Children Ages 3 Through 19 (Nov., $14.95) by Robert Schwebel.
Hidden Messages: What Our Words and Actions Are Really Telling Our Children (Oct., $14.95) by Elizabeth Pantley shares stories of parents who unknowingly send negative messages through their words and actions.
How to Keep Your Teenager from Driving You Crazy: A Proven Program for Enforcing Limits and Restoring Peace to Your Family (Oct., $14.95) by Paula Stone Bender offers advice for a more cooperative and peaceful household.
Unplugging Power Struggles: Resolving Emotional Battles with Your Kids, Ages 2 to 10 (Sept.; $13.95, cloth $19.95) by Jan Faull is for parents whose children push for too much control.
The Family Business: What Every Manager Knows and Every Parent Ought To (Feb.; $12.95, cloth $19.95) by Roni Jay adapts valuable business skills to parenting.
What Works with Children: Wisdom and Reflections from People Who Have Devoted Their Careers to Kids (Oct., $14.95), edited by Marshall and Sara Duke, features advice from 40 professionals. Advertising.
Reprint: Building Healthy Minds: The Six Experiences That Create Intelligence and Emotional Growth in Babies and Young Children (Oct., $17) by Stanley I. Greenspan.
Endangered: Your Child in a Hostile World (Sept., $10) by Johann Christoph Arnold offers parents and educators an alternative to the current culture. 25,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo.
How to Say It to Your Kids (Oct., $14) by Paul Coleman helps to improve parent-child communication skills.
Reading Rescue 1-2-3 (Sept., $16) by Peggy M. Wilber presents a three-step program to raise a child's reading level two grades.
Positive Discipline for Your Stepfamily (Sept., $16.95) by Jane Nelsen, H. Stephen Glenn and Cheryl Erwin focuses on harmony, respect, unity and joy.
Reprint: I Refuse to Raise a Brat (Oct., $12) by Marilu Henner.
FLEMING H. REVELL
Making Children Mind Without Losing Yours (Sept., $12.99) by Kevin Leman is a no-nonsense approach to child rearing developed from the Scripture.
Personality Plus for Parents: Understanding What Makes Your Child Tick (Sept., $11.99) by Florence Littauer advises parents on factors that affect their relationships with their children.
101 Ways to Raise a Happy Toddler (Sept., $13.95) by Lisa McCourt covers topics that keep parents up at night, from toilet training to tantrums.
The New Book of Baby and Child Massage (Feb., $12.95) by Robert Toporek encourages massage for improved circulation, stronger muscles and sharper brain functioning.
Wow the Dow!: The Complete Guide to Teaching Your Kids How to Invest in the Stock Market (Sept., $14) by Lynn Roney and Pat Smith guides parents who want to teach their children to become market savvy.
Is My Child Overtired?: The Sleep Solution for Raising Happier, Healthier Children (Nov., $12) by William Wilkoff, M.D., helps parents monitor and manage their child's sleep habits.
Reprint: The Educated Child: A Parent's Guide from Preschool through Eighth Grade (Nov., $16) by William J. Bennett, Chester E. Finn Jr. and John T.E. Cribb Jr.
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How to Raise Confident Children (Sept., $10.95) by Carole Baldock is a parental guide.
The Depressed Child: A Parent's Guide for Rescuing Kids (Feb., $12.95) by Douglas A. Riley outlines practical methods to finding solutions to children's dark thoughts.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
The New York Times Parent's Guide to the Best Books for Children, Third Edition (Nov., $18) by Eden Ross Lipson, the Times children's book editor assists parents in selecting books for their kids. Advertising.
Answers to Your Kids' Questions (Oct., $10.99) by Charles Colson responds to questions about teenagers' most pressing concerns. $50,000 ad/promo.
801 Questions Kids Ask About God: Heritage Builders (Nov., $12.99) by David R. Veerman, James C. Galvin, James C. Wilhoit, Daryl J. Lucas and Rick Osborne provides the answers.
Mom's Handy Book of Backyard Games (Oct., $9.95) by Pete Cava features more than 100 games suggested by age level or by the equipment needed.
Adrift: The Cuban Raft People (Sept., $14.95) by Alfredo FernÃ¡ndez, trans. by Susan Giersbach RascÃ³n, documents stories of the Cuban boat people who preceded EliÃ¡n GonzÃ¡lez.
Broadman & holman
The Gospel According to the New York Times: How the World's Most Powerful News Organization Shapes Your Mind and Values (Sept., $14.99) by William Proctor questions the paper's objectivity.
Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin? (Oct., $17.95) by Barry Chamish reports a staged pretend assassination and a massive cover-up. $25,000 ad/promo.
Cambridge univ. press
The Crime Drop in America (Sept.; $19.95, cloth $54.95), edited by Alfred Blumstein and J l Wallman, speculates on the reasons why crime has continued to decline since 1991.
