New Titles (02/22/10)

New Titles

Arts of Hon’ami Koetsu, Japanese Renaissance Master.
FISCHER, Felice, et al.
Imogen Cunningham: A Portrait.
DATER, Judy.
Reluctant Dragon.
GRAHAME, Kenneth.
If You Made a Million.
SCHWARTZ, David M.
Clown Paintings.
KEATON, Diane (editor).
Over Time: The Jazz Photographs of Milt Hinton.
HINTON, Milt, et al.
On Wheels.
SCARRY, Huck.
Mildenhall Treasure.
DAHL, Roald.
Finland Living Design.
GAYNOR, Elizabeth.
Portrait Gallery.
CHAPIN, Harry.
Here Come the Bride Dolls.
FECHER, Louise.
Egg & Nest.
PURCELL, Rosamond, et al.
Finer Optic: The Aesthetic of Particularity in Victorian Poetry.
CHRIST, Carol T.
Timothy’s Hawk.
BRECHT, Edith.
Dissertations in American Literature, 1891-1966.
WOODRESS, James.
Mechanical Baby: A Popular History of the Theory and Practice of Child Raising.
BEEKMAN, Daniel.
Philosophy as a Science: Its Matter and its Method.
DUCASSE, C. J.
Arts and the American Home, 1890-1930.
FOY, Jessica H. and MARLING, Karal Ann (editors).
Printer’s Devil.
BAJORIA, Paul.
Passionate Eye: The Collected Writings of Suzanne Vega.
VEGA, Suzanne.
Germany and Republican China.
KIRBY, William C.
Family in Classical Greece.
LACEY, W. K.
People of the Book: Drama, Fellowship, and Religion.
HEILMAN, Samuel C.
Around the Day in Eighty Worlds.
CORTAZAR, Julio.
Basic Writings of Trotsky.
TROTSKY, Leon.
Nutrition in Catering: The Impact of Nutrition and Health Concepts on Catering Practice.
COTTRELL, Richard (editor).
British Satire and the Politics of Style, 1789-1832.
DYER, Gary.
Furs: Glamorous and Practical: Fur Buying Mystery Removed.
ASHBROOK, Frank G.
Bottom Land: Poems.
MATHIS, Cleopatra.
Brontes and Their Background: Romance and Reality.
WINNIFRITH, Tom.
Sorcery & Cecelia or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot.
WREDE, Patricia C. and STEVERMER, Caroline.
Dan Carter and the Money Box.
WIRT, Mildred A.
Selected Poems.
BRODSKY, Joseph.
Awdrey-Gore Legacy.
GOREY, Edward.
Japan on Stage: Japanese Concepts of Beauty as Shown in the Traditional Theatre.
KAWATAKE Toshio.
Cluck Cluck.
CASEY, Patricia.
Soldier of the Company: Life of an Indian Ensign, 1833-43.
HERVEY, Captain Albert.
Buried Moon.
WALSH, Amanda.
Witches’ Supermarket.
MEDDAUGH, Susan.
Indian Mirror: The Making of the Brazilian Soul.
GAMBINI, Roberto.
James Van Artevelde: The Man from Ghent.
CARSON, Patricia.
Horns in the High Country.
RUSSELL, Andy.
Horns in the High Country.
RUSSELL, Andy.
Sign of Four.
DOYLE, Sir Arthur Conan.
Anglo-French Relations, 1934-36.
ROSTOW, Nicholas.
Fire Is Their Enemy (Fire-Fighting Through the Ages).
ROETTER, Charles.
Virgin.
PATTERSON, James.
Musical Stages: An Autobiography.
RODGERS, Richard.
Great Grandfather’s House.
GODDEN, Rumer.
Timber Economy of Puritan New England.
CARROLL, Charles F.
Trotskys, Freuds and Woody Allens: Portrait of a Culture.
KALMAR, Ivan.
Plasma Kinetic Theory.
