This beautiful book deftly
makes the case for botanical conservation.
There is something to learn about Lee and his vision from each of the films, and Aftab is a perceptive writer who has deftly
edited and crafted the director's comments to counter or to instigate remarks from a number of notables, including sharp reactions from several family members.
In a lush story about Romans and class, Helena Bonham Carter is a young English woman preparing to give her hand and heart to a lightweight and bloodless prig (played ever so deftly
by Daniel Day-Lewis) suffering from too much inbreeding.
Onyx and The Rose City deftly
explore lives--and sexuality--that push the envelope of safety
In the process, he has deftly
captured a portrait of our oceans in crisis.
A whirlwind of emotions were on display this weekend, as musicians deftly
stirred memories with their evocative instrumental melodies.
Critique: A deftly
crafted work of literary fiction, "The Girl in the Photo" is an inherently fascinating and deftly
crafted read from beginning to end.
"In Nell Hill's Rooms We Love" is a 128 page, profusely and beautifully illustrated compendium in which decorating maven Mary Carol Garrity deftly
coaches her readers on how they can affordably decorate household rooms that will reflect good taste, versatility, livability, a personalized style, and enduring appeal.
compiling Neil Ruzic's seminal and ground-breaking studies, Racing To A Cure offers medical students, health care workers, cancer patients, and non-specialist general readers a complete understanding of alternative therapies used to extend his life as a cancer patient, ranging from state-of-the-art molecularly based technologies, to debunking widespread cancer myths.
A story of the intersection between culture, increased demands, and technology, Industrializing American Shipbuilding is a deftly
researched and presented treatise on the realities of change, featuring black-and-white photographs and extensive notes which belie the immense amount of meticulous research and attention to detail.
Presenting readers with a stunning collection of photographs and knowledgeable explanations for Japanese utensils ranging from the oni oroshi or "devil grater" (which is a useful grating tool for the daikon radish), the saibashi or cooking chopsticks, and the yanagi-ba (which is a long sashimi knife), to the yukihira-nabe (which is a hand made and highly crafted aluminum cooking pot), Cool Tools deftly
details a complete selection of the beautifully shaped and functional tools of the Japanese kitchen.
Included are the first lunar landing, Charles Lindbergh's first New-York to Paris flight, WWI and WWII, Edison's first electric lamp, and so much more specifically designed and deftly
written in a child-friendly and educational format.