Carroll & graf
The Mammoth Book of Murder and Science (Sept., $11.95) by Roger Wilkes features infamous murder cases cracked by the art of forensics.
Landscapes of War (Oct., $15.95) by Juan Goytisolo, trans. by Peter Bush, examines the tensions between the West and the Islamic societies of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Advertising.
Cornell univ. press
The State of Working America 2000-2001 (Jan.; $24.95, cloth $59.95) by Lawrence Mishel, Jared Bernstein and John Schmitt assesses the U.S. economy.
Christians in a .com World (Oct., $12.99) by Gene Edward Veith and Chris Stamper is for discerning Christians who use the information highway.
The educational center press
Teachers of the World, Unite! (Nov., $10.95) by Sebastian de Assis denounces the bureaucratic forces that manipulate education through obsolete approaches and dictatorial practices. $8,000 ad/promo. 4-city author tour.
Farrar, straus & giroux
Reprint: The Big Test: The Secret History of the American Meritocracy (Oct., $15) by Nicholas Lemann.
Fsg/hill and wang
Reprint: Understanding China: A Guide to China's Economy, History, and Political Culture (Nov., $15) by John Bryan Starr.
Reprint: The Abduction Enigma (Sept., $16.95) by Kevin D. Randle, Russ Estes and William P. Cone.
The Battle in Seattle: The Story Behind and Beyond the WTO Demonstrations (Nov., $16.95) by Janet Thomas gathers information on the groups involved in the World Trade Organization protests.
Daily News, Eternal Stories: The Mythological Role of Journalism (Feb.; $17.95, cloth $35) by Jack Lule reveals mythical themes beneath the fresh faÃ§ade of current events, e.g., archetypes like the good mother as reflected in Mother Teresa. Ad/promo.
Reprint: From This Day Forward (Feb., $13) by Cokie and Steven Roberts.
Harvard univ. press
An Affair of State: The Investigation, Impeachment, and Trial of President Clinton (Nov., $16.95) by Richard A. Posner. A federal judge examines the facts of the Clinton impeachment.
Fifty Dead Men Walking (Sept., $16.95) by Martin McGartland reveals the story of a secret agent inside the IRA.
Holmes & meier
The Whistle-Blower of Dimona: Israel, Vanunu, and the Bomb (Dec., $20) by Y l Cohen examines the incident of Mordechai Vanunu, a technician at Israel's secret nuclear-arms research center at Dimona, disclosing classified information to London's Sunday Times.
Little, brown/BACK BAY
Reprint: The River: A Journey to the Source of HIV and AIDS (Dec., $24.95) by Edward Hooper.
the New press
Reprint: Rich Media, Poor Democracy: Communication Politics in Dubious Times (Nov., $17.95) by Robert McChesney.
New york univ. press
Our Monica, Ourselves: The Clinton Affair and the National Interest (Feb.; $18.95, cloth $55), edited by Lauren Berlant and Lisa Duggan, addresses the cultural, political and public policy issues surrounding the affair.
Reprint: Displays of Power: Controversy in the American Museum from the Enola Gay to Sensation! (Nov., $18.95) by Steven C. Dubin.
Paul & co.
Goodbye America! Globalization, Debt and the Dollar Empire (Sept., $22.50) by Michael Rowbotham argues a case for complete annulment of third world debt.
Reprint: East Side Stories: Gang Life in East L.A. (Sept., $24.95) by Joseph Rodriguez. $3,000 ad/promo.
Road Rage and Aggressive Driving: Steering Clear of Highway Warfare (Sept., $19) by Leon James and Diane Nahl looks at aggressive driving, legislative initiatives, self-tests and a three-step program to help moderate traffic emotions.
Improving Student Achievement: What State Test Scores Tell Us (Sept., $20) by David W. Grissmer, Ann Flanagan, Jennifer Kawata and Stephanie Williamson examines state-sponsored reform efforts on student achievement.
Cuba: The Contours of Change (Dec., $13.95), edited by Susan Kaufman Purcell and David Rothkopf, looks at the political and economic challenges facing the Castro regime and discusses the U.S. embargo against Cuba.
Tabloid Justice: Criminal Justice in an Age of Media Frenzy (Dec.; $22, cloth $55) by Richard L. Fox and Robert W. Van Sickel documents the negative political, social and legal impact of the news media's sensational coverage of criminal cases.
Rowman & littlefield
Shots in the Dark: The Policy, Politics, and Symbolism of Gun Control (Oct., $19.95) by William J. Vizzard surveys the U.S. gun landscape.
Reprint: A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Story of the Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down a President (Oct., $14) by Jeffrey Toobin.