MONTGOMERY, D. C. and TIDMAN, D. A.
History and Bibliography of the Roycroft Printing Shop.
MCKENNA, Paul.
Letters of William Blake.
BLAKE, William.
Biological Risk Factors for Psychosocial Disorders.
RUTTER, Michael and CASAER, Paul (editors).
Big-Time Football at Harvard, 1905: The Diary of Coach Bill Reid.
REID, Bill.
Who’s Sick!
PARK, W. B.
Totally Useless History of the World.
CROFTON, Ian.
V. Sackville-West’s Garden Book.
SACKVILLE-WEST, V.
By the Shores of Silver Lake.
WILDER, Laura Ingalls.
Anno’s Sundial (pop-up).
ANNO, Mitsumasa.
Picture Framing for the First Time.
BARTHOLOMEW, Lee.
Declaration of Independence.
FINK, Sam (illustrator).
Next Door to Laura Linda.
UDRY, Janice May.
Galatea.
PULLMAN, Philip.
Harriet the Spy.
FITZHUGH, Louise.
Force So Much Closer Home: Henry Adams and the Adams Family.
HARBERT, Earl N.
Quasi-War: The Politics and Diplomacy of the Undeclared War with France, 1797-1801.
DECONDE, Alexander.
Wagner and Venice.
BARKER, John W.
Language and Responsibility.
CHOMSKY, Noam.
Bicycle Madness.
KURTZ, Jane.
On the Banks of Plum Creek.
WILDER, Laura Ingalls.
Little Princess.
(Tasha Tudor) BURNETT, Frances Hodgson.
Catcher in the Rye (ML 90).
SALINGER, J. D.
Catcher in the Rye (ML 90).
SALINGER, J. D.
Catcher in the Rye (ML 90).
SALINGER, J. D.
Catcher in the Rye (ML 90).
SALINGER, J. D.
Fairy Tales.
CUMMINGS, E. E.
Railway Rhymes (Thomas & Friends).
(Reverend W. Awdry) HOOKE, R. Schuyler.
Lullabies, Lyrics and Gallows Songs.
MORGENSTERN, Christian.
Drummer Hoff.
EMBERLEY, Barbara (adapted by).
Toys from the Tales of Beatrix Potter and How to Make them.
HUTCHINGS, Margaret.
Adventures of Obadiah.
TURKLE, Brinton.
Thy Friend, Obadiah.
TURKLE, Brinton.
Margaret & H. A. Rey’s Curious George at the Aquarium.
(Margaret & H. A. Rey) ANDERSON, R. P.
Giraffe and a Half.
SILVERSTEIN, Shel.
Little Engine That Could.
PIPER, Watty (retold by).
Long Winter.
WILDER, Laura Ingalls.
Paul Goble Gallery: Three Native American Stories (Her Seven Brothers, The Gift of the Sacred Dog, The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses).
GOBLE, Paul.
Wind in the Willows.
(Tasha Tudor) GRAHAME, Kenneth.
Here Be Dragons.
PENMAN, Sharon Kay.
New Item
Redeemed Captive.
WILLIAMS, John.
Haunted Tea-Cosy: A Dispirited and Distasteful Diversion for Christmas.
GOREY, Edward.
Some Swell Pup or Are You Sure You Want a Dog?
SENDAK, Maurice and MARGOLIS, Matthew.
Out of Actions: Between Performance and the Object, 1949-1979.
SCHIMMEL, Paul (organized by).
Architecture of Middle Tennessee: The Historic American Buildings Survey.
BRUMBAUGH, Thomas B., et al (editors).
Natural History of the Fishes of Massachusetts, Embracing a Practical Essay on Angling.
SMITH, Jerome V. C.
Yvette.
HARRIS, Leon.
Big Bad Bruce.
PEET, Bill.
American Indian Literature and the Southwest: Contexts and Dispositions.
ANDERSON, Eric Gary.
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