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A Literary Guide to Washington, DC: Walking in the Footsteps of American Writers from Francis Scott Key to Zora Neale Hurston

The perfect accompaniment for a literature-inspired vacation in the U.S. capital. The compact size, clearly labeled maps, and succinct, informative text make this a handy guide to slip into your suitcase.

Big Chicken: The Incredible Story of How Antibiotics Created Modern Agriculture and Changed the Way the World Eats

This book is accessible to nonscientists and will interest anyone curious about food production, as well as those eager to know more about the development of antibiotic resistance in animals and humans.

The Streets of Paris: A Guide to the City of Light Following in the Footsteps of Famous Parisians Throughout History

Perfect companion book for those planning a trip to Paris. Armchair travelers will delight in the histories and may find further inspiration in the bibliography.

F Is for France: A Curious Cabinet of French Wonders

This title will appeal to Francophiles as well as those wanting to learn more about France in a fun, informal manner.

The Road to Little Dribbling: Adventures of an American in Britain

Fans of Bryson will welcome his reconsideration of Britain and all its quirks. Armchair travelers will enjoy this jaunt through the country. [See Prepub Alert, 7/27/15.]

The Ghosts Who Travel with Me: A Literary Pilgrimage Through Brautigan's America

Green's memoir will appeal to a diverse readership, from Brautigan fans to travel enthusiasts to those interested in LGBTQ and feminist issues.

A Passion for Paris: Romanticism and Romance in the City of Light

This title will appeal to lovers of the City of Light who are interested in a more in-depth exploration of the metropolis. Those with an interest in the music, art, and literature of the Romantic Age will find the work engaging.

Starting with Max: How a Wise Stray Dog Gave Me Strength and Inspiration

This book is a must-read for pet lovers, especially dog lovers and fans of John Grogan's Marley and Me.

They Eat Horses, Don't They? The Truth About the French

Eatwell's myth busting has broad appeal and will draw in readers, from Francophiles to history and culture buffs alike.

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