Reprint: Unholy Wars, Revised Edition (Oct., $19.95) by John K. Cooley.
Reprint: Age Power: How the 21st Century Will Be Ruled by the New Old (Sept., $13.95) by Ken Dychtwald.
Reprint: Beyond Civilization: Humanity's Next Great Adventure (Nov., $12.95) by Daniel Quinn.
Univ. of arizona press
Lives on the Line: Dispatches from the U.S.-Mexico Border (Oct., $17.95, cloth $35) by Miriam Davidson includes local stories and international issues.
Univ. of minnesota press
Out at Work: Building a Gay-Labor Alliance (Jan., $19.95), edited by Kitty Krupat and Patrick McCreery, advocates that the gay rights movement and labor unions should join forces in order to advance workplace rights for all.
Univ. of texas press
How Cities Work: Suburbs, Sprawl and the Roads Not Taken (Jan.; $24.95, cloth $50) by Alex Marshall discusses the forces that determine how cities are formed.
Univ. press of mississippi
Prejudice Across America (Oct., $18, cloth $45) by James Waller takes readers along with white Washington State students on a road trip to experience race relations in the nation's hot spots.
Millennials Rising: The Next Great Generation (Sept., $14) by Neil Howe and William Strauss examines the generation born after 1982. Ad/promo. Author tour. Radio satellite tour.
Cookbooks, Wine & Entertaining
The Everything Cookbook (Oct., $14.95) by Faith and Sarah Jaycox offers 500 recipes from old-fashioned classics to today's healthy favorites.
The Good Carb Cookbook: Secrets of Eating Low on the Glycemic Index (Jan., $14.95) by Sandra Woodruff shows how to use good carbs to prevent hunger, improve insulin resistance, stabilize blood sugar and more.
Low-Carb Meals in Minutes (Oct., $18.95) by Linda Gassenheimer gives practical ways to incorporate low-carb eating into everyday life. 25,000 first printing. $20,000 ad/promo. 5-city author tour.
Soups & Stews for Fall and Winter Days (Sept., $10.95) by Liza Fosburgh includes recipes inspired by a Southern childhood and Northern winters.
The South African Ostrich Cookbook (Sept., $19.95) by Pauline Henderson and Danelle Coulson features more than 175 recipes using ostrich meat.
BON VIVANT PRESS
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Cooking Secrets: California Wine Country--Napa/Sonoma (Sept., $19.95) by Lorraine Gerstl and Colleen Olis. Chefs of the region share their secrets with more than 225 recipes.
Diane Warner's Complete Book of Children's Parties (Oct., $12.99) covers everything from themes and guest lists to invitations and menus.
The Wicca Cookbook: Recipes, Ritual, and Lore (Oct., $19.95) by Jamie Wood and Tara Seefeldt is organized according to eight nature-based festivals, featuring ingredients at their seasonal peak.
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Party Drinks (Sept., $19.95) by Ian Wisniewski covers alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages.
The Derrydale Game Cookbook and The Derrydale Fish Cookbook (Nov., $21.95 each) by L.P. De Gouy brings back two practical guides originally published in the 1930s. Advertising.
Secrets of New England Cooking (Sept., $7.95) by Ella Shannon Bowles and Dorothy S. Towle contains nearly 800 recipes culled from New England's rich heritage.
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Food: What We Eat and How We Eat (Oct., $24.95), edited by Clarissa Dickson Wright, of Two Fat Ladies TV fame, gathers culinary essays from more than 200 writers including James Beard, M.F.K. Fisher, Ernest Hemingway and Cole Porter.
The Vegetarian Bible: The Complete Illustrated Guide to Vegetarian Food and Cookery (Oct., $24.95) by Sarah Brown presents more than 250 recipes.
Easy Bread Machine Baking: More than 100 New Recipes for Sweet and Savory Loaves and Shaped Breads (Oct., $19.95) by Shirley Ann Holmes adds recipes to the home baker's repertoire.
Pizza: From Its Italian Origins to the Modern Table (Nov., $24.95) by Rosario Buonassisi takes a tour through pizza history then offers authentic recipes.
A Squeeze of Lime--Lime Recipes from La Collina Verde Along with Treasured Family Favorites (Sept., $16.95) by Linda Seigel Peterson. With more than 100 recipes, this book g s beyond just Key Lime Pie.
The Family of the Spirit Cookbook (Feb., $20) by John Pinderhughes serves up traditional African cooking with a dash of the nouvelle. 15,000 first printing.
Potluck (Sept., $15.95) by Mable Hoffman is a new collection showcasing family-pleasing fare.
Secrets from a Caterer's Kitchen (Feb., $TBA) by Nicole Aloni is a guide to hosting social events from an open house to a formal sit-down dinner.
