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Award-winning home winemaker Tim Patterson provides tips on how to make every style of wine - red, white, dry, sweet, and bubbly.
Written in the form of letters to the authors’ four sons, the book explores fifteen basic American virtues that built our country and that foster individual success. Each chapter includes profiles of exceptional “real people”—the authors’ wealth management clients, friends, and neighbors—who truly walk the talk
Wiley is proud to publish the landmark reference on the science and technology of flight, in print and online formats.
Traditional health practices popular among older people who choose not to have flu vaccine
Windows Phone 7, the new mobile operating system developed by Microsoft, is the successor to their Windows Mobile platform. Microsoft is calling it a complete “reboot” for their mobile strategy and claims that features will only be added when they reach a high enough quality implementation. To support the release of Windows Phone 7, Wiley is offering seven new titles covering the topic for every level of user.
Sir Robin Knox-Johnson is one of the worlds greatest living sailors. In his new book, he shares a collection of distilled wisdom, acute observations and fascinating anecdotes.
A funny, reflective, and lighthearted collection of stories from one of hockey's most recognized and personable media personalities. Some chapters are about the NHL, some are about being a hockey parent, some are about hockey as it relates to life. Many are snapshots of a moment in time-Sidney Crosby's first Stanley Cup final, Canada's gold medal win at the Olympics in 2002, September 11th, a son's first game as goalie.
Discover 100 of the greatest surfs from the world. From classic waves around the Pacific to the unusual surfs in the Antartic or Nova Scotia, expect to read about some waves you've ridden and some you never knew existed.
A forthcoming issue of the Journal of Marriage and Family states that children today are less likely to be born into a “traditional” family structure, defined as two biological married parents. Growing numbers of children in the United States experience multiple family living arrangements during childhood. How these transitions affect the individual child’s well-being needs to be fully addressed by researchers and policymakers alike. This article fully reviews the existing research from the past ten years on these topics in an effort to guide and inform current policy debates about the role of marriage in reducing poverty and improving child outcomes.
How Did I Get Here?, Skateboarding legend Tony Hawk's new book coming in October 2010!
The details behind every one of the concepts at the heart of Hawking's explanation - string theory, particle physics, relativity, extra dimension, parallel universes, the big bang, and so on - are covered in this easy-to-read guide.
The new Premier League season has begun and in Madrid the World Cup celebrations are barely over, yet according to research in WIREs Cognitive Science the world’s best players may soon be facing a new challenge from football playing robots.
A new article in Family Relations suggests wives who are not working may seek work as a substitute for husband's labor if he becomes unemployed, and finds that during a time of economic downturn wives are more likely to enter the labor force when their husbands stop working.
New edition enables you to create your own stylish, unique wardrobe and even decorate your house for next to nothing.
The legitimacy of online education took a hit in August 2010 as the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GOA) reported the outcome of a two month undercover investigation into the recruiting practices of 15 for-profit online institutions.
By making the performance appraisal process easier for the employer, this book will help employees better understand their jobs and their key roles in the company.
Drs. Leif Smith and Todd Kays offer practical training techniques and helpful strategies for anyone looking for that winning edge. From athletes and coaches to parents and even businesspeople, this friendly guide will help you take your performance to the next level.
“Not so much a subject matter, philosophy is a way of thinking. Thinking not just about the Big Questions, but about little ones too. This series invites everyone to ponder things they care about, big or small, significant, serious … or just curious.”—Philosophy for Everyone