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Adult Announcements (Aug. 11)


Going Home to a Landscape: Writing by Filipinas (Nov., $32.95, paper $17.95), edited by Marianne Villanueva and Virginia R. Cerenio. Filipina authors explore memory and loss while far from home.


The Unplanned Career: How to Turn Curiosity into Opportunity, A Guide and Workbook (Jan., $19.95) by Kathleen Mitchell guides readers in the pursuit of employment based on their interests. Business

The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Parenting (Nov., $14.95, paper) by Joshua Piven, David Borgenicht and Sarah Jordan advises on removing objects stuck in a child's nose, gum in hair, slumber parties and more. Childcare

A Passion for Desserts (Oct., $35) by Emily Luchetti offers easy-to-prepare seasonal sweets. Christmas Family Gatherings: Recipes and Ideas for Celebrating with People You Love (Dec., $22.95) by Donata Maggiipinto focuses on holiday activities, foods and crafts. Cookbooks

Morning Star: In Which Extraordinary Correspondence of Griffin & Sabine Is Illuminated (Sept., $19.95) by Nick Bantock completes a journey of the human heart. Fiction

Shell Games: A John Marquez Crime Novel (Sept., $23.95) by Kirk Russell. The former DEA agent is the next victim after his investigation uncovers two deaths and thousands of empty abalone shells. Fiction/Mystery

Shoveling Smoke: A Clay Parker Crime Novel (Oct., $23.95) by Austin Davis introduces off-kilter characters mixed up in ill-advised shenanigans in East Texas. Fiction/Mystery

Robota (Nov., $35), story and art by Doug Chiang, text by Orson Scott Card. This illustrated novel follows an amnesiac in a world in which a dwindling population is battling merciless robot warriors. Science Fiction

Doga: Yoga for Dogs (Nov., $14.95, paper) by Sharyn Rosart, Jennifer Brilliant and William Berloni adapts yoga positions for your pooch. Lifestyle

The Rolling Stones: According to the Rolling Stones (Oct., $40) by the Rolling Stones covers 40 years of gigs in words and images. Performing Arts

Lennon Legend: An Illustrated Life of John Lennon (Nov., $40) by James Henke features archival photographs, handwritten song lyrics, drawings, memorabilia and personal papers. Performing Arts

Picture Show: Classic Movie Posters from the TCM Archives (Nov., $19.95, paper) by Dianna Edwards is a tour of Hollywood movie history with more than 150 posters. Performing Arts


Sex and the Single Beer Can: Probing the Media and American Culture (Sept., $24.95, paper) by Walt Brasch. A journalism professor and syndicated columnist examines reporting practices on such topics as ethics, diversity, social injustice and mass entertainment.


Correction:The Beast of Chicago (hardcover Mystery) and Isaac the Pirate (trade paper Fiction) are graphic novels and were not identified as such.


Defending Science—Within Reason: Between Scientism and Cynicism (Sept., $28) by Susan Haack discusses the limitations of scientific evidence and method. Science

Science and Sensibility: The Elegant Logic of the Universe (Nov., $28) by Keith J. Laidler. Contributions from different scientific branches show a unified conception of humans in the universe. Science


JFK: Remembering Jack (Oct., $12.95) by Christophe Loviny and Vincent Touze weaves together photographs, quotations and anecdotes. Biography

Winged Migration (Dec., $50) by Jaques Perrin is a companion book to the Oscar-nominated film on migrating birds worldwide. Nature

Man and Horse: An Enduring Bond (Nov., $60) by Fulvio Cinquini. Photographs reveal 20 years of exploring equestrian cultures. Photography

Mapping the Sky: The Essential Guide to Astronomy (Sept., $24.95, paper) by Leila Haddad and Alain Cirou, illus. by Manchu, outlines the basics of star-gazing. Science


Correction: So Five Minutes Ago (Feb., $21.95) by Hilary De Vries is a first fiction hardcover, not a trade paper original.

Religion Announcements (July 14)


The New Revelations (Jan., $14 paper reprint) by Neale Donald Walsch.


365 Nirvana Here and Now (Oct., $19.95) by Josh Baran is a collection of quotations from thinkers ranging from Krishna to Tolle, Buddha to Proust.


Sleeping in Caves: A Sixties Himalayan Memoir (Sept., $16, paper) by Marilyn Stablein covers the writer/artist/performer's seven years in India and Nepal during the '60s.

Enlightenment Blues: My Years with an American Guru (Oct., $16.95, paper) by Andre van der Braak recalls the author's relationship and subsequent disenchantment with a prominent spiritual teacher.


The Lankavatara Sutra: An Epitomized Version (Nov., $18), trans. by D.T. Suzuki, compiled and edited by Dwight Goddard, is a new edition of the 1932 original of the key scriptures of Mahayana Buddhism.

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