Global Vegetarian Cooking: Quick & Easy Recipes from Around the World (Sept., $17.95) by Troth Wells. More than 130 recipes feature dishes from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Reprint: Zuzu Bailey's It's a Wonderful Life Cookbook (Oct., $12.95) by Karolyn "Zuzu" Grimes and Franklin Dohanyos.
The Buzz on Wine (Oct., $16.95) by Chris Sherman skips the snobbery to provide solid information on tasting, choosing and storing wines. $125,000 ad/promo.
Reprint: Square Meals: Three Hundred Old Fashioned Comfort Food Recipes (Dec., $16.95) by Jane and Michael Stern.
Reprint: Linda McCartney's World of Vegetarian Cooking: Over 200 Meat-Free Dishes from Around the World (Feb., $19.95) by Linda McCartney.
Being Vegan: Living with Conscience, Conviction, and Compassion (Nov., $16.95) by Joanne Stepaniak offers a Q&A primer on this often misunderstood lifestyle.
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Throwing a Great Party (Nov., $16.95) by Patty Sachs reveals secrets for creating a smashing shindig.
MARLOWE & COMPANY
Tofu Mania: Add Tofu to 120 of Your Favorite Dishes (Sept., $14.95) by Brita Housez incorporates tofu into familiar dishes including pizza, mashed potat s and chocolate cake. 30,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo. Author tour.
Best Food Writing 2000 (Nov., $14.95), edited by Holly Hughes, brings together essays, reviews, articles and other miscellaneous pieces. 30,000 first printing.
MCCLELLAND & STEWART
Quickies Chicken: Delicious Ideas from Bakes to Wraps (Oct., $16.95) contains more than 200 recipes for preparing America's popular meat.
Special Recipes from the Charleston Cake Lady (Sept., $15) by Teresa Pregnall includes ideas for the beginning baker as well as more challenging recipes for the experienced cook.
The Ultimate Candy Book: More Than 700 Quick and Easy, Soft and Chewy, Hard and Chunky Sweets and Other Treats (Oct., $15) by Bruce Weinstein satisfies every sweet tooth.
Reprint: Entertaining Light (Nov., $18) by Martha R. Shulman.
Southwestern Soups, Stews, and Skillet Supper (Sept., $12.95) by Judy Walker and Kim MacEachern provides 100 recipes.
A Potful of Recipes (Jan., $TBA) by JoAnna M. Lund with Barbara Alpert shows how to eliminate kitchen mess by creating simple meals with a slow cooker.
Reprint: Looney Spoons: Low-fat Food Made Fun! (Sept., $19.95) by Janet and Greta Podleski.
Parties and Projects for the Holidays (Sept., $22) by Martha Stewart Living magazine editors is the fourth volume in the Christmas with Martha Stewart Living series.
The High Protein Cookbook (Nov., $16) by Linda West Eckhardt and Katherine West Defoyd arms the high-protein dieter with 100 flavorful, satisfying recipes.
quail ridge press
Best of the Best from Arizona Cookbook (Oct., $16.95), edited by Gwen McKee and Barbara Moseley, preserves the unique taste of Arizona's food heritage with more than 500 recipes.
Grill Power: Everything You Need to Know to Make Great, Healthy Meals with Your Indoor Tabletop Electric Grill (Sept., $19.95) by Holly Rudin-Braschi has been created specifically for these small appliances. Author tour.
The Indian Grocery Store Demystified: A Food Lover's Guide to All the Best Ingredients in the Traditional Foods of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh (Sept., $16.95) by Linda Bladholm.
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The Juicing Bible (Nov., $18.95) by Pat Crocker and Susan Eagles explores the healing properties of mixed juices through 150 recipes.
America's Best Slow Cooker Recipes (Nov., $18.95) by Donna-Marie Pye features dishes that are ready to eat upon arriving home from a busy day.
Cookies, Brownies, Muffins and More: Rodale's New Classics Cookbooks (Nov., $14.95) by Anne Egan is part of a new series of cookbooks emphasizing speed, convenience and great taste.
Reprint: Prevention's The Healthy Cook (Sept., $18.95), edited by David Joachim and Matthew Hoffman.
RUTLEDGE HILL PRESS
A Taste of Carthage (Sept., $14.99) by Doreen Stewart and Jennie Stewart contains more than 300 recipes from Al Gore's hometown.
Counter Intelligence (Nov., $16.95) by Jonathan Gold. The columnist for L.A. Weekly collects Los Angeles's top 200 feeding finds.
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Casablanca Cuisine: French North African Cooking (Sept., $14.95) by Aline Benayoun features family cooking with the flavors of Morocco.
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Reprint: Debbi Fields' Great American Desserts: 100 Mouthwatering Easy-to-Prepare Recipes (Oct., $15) by Debbi Fields.
