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Life and Memoirs of Doctor PiLife and Memoirs of Doctor Pi
and Other Stories
Edgar Bayley; translated by Emily Toder
The first English translation of a major Argentine literary figure

Doctor Pi—a sleuth without a crime. A flâneur on official business. Organizer of unknowable expeditions, lover of brunettes. Doctor Pi, with his frock...
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Look Back!Look Back!
Trish Cooke; illustrated by Caroline Binch
New in paperback


Who was the mysterious Ti Bolom? Could he be real or was he just one of Grandma’s inventions from her Caribbean childho...
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Mexican ModernMexican Modern
New Food from Mexico
Fiona Dunlop; photography by Jean-Blaise Hall

An enthralling gastronomic journey that captures the incredible vitality and color of this country and the remarkable food of Mexico today

Mexico is experiencing a gastronomic revolution. A return to pre-Hispanic cooking techn...
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Mexico CityMexico City
A Cultural and Literary Companion
Nick Caistor
Mexico City is a place of superlatives. The oldest city in the Americas, it is now the world's largest urban area. Formerly the center of the Aztec and Spanish empires, this vast modern metropolis is home to over fifteen million people, mirroring...
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Modern Caribbean CuisineModern Caribbean Cuisine
Wendy Rahamut; photography by Michael Bonaparte
ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Award -Bronze 2007, Cooking

Modern Caribbean Cuisine demonstrates the new directions into which Caribbean cooking is now moving. While influences...
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Mustique HousesMustique Houses
Mike Toy
The small Caribbean island of Mustique has long been known as a playground of the rich and famous. With its clear blue waters, pristine white beaches and fringing coral reefs, this rugged and beautiful island has attracted celebrities, superstars and...

One World Kids CookbookOne World Kids Cookbook
Easy, Healthy, and Affordable Family Meals
Sean Mendez; foreword by Ferran AdriÓ
"Books like this allow food to have an important social value."
-Ferran Adria, named World's Greatest Chef five times by Restaurant Magazine

This healthy eating cookbook is aimed at encouraging...
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One World Vegetarian CookbookOne World Vegetarian Cookbook
Troth Wells
An information-packed gastronomic tour of the world and the ultimate resource for global vegetarian recipes

One World Vegetarian Cookbook starts in your backyard-buying produce at your local farmers' market or perhaps...
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Peru (Travellers\' Wildlife Guide)Peru (Travellers' Wildlife Guide)
(2nd ed.)
David L. Pearson and Les Beletsky

From the world-famous Machu Picchu Incan ruins high in the Andes Mountains, to Lake Titicaca in southern Peru, to the Iquitos area of Amazonian northeastern Peru, travellers want to experience tropical forests and other stunning habitats and catch...
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Pocket Timeline of Ancient MexicoPocket Timeline of Ancient Mexico
Penny Bateman
A handy pocket-sized reference to the Aztec culture of ancient Mexico and the civilizations that preceded it
At the back of the book is a 12-page foldout timeline which can be detached and displayed on a wall or notice board...
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Renegades !Renegades !
The History of the Renegades Steel Orchestra of Trinidad & Tobago
Kim Johnson; Edited by Helene Bellour and Milla Riggion; Photos by Jeffrey Chock
The steel pan is the great success story of acoustic musical instruments in the twentieth century. It begins just before World War II, when Carnival processions in Trinidad began knocking rhythms on bits of metal, dustbins, pots and pans. Within a de...
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Secret Holy War of Santiago de Chile, TheSecret Holy War of Santiago de Chile, The
Marco Antonio de la Parra; translated by Charles Thomas
Tito Livio Trivino is a disillusioned and cynical advertising agent in Santiago who suddenly finds himself swept up in a whirlwind of strange and terrifying events. He discovers that his father was a double agent for both God and the Devil; that he i...
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Small Planet, Small PlatesSmall Planet, Small Plates
Earth-Friendly Vegetarian Recipes
Troth Wells

New paperback edition available now!

A global selection of delicious low-impact dishes to further vegetarian cooking, whether it’s one day a week or forever

Moving toward a more vegetable...
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Southern Mexico (Travellers' Wildlife Guide)Southern Mexico (Travellers' Wildlife Guide)
The Cancun Region, Yucatan Peninsula, Oaxaca, Chiapas, and Tabasco
Les Beletsky
Most nature travellers to Southern Mexico—Cancun and the Yucatan Peninsula, Oaxaca, Chiapas, Tabasco—want to experience tropical forests and other stunning habitats and catch glimpses of exotic wildlife: toucans and parrots, hummingbirds...
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Spices of Life, TheSpices of Life, The
Piquant Recipes from Africa, Asia & Latin America
Troth Wells
Love potions, cures for toothache or flatulence, tasty flavoring - spices have been a pungent presence down the ages. Long before Peter Piper picked his peck of pickled pepper, the Queen of Sheba sent spices to King Solomon and Emperor Nero burned Ro...
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Saving Endangered Migratory Species
Stanley Johnson and Robert Vagg
Produced in conjunction with a UN agency, this book is both an informative warning against the threat facing many species and a stunning celebration of their beauty

Our ruthless exploitation of the natural world has already driven...
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Textiles from the AndesTextiles from the Andes
Penelope Dransart and Helen Wolfe
Intricate patterns and vibrant colors in textiles of the Andes from Colombia to Chile

In the world of the ancient Andes, textiles were often the most valuable commodity people possessed—far beyond gold and silver—and they were...
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The Barbadian Rum ShopThe Barbadian Rum Shop
The Other Watering Hole
Peter Laurie
The Barbadian Rum Shop has a dual purpose: to document these special watering holes in photographs and to provide a historical and cultural background to a unique Barbadian institution. It should also encourage Barbadians and visitors alike...
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Trinidad and TobagoTrinidad and Tobago
A Portrait
Jeremy Taylor; photography by Alex Smailes
This captivating photographic narrative is structured along four major themes of the islands' existence: the colorful and heady annual celebration of the carnival; the people and their forging of new identities with which to meet present and futu...
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Trust the DarknessTrust the Darkness
My Life as a Writer
Anthony C. Winkler
“How could I change an outcome that was set in concrete?... This meant plunging into the darkness...”

Jamaican writer Anthony C. Winkler has been called "the unrivalled master of comic writing in the West Indies." Man...
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