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  • Koko's Story
    This companion book to Koko's Kitten covers all aspects of the life of the gorilla that uses sign language.
    09/01/1988
  • The Complete Stories
    The Complete Stories — more than 80 short stories, covering her entire writing life chronologically — seems to both restitute the form's most essential characteristics and open it up to boundless possibilities.
    06/22/2015
  • The Story of Corn
    And because the author covers so much material, it's best to approach The Story of Corn bit by bit to avoid being overwhelmed.
    08/03/1992
  • “Live from Cape Canaveral”: Covering the Space Race, from Sputnik to Today
    As a cub radio announcer in Georgia in the late 1950s, Barbree (coauthor of Moon Shot ) realized the next big story was taking place on the rocket launch pad in Florida.
    07/23/2007
  • Cover Up: A 1960s British Mystery (First World Publication)
    How these two seemingly disparate story lines entwine makes for compulsive reading.
    04/03/2017
  • Complete Collected Stories
    The 82 stories here cover the length and depth of the celebrated British author's career.
    11/30/1992
  • SHATTERED: Stories of Children and War
    According to PW , these 12 stories by as many writers are "thought-provoking" as they cover a wide range of settings and conflicts, from the Civil War to WWII to an Afghani girl's story of the Soviet destruction of her village in "Faizabad Harvest, 1980."
    01/05/2004
  • Fat Man in a Middle Seat: Forty Years of Covering Politics
    Rumpled, cantankerous and blessed with a sense of humor as dry as the best martini, Germond tells great political stories and tells them expertly.
    11/01/1999
  • Fallout: The Hiroshima Cover-Up and the Reporter Who Revealed It to the World
    Blume balances her narrative between Hersey’s journalistic process and Shawn’s editorial decision-making, which culminated in convincing New Yorker founder Harold Ross to devote the entire Aug. 29, 1946, issue to the story.
    06/22/2020
  • A Mother's Story
    Some of these traumas were covered in her 1985 autobiography, Once Upon a Time, and the self-conscious narrative is padded with diary excerpts from 1971.
    04/01/1996
  • The Hole Story
    The cover design adds to the merriment, as die-cut holes form a cat's features--and expose the button-strewn endpapers beneath.
    04/03/1995
  • The Story of Elderhostel
    The author offers portraits of the Elderhostel experience--an Arizona program covers subjects from lexicography to the social history of mining towns--and details the history of the program, starting with its founding in 1975 by two iconoclastic educators.
    01/04/1993
  • Select-A-Story: Spin a Sport
    Two additions to the Select a Story series, Spin a Sport by Hank Herman, illus. by Mark Chickinelli, and Twist of Time by Michele Spirn, illus. by Jeffrey Pelo, contain six independent stories from which to select by turning a dial on the front cover.
    03/01/2001
  • The Story of Shabbat
    Instructions for making challah and a challah cover conclude the volume.
    04/03/2000
  • Animal Stories
    Perhaps the pick of the litter is "Fat Lawrence," about an enormous black cat whose regular rounds of four adoring families add greatly to his girth, and whose efforts to slim down backfire when the feline of his dreams states a preference for "really well-covered types."
    08/31/1998

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