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2012 Fall Trafalgar Square Publishing General Trade

2012 Fall Trafalgar Square Publishing General Trade

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This catalog of UK imports has something for every reader. Selected books cover architecture, art, biography, economics, Classics, cooking books, crafts, adult fiction, film & television, folklore, graphic novels, history, home & gardening, humor, Jewish studies, law, literary collections & criticism, music, mystery, philosophy, photography, poetry, political science, psychology, reference, religion, romance, science, sci-fi, self-help, social science, sports, technology, travel, True Crime, Women's studies, and writing.
This catalog of UK imports has something for every reader. Selected books cover architecture, art, biography, economics, Classics, cooking books, crafts, adult fiction, film & television, folklore, graphic novels, history, home & gardening, humor, Jewish studies, law, literary collections & criticism, music, mystery, philosophy, photography, poetry, political science, psychology, reference, religion, romance, science, sci-fi, self-help, social science, sports, technology, travel, True Crime, Women's studies, and writing.

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Published by: Independent Publishers Group on Jun 01, 2012
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Trafalgar SquarePublishing
Fall 2012 
 
Dont Miss Contents
Animals/Pets........................................................................17, 84, 97, 98Architecture..........................................................1, 2, 13, 25–27, 32, 261Art..........................................................14–19, 23, 24, 26, 232, 260, 261Audio..................................................................................................122Autobiography/Biography....................24, 26, 29, 35, 62, 67, 94, 99–105,110–113, 119, 121, 125, 133–135, 138, 190, 191, 198, 199, 202,204–207, 214–219, 227, 228, 232, 233, 240, 241, 243, 244Blank Books/Journals..........................................................................260Body/Mind/Spirit............................................................................63–66Business/Economics....................................................................119–121Classics................................................................122–131, 135, 137, 139Cooking/Food Writing..........................................................5, 35–57, 80Crafts............................................................................9, 10, 20–23, 116Design........................................................................................8–11, 261Education..............................................................................................73Family & Relationships......................................63, 76, 78, 79, 85, 86, 91Fashion/Beauty....................................................................................3–9Fiction..................................................122–131, 137, 139–189, 191–193Film/Television/Theater..........................................99–109, 114–116, 122Folklore/Mythology............................................................................109Games..................................................................................119, 193–197Gardening........................................................................................30–34Graphic Novels............................................................................191, 192Health & Fitness..........................................................32, 41, 69–75, 119History............................12, 27–30, 57, 60, 95, 109, 118, 200, 211, 212,217–220, 223–231, 233–241, 245–248Home..................................................................................10, 11, 28, 30Horses..................................................................................................97Humor..............28, 79, 81–83, 85–96, 136, 198, 200, 204, 213, 219, 222 Jewish Studies......................................................................................240Language/Linguistics....................................................................92, 118Law....................................................................................................117Literary Collections......................................130, 135, 136, 138, 242, 245Literary Criticism........................122, 124, 133, 134, 136, 138, 190, 191Mathematics........................................................................................196Military........................................................221, 222, 227, 229–242, 260Music..........................................................................................110–114Mystery................................................................138–143, 145–159, 161Nature..............................................................................17, 64, 96, 124Philosophy....................................................................................67, 119Photography..................................1–3, 7, 13, 16, 17, 25, 27, 87, 97, 249Poetry............................................................................84, 125, 130, 132Political Science..............................................................83, 99, 119, 213Psychology............................................................................................68Reference............................61, 75, 77, 78, 80–83, 92, 138, 219, 250–259Religion..........................................................................................58–62Science................................................................................59, 60, 63, 96Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror....................................160–161, 183–191Seasonal................................................................................................56Self-Help....................................................28, 65, 67–69, 71, 77, 78, 119Sexuality..............................................................................................197Social Science..................................................................30, 95, 125, 242Sports..............................................................................84, 97, 198–210Transportation......................................................................12, 220–225Travel................................................................34, 87, 88, 195, 243–259True Crime..................................................................................211–215Weddings..............................................................................................76Women’s Studies..................................................................................242Writing........................................................................................117, 119
6Kangaroos Hop24The Owl andthe Pussycat120Holy Franchise,Batman!70My Cool Classic Car179Parisians’ Paris40Bible Detective
 
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Lost Chicago
 John Paulett and Judy Floodstrand 
Famous landmarks, much-loved restaurants, sports stadia, movie palaces thatreally were palaces, pleasure gardens, and lake steamers—all make up lost Chicago
Some of Chicago’s greatest architectural losses are represented here in this tributeto a bygone city of Chicago—the Stock Exchange Building; Midway Gardens; theMarshall Field Wholesale Store; and buildings from the 1893 Columbian Exposi-tion, the World’s Fair that showed Chicago had bounced back from its ruinous fireof 1871. It also pays homage to the meat-packing industry, railcar construction, andmail-order business—industries that once drove the