Giant Book of Tofu Cooking: 350 Delicious & Healthful Recipes (Sept., $19.95) by K. Lee Evans and Chris Rankin shows how to use tofu for healthier meals.
Treasured Country Recipes from Martha Storey & Friends: Mouthwatering, Time-Honored, Tried & True, Handed-Down, Soul-Satisfying Dishes (Oct., $27.50) shares favorite recipes. 8-city author tour.
Wolf in Chef's Clothing (Oct., $16.95) by Robert H. L b Jr. presents recipes for men entirely in picture form. 25,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.
Reprint: Easy Exotic: A Model's Low-Fat Recipes from Around the World (Sept., $16.95) by Padma Lakshmi.
TEN SPEED PRESS
Bruce Aidells' Complete Sausage Book: Recipes from America's Premier Sausage Maker (Oct., $19.95) by Bruce Aidells and Denis Kelly defines each type of sausage and how to make them.
Food for Friends: Homemade Gifts for Every Season (Oct., $19.95) by Sally Vargas offers recipes and decorative packaging ideas.
The Great Book of Pears (Sept., $16.95) by Barbara Flores includes history, anecdotes, recipes and growing tips.
Gluten, Wheat, and Dairy Free Cookbook (Dec., $19.95) by Antionette Savill provides more than 250 recipes for those with food sensitivities.
Vegan Feasts (Jan., $16.95) by Rose Elliot offers an array of vegan dishes plus nutrition and timesaving hints. Advertising.
Curries and Bugles: A Memoir & Cookbook of the British Raj (Oct., $24.95) by Jennifer Brennan compiles recipes and anecdotes. Advertising.
UNIV. PRESS OF ILLINOIS
The Delights of Delicate Eating (Sept., $15) by Elizabeth Robins Pennell. Originally published in 1896, this book is by the Martha Stewart of her day.
More Soy Cooking: Healthful Renditions of Classic Traditional Meals (Nov., $16.95) by Marie Oser follows up on the bestselling Soy of Cooking.
The Wine Bible (Feb., $17.95) by Karen MacNeil. A wine teacher and consultant offers a comprehensive guide. 40,000 first printing. 20-city author tour.
Fiction/First & Collections
Soon to Be a Major Motion Picture: A Novel (Nov., $12.95) by Warren Dunford offers up an off-kilter novel of friendship, artistic ambition and organized crime. Advertising.
Macdougal Alley: A Novel (Feb., $11.95) by Tatheena Roberts recalls self-discovery and first love in pre-WWII Greenwich Village.
Out of the Girls' Room and into the Night: Stories (Nov., $12) by Thisbe Nissen.
ARTE PÃŠBLICO PRESS
Hard Language (Sept., $12.95) by Mike Padilla is an award-winning collection from a young Californian writer.
Ladies with Options (Feb., $TBA) by Cynthia Hartwick combines taking risks, friendship and life in the Midwest over the past 15 years.
Whose Song? And Other Stories (Oct., $12.95) by Thomas Glave. Nine stories are connected by the common thread of African-American, Caribbean and gay experience. Advertising. Author tour.
DEMME PUBLISHING GROUP
Tainted Waters (Sept., $12) by Bre Summers. Dark secrets that a group of friends vow never to reveal come back to haunt them 20 years later. Ad/promo.
And Give You Peace (Jan., $14) by Jessica Treadway. A surviving sister struggles to understand a family tragedy. Ad/promo.
Several Deceptions: Four Novellas (Sept., $13) by Jane Stevenson deals with the infinite human capacity for both deception and self-deception.
Reprint: The Hallelujah Side: A Novel (Nov., $13) by Rhoda Huffey.
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Look at Me (Oct., $14.95) by Lauren Porosoff Mitchell. A young woman scientist is caught between promiscuity and the fear of falling in love.
NAVAL INSTITUTE PRESS
Reprint: Fields of Fire (Sept., $17.95) by James Webb.
Dixie Road, Vol. 1 (Dec., $10.95) by Dufaux and Labiano. In the first of a new series of graphic novels, a woman and her teenage daughter try to get by in the Depression South.
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Shadowing Hannah (Sept., $15.95) by Sara Berkeley. The Irish-American p t's first novel tackles the incest taboo.
Scar Culture (Sept., $14) by Toni Davidson. In this black comedy, a therapist named Sad uses dangerous experimental techniques to bring Click and Fright out of a stupor brought on by childhood abuse.
E: A Novel (Oct., $13) by Matt Beaumont follows the outrageous antics of a group of London ad agency employees desperate to land the big account.
Stay (Oct., $13) by Mary Sullivan. A young girl is stunned into silence by the death of her twin.
General Fiction & Short Stories
Reprint: The Children's Shakespeare (Sept., $12.95) by E. Nesbit.
