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The Little Prince

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Translated by Richard Howard
2000. 86 pages.
Color illustrations.
8.75 x 7 inches. Paperback.

Price: $14.00


David Shields and Shane Salerno
2013. 720 pages.
9.25 x 6.25 inches. Hardcover.

Price: $37.50

A Christmas Carol: The Original 1843 Manuscript

Charles Dickens
Introduction by Declan Kiely
176 pages.
10.5 x 8.5 inches. Hardcover.

Price: $59.00


Fading Feast
Fading Feast
Raymond Sokolov
1998. 333 pages.
9 x 6 inches. Paperback.

Product Code: 1567920373


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On an unusual mission for the American Museum of Natural History in the early 1980s, Raymond Skolov crisscrossed America in search of traditional regional cuisines. He traveled from Eastport, Maine, to San Diego, California, from the Puget Sound to Key West, returning with a cornucopia of recipes that few at the time seemed eager to maintain, including Cajun boudin blanc, persimmon fudge, the makings of a traditional clambake, and, for the truly adventurous, roast bear paws.

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