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$19.95
ISBN-13: 9780810921337
Availability: Probably In Stock -- Call to confirm
Published: Harry N. Abrams, 4/2011
Eight-time Academy Award-winning costume designer, Head, teaches you how to build a wardrobe that will move you closer to your life goals, whatever they are. Her tone is sensible, funny and supportive. Though this little book was written in 1867, the advice still resonates.

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Angels in My Hair (Paperback)

$14.00
ISBN-13: 9780385528979
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Published: Harmony, 11/2011

A soul-stirring memoir by a humble rural Irish woman gifted with angel communication. She recounts the trials of growing up poor amidst civil unrest and being labeled “retarded”. The support of these powerful energies was her saving grace, and their love and peace radiate from the pages. You’ll feel and envision them for days.

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ISBN-13: 9780979938412
Availability: Out of Print
Published: Brown Bag Publishers, 6/2008

Your friendly TJ’s becomes a prep kitchen for these easy, tasty, adventurous recipes, each beautifully photographed. Incredibly convenient, yet still counts as home cooking! Have fun.

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$40.00
ISBN-13: 9780500513682
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Published: Thames & Hudson, 9/2007

Such gorgeous and varied destinations are within driving distance, if you’re lucky enough to be a Californian. This book reminds me of the beauty in my own backyard and will inspire you to venture all over.

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$14.99
ISBN-13: 9780060987350
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Published: William Morrow Paperbacks, 1/1999

A sage book by a great moral thinker on why we’re obligated to be basically happy. Prager addresses unrealistic expectations as a main source of unhappiness. An honest, empowering read.

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$24.95
ISBN-13: 9780375714832
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Published: Pantheon, 10/2007

Satrapi's edgy but sweet memoir recounts the author's coming-of-age during the Islamic Revolution. Both as a child and as a young adult, she challenges the Regime, especially after a few years in Austria leaver her frustrated, conflicted, and progressive. This look under the Veil will startle you while making you laugh.

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$15.00
ISBN-13: 9781416551775
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Published: Atria Books, 6/2009

A great book for the spirit, heart, and intellect. A young wildlife biologist adopts a barn owl. Over the next 19 years, this beautiful (see the pictures!), earnest creature teaches her a spiritual outlook on life. Linking funny and sweet anecdotes are O'Brien's musings on the eccentric lives of biologists plus great info on birds and wildlife. Very interesting!

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$15.99
ISBN-13: 9780060899226
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Published: Ecco, 1/2007

It's a memoir about a cool guy's life; it's an expose about a tough business; it's a love affair with food; it's a bunch of exciting travel stories; it's raunchy, sweet, shocking, and very smartly written! I was hooked from page 1 and read it in two sittings.

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$13.99
ISBN-13: 9780061766251
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Published: Harper Perennial, 3/2011

This book guides you through old-fashioned "self work" with the help of outside spiritual support so you can reclaim your happiness and freedom. Fun to read and written from the heart - great for developing your psychic muscles.

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