Circa 2000: Gay Fiction at the Millennium (Sept., $14.95), edited by Robert Drake and Terry Wolverton, collects short fiction by known and up-and-coming writers. Advertising. Contributor appearances.
Unexpected Child: A Novel (Dec., $11.95) by Patricia Grossman explores the relationship between a 37-year-old New York City woman and a four-year-old orphan. Advertising.
The Map of Love (Sept., $17) by Ahdaf Soueif. At either end of the 20th century, two women fall in love with men outside their familiar worlds.
Prize Stories 2000: The O. Henry Awards (Sept., $13), edited by Larry Dark.
Reprints: Ali and Nino: A Love Story (Oct., $13) by Kurban Said; Peel My Love Like an Onion (Oct., $12) by Ana Castillo.
Reprint: The Kommandant's Mistress (Sept., $13.95) by Sherri Szeman.
ARTE PÃŠBLICO PRESS
Playing with Light (Sept., $12.95) by Beatriz Rivera. Strange and comic things occur when a group of Miami Cuban women form a book group.
Catching Alice (Nov., $14) by Clare Naylor. After losing her job, boyfriend and apartment, Alice's best friend sweeps her off to Hollywood, where she finds success--and love.
Reprints: The Ladies Auxiliary (Sept., $14) by Tova Mirvis; Big Stone Gap (Feb., $TBA) by Adriana Trigiani.
Reprints: Cookie Cutter (Oct., $14) by Sterling Anthony; Do Unto Others (Dec., $14) by Kristin Lattany.
In Beautiful Disguises (Jan., $13.95) by Rajeev Balasubramanyam. A 16-year-old girl living in a small South Indian town runs away to escape an arranged marriage.
BROADMAN & HOLMAN
Velma Still Cooks in Leeway (Sept., $12.99) by Vinita Hampton Wright. A story of forgiveness in the face of tragedy plays out in a Kansas restaurant.
Mind & Body (Sept., $14.95), edited by Cecilia Tan. This anthology explores erotica of the brain.
COFFEE HOUSE PRESS
Write Letter to Billy (Sept., $15.95) by Toby Olson. A retired navy underwater-repair specialist investigates a mysterious list his father wrote just before his death.
The Hand of Buddha (Sept., $13.95) by Linda Watanabe McFerrin chronicles the lives of women who find themselves in situations that spin out of control or silently disintegrate.
A Place on Earth (Jan., $14) by Wendell Berry is an extensively revised edition of the 1967 novel about Port William, Ky.
A Walk Through Fire (Oct., $16.95) by William Cobb. A man and woman are separated by race but joined by a longing to recreate the past.
Reprints: The Magic Kingdom (Sept., $12.95) by Stanley Elkin; Macho Comacho's Beat (Dec., $11.95) by Luis Rafael SÃ¡nchez, trans. by Gregory Rabassa.
Inconceivable (Dec., $12.95) by Ben Elton. A man writes a screenplay based on his and his wife's efforts to conceive a child; the basis for the film comedy Maybe Baby.Advertising.
Reprint: Dating Big Bird (Feb., $TBA) by Laura Zigman.
The Coffin Master and Other Stories (Sept., $17.95) by John F. Deane is a new collection by the Irish p t and novelist.
Reprints: A Witness to Life (Sept., $12.95) by Terence M. Green; Never Leave Me (Jan., $TBA) by Harold Robbins.
FOUR WALLS EIGHT WINDOWS
Atom: A Novel (Sept., $14.95) by Steve Aylett. A private eye and his voracious fish sidekick are on the track of criminals chasing down Franz Kafka's missing brain.
Reprint: Shadow-Box (Sept., $13) by Antonia Logue.
Best New American Voices 2000 (Nov., $14), edited by Tobias Wolff, collects 20 stories by rising literary stars.
Reprint: Emperor's New Clothes: An All-Star Illustrated Retelling of the Classic Fairy Tale (Oct., $19.95).
Tales of H.P. Lovecraft (Sept., $14), edited by Joyce Carol Oates, who explains Lovecraft's talent for fusing the supernatural and the mundane with frightening results.
Tokyo Suckerpunch (Nov., $13) by Isaac Adamson. An American reporter is tracking the killer of Japan's worst movie director as well as searching for an elusive geisha. 30,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
Reprints: Daugher of Fortune (Sept., $14) by Isabel Allende; Miss Julia Speaks Her Mind (Sept., $13) by Ann B. Ross.
Love, The Magician (Sept.; $14.95, cloth $29.95) by Brian Bouldrey tells the emotional tale of the effect that a man's late partner had on him and others.
The Bold Saboteurs (Jan., $15) by Chandler Brossard is a picturesque coming-of-age novel, first published in 1953.
