- Cover Reveal: New Fairy Tale-Forward Series from Melissa de la Cruz
It’s always hard to let go of a cover you’ve fallen for, but we couldn’t be happier with this final version, so bold and iconic—a truly ‘fairytale’ ending to our cover journey.”
- The Stories We Hear, the Stories We Tell | ShelfTalker
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- The Way People Run: Stories
Indeed, the closing story, "Things Left Undone," covers as much terrain--a marriage, a child's birth, that child's death, the breaking and the mending of the marriage--as many far less moving novels.
- Light Action in the Caribbean: Stories
The book's lovely cover, depicting green- and orange-tinted wings cascading along a pale yellow-green background, will draw browsers' attention.
- HEAT OF FUSION: And Other Stories
These 23 stories and poems reaffirm Ford's position as one of SF's most versatile craftsmen.
- The Story of Chess Records
Perhaps not every great institution leaves a great story to be told.
- BLOOD AND GOLD: Or, The Story of Marius
The best segment covers Marius's stay in Venice and Florence, as well as his "making" of Amadeo (later the Vampire Armand) and his unrequited school-boy infatuation with the artist Sandro Botticelli.
- Man and Woman: An Inside Story
Despite this expertise, Pfaff struggles to make his point because he covers too many topics without devoting enough space to any of them.
- American Idol: The Untold Story
A former Los Angeles Times columnist, Rushfield spent three years covering the show, and his many interviews with the show's cast and crew provide a genuine "insider" flavor.
- Character: The Story of a Cultural Obsession
Garber covers the idea of a national character, explores Boy Scout founder Robert Baden-Powell’s belief in character as a trait that can be developed with “factory” efficiency, and examines how “character” factors became a cover for anti-Semitism in early 20th-century Ivy League admissions.
- WWII: The People's Story
On three successive (early) pages one finds wounded civilians in Warsaw; Winston Churchill on the day he became Prime Minister and in a classic bulldog pose; and a British magazine cover of French soldiers in physical training.
- The Other Mother: A True Story
A Literary Guild alternate in cloth, this wrenching account of a biological mother's reunion with the son whom her repressive family made her give up for adoption covers a wide range of adoption issues while testifying to the bonding power of motherhood.
- Little Owl and the Star: A Christmas Story
A gold-foil star adorns the cover (and final spread) of Mary Murphy's unjacketed picture book Little Owl and the Star: A Christmas Story.
- Growing Stories on a Farm
That's my crop—I grow stories.
- PERSEPOLIS 2: The Story of a Return
Poignant and unflinching, this is a universally insightful coming-of-age story.