|Mary Ward Books|
Second hand, out of print, and used books in many different genres. Photos, condition, type of binding, year published, name of publisher, number of pages and a description is provided for each book.
America's national parks and scenic wonders, early westward exploration and Native American culture.
|Empty Mirror Books|
New, used and hard-to-find books about modern and small-press poetry, the Beat generation, Buddhism, counterculture, drugs, music and the work of Michael McClure. Essays and anthologies are available as well.
Educational and value-oriented children's books titles for pre-school through 1st grade; art/photography, fiction and nonfiction aimed at expanding the reader's understanding of the world.
Social sciences and humanities scholarly and professional books, journals and articles. Areas of interest include health policy, community health, gerontology, death/bereavement, computers in education, technical communication, arts and education.
|Cheng & Tsui|
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Southeast Asian language learning materials (textbooks, reference books, bilingual, children books ) as well as books about Asian art, history, literature, culture, and Chinese traditional medicine.
Alaska, Pacific Northwest and California local interest books including children's picture books, BestPlaces, travel guides, cooking, gardening, regional history, photography and nature titles.
|Jewish Publication Society--JPS|
Jewish biographies, histories, art books, religious/philosophical studies, books for young readers, translations of scholarly and popular classics, mysticism, anthologies, Talmud and more.
|Onne van der Wal|
A vast variety of limited edition prints by nautical photographer, Onne van der Wal, as well as panoramas, posters and calendar. Also with signed copies of the book, Wind and Water, with shots of intense worldwide yacht racing and sailboat cruising.
|National Media Museum|
Free museum in Bradford devoted to film, photography, television, radio and the web. A collection of books are available as well as a newsletter subscription, and Imax and cinema tickets.
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