Reprint: "G" Is for Grafton: The World of Kinsey Millhone (Sept., $15) by Natalie Hevener Kaufman and Carol McGinnis Kay.
Clear Light of Day: A Novel (Sept., $12) by Anita Desai tracks the ebb and flow of sisterly love, set in Old Delhi.
Reprints: Mr. Wr 's Virgins (Oct., $13) by Jane Rogers; The Walking Tour (Nov., $13) by Kathryn Davis.
Fascinated (Oct., $14) is an anthology of erotic romance by Bertrice Small, Susan Johnson, Thea Devine and Robin Schone.
Intrigued (Feb., $14) by Bertrice Small. A widowed Lady becomes the mistress of Charles II and Louis XIV before finding true love with the duke of Garwood.
Lookin' for Luv (Sept., $14) by Carl Weber. When four male friends dial 1-900-BLACK-LUV they learn that one must be prepared for anything. Advertising. Author tour.
Reprint: Casting the First Stone (Jan., $13) by Kimberla Lawson Roby.
LITTLE, BROWN/BACK BAY
Reprints: Walkin' the Dog (Oct., $TBA) by Walter Mosley; Fortune's Rocks: A Novel (Jan., $TBA) by Anita Shreve.
MACMURRAY & BECK
Worship of the Common Heart: New & Selected Stories (Sept., $14.50) by Patricia Henley collects tales by the author of Hummingbird House.
MANIC D PRESS
Escape from Houdini Mountain (Sept., $13.95) by Pleasant Gehman chronicles a young tart's quest for sex, drugs and bohemian excess in 27 short stories. Advertising. Author tour.
Reprints: Night Heat (Jan., $12.95) by Heather Graham Pozzessere; Ready for Love (Feb., $9.99) by Debbie Macomber.
Quartet in Autumn (Sept., $11.95) by Barbara Pym lights on the subtle triumph of human dignity in the midst of hopelessness.
The Storytellers Collection: Tales of Far Off Places (Sept., $16.99), compiled by Melody Carlson, gathers stories of love, mystery and humor by noted novelists.
Glass Jars and Earthen Vessels (Feb., $11.99) by Sharon Ewell Foster tells how God can restore virtue and purity.
NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
Got to Be Real (Jan., $14) by E. Lynn Harris, Eric Jerome Dickey, Colin Channer and Marcus Major encompasses the male perspective on finding and keeping love.
All Souls (Nov., $13.95) by Javier MarÃas, trans. by Margaret Jull Costa. A visiting Spanish lecturer bends his cynical gaze over Oxford University.
NEW WORLD LIBRARY/HJ KRAMER
Reprint: Way of the Peaceful Warrior: Twentieth Anniversary Edition (Sept., $12.95) by Dan Millman. 50,000 first printing.
Reprints: Blue at the Mizzen (Sept., $13.95) by Patrick O'Brian; Losing Nelson (Oct., $14) by Barry Unsworth.
Gringos (Oct., $14.95) by Charles Portis is a comic tale about an American expatriate in Mexico who just wants to be left alone. Advertising.
Reprints: A Star Called Henry (Sept., $14) by Roddy Doyle; Girl in Hyacinth Blue (Oct., $11) by Susan Vreeland; Disgrace (Nov., $13) by J.M. C tzee; Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (Feb., $13) by Helen Fielding.
30-Nothing (Jan., $14) by Lisa Jewell. From the author of Ralph's Party comes a novel about ex-boyfriends and ex-girlfriends.
Reprints: Girl with a Pearl Earring (Jan., $12) by Tracy Chevalier; City of God (Feb., $13) by E.L. Doctorow.
The Wise Woman (Sept.) and Paneb the Ardent (Jan., $16 each) by Christian Jacq continue the Stone of Light series set in ancient Egypt.
Reprint: Spanking Watson: A Novel (Sept., $12.95) by Kinky Friedman.
Reprint: The Last Debate (Sept., $24) by Jim Lehrer.
REALLY GREAT BOOKS
Popcorn: Hollywood Stories (Sept., $14.95) by Julia Cameron digs up the secret worlds of stars, psychics and ghosts. Author tour.
Speaking with the Angel (Feb., $12), edited by Nick Hornby, collects first-person narratives by such writers as Roddy Doyle, Helen Fielding and Melissa Bank.
Reprint: A Gesture Life (Sept., $13) by Chang-rae Lee.
Sellevision (Sept., $11.95) by Augusten Burroughs ruthlessly sends up home shopping networks.
Gimme the Money (Sept., $15) by Iva Pekarkova sees New York City through the eyes of a female Czech immigrant taxi driver.
The Garden of Secrets (Sept., $24) by Juan Goytisolo. Twenty-eight storytellers meet in a Marrakesh garden to take turns telling the story of a missing p t.
Reprint: Siddhartha (Sept., $5.95) by Hermann Hesse, new trans. by Sherab Chodzin Kohn.
Reprints: Gap Creek: The Story of a Marriage (Oct., $12) by Robert Morgan; TheMaintenance Man: A Novel (Oct., $12) by Michael Baisden; The Vision of Emma Blau: A Novel (Jan., $14) by Ursula Hegi; In the Gloaming: Stories (Jan., $13) by Alice Elliot Dark.
Best American Erotica 2001 (Feb., $13), edited by Susie Bright, takes many from the Internet.
THREE RIVERS PRESS
Full Frontal Fiction: The Best of Nerve.com(Oct., $14), edited by Jack Murnighan and Genevieve Field, collects original erotica from the online magazine.
TOTAL SPORTS PUBLISHING
Reprint: North Dallas Forty (Sept., $14.95) by Peter Gent.
TOWN BOOK PRESS
Sincerely Yours (Oct., $12) by Gertrude Wood. A corporate vice-president puts human goodwill to the test with a Christmas letter to 10 old friends. Author appearances.
UNIV. OF GEORGIA PRESS
Reprint: Confederates: A Novel (Sept., $18.95) by Thomas Keneally.
UNIV. OF IOWA PRESS
Troublemakers (Oct., $15.95) by John McNally. Short stories about men in trouble swing from the hilarious to the frightening.
UNIV. OF NEVADA PRESS
Ostrich (Sept., $17) by Michael A. Thomas tells a comic tale about a Nevada Basque family in the changing American West.
Straight White Male (Sept., $17) by Gerald W. Haslam is about middle age and the complexities of family life.
Reprint: Standing at the Scratch Line (Jan., $14.95) by Guy Johnson.
Norwegian Wood (Sept., $13) by Haruki Murakami, trans. by Jay Rubin, tells of a young Tokyo man's first, hopeless and heroic love.
Reprints: Plainsong (Sept., $13) by Kent Haruf; All the Pretty Horses (Sept., $13) by Cormac McCarthy; Waiting: A Novel (Oct., $13) by Ha Jin; Motherless Brooklyn (Nov., $13) by Jonathan Lethem.
Reprints: The Notebook and Message in a Bottle (Sept., $12 each) by Nicholas Sparks.
Welcome rain publishers
Reprint: The Red Hat (Nov., $14) by John Bayley.
YALE UNIV. PRESS
Ferdydurke (Sept., $14.95) by Witold Gombrowicz, trans. by Danuta Borchardt. An adult writer is tossed into the chaotic world of schoolboys by a diabolic professor who wants to reduce him to childishness.
Fiction/Mystery & Suspense
Strawberry Tattoo: A Sam Jones Novel (Sept., $12.95) by Lauren Henderson. The London sculptor-sleuth is exhibiting her work in a New York City gallery when one of their employees is found murdered. Advertising. Author tour.
The Kidnapping of Rosie Dawn: A J Barley Mystery (Oct., $12.95) by Eric Wright. The Toronto academic sleuth g s on an odyssey to rescue a table-dancing classics student.
FOUR WALLS EIGHT WINDOWS
The Hollywood Murders (Oct., $17) by Ellery Queen. The crime-solving genius discovers that the nature of evil is identical on the West Coast.
Reprint: The Fencing Master (Sept., $13) by Arturo Perez-Reverte.
A Good Story and Other Stories (Nov., $14.95) by Donald E. Westlake gathers the author's choices from over his 40-year career.
Murder at Witches' Bluff (Oct., $14.95) by Silver RavenWolf. Local legends turn hauntingly true; written by a witch. $50,000 ad/promo. Author tour.
Max Friedman: No Pasaran (Oct., $13.95) by Vittorio Giardino. The latest in the graphic novel series of spy thrillers takes place during the Spanish Civil War.
NEW VICTORIA PUBLISHERS
Nine Nights on the Windy Tree (Oct., $10.95) by Martha Miller. A struggling black female lawyer's life takes an odd twist when a woman seeks counsel for a murder not yet committed.
The Last Detective (Sept., $13) by Peter Lovesey. Superintendent Peter Diamond investigates the death of a woman found floating in a reservoir.
Murder in the Marais (Oct., $13) by Cara Black. The murder of a Jewish woman leads a female Paris detective to neo-Nazis and old war criminals.
Exit Wounds (Nov., $12) by John Westermann. A burnt-out cop sent to a Long Island precinct finds corruption everywhere.
Deadly Embrace (Oct., $12) by Trudy Labovitz. The second Z Kergulin feminist mystery is set in the mountains of West Virginia. Advertising.
Midnight Sun and Other Tales of the Paranormal (Oct., $13.95) by Earl Murray centers on a couple's encounters with disembodied spirits trapped in an old Nevada hotel.