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Running Wild: Inspirational Trails from Around the World

A perfect fit for public libraries with large travel sections or lots of interest in adventure travel.

The Japanese Myths: A Guide to Gods, Heroes and Spirits

Students, travelers, and all readers interested in the history of Japan, Japanese ideology, and the nation’s current cultural products, will find this authoritative work absorbing.

How to French Country: Color and Design Inspiration from Southwest France

This charming, approachable guide to French country living and design will appeal to Francophiles and design enthusiasts at various levels.

The New Naturalists: Inside the Homes of Creative Collectors

An optional purchase for libraries with collections of art books.

Theatres of Melancholy: The Neo-Romantics in Paris and Beyond

Recommended for readers interested in the cultural climate of the 20th century and artists outside the mainstream.

The Greek Myths That Shape the Way We Think

A stunning survey and a convincing argument for myths’ continuing ability to speak to us, this masterly and insightful work should inspire students and general readers alike.

Artisan Design: Collectible Furniture in the Digital Age

A comprehensive overview, unlikely to be supplanted anytime soon.

Through the Prism: Untold Rock Stories from the Hipgnosis Archive

Anyone who has wondered about the background of these iconic covers, and what it’s like working with these musicians, will find much to savor here. Powell reminds readers how closely these images are entwined with the music. Highly recommended for fans of classic rock.

On the Roof: New York in Quarantine

A unique view of a city coping with the reality of COVID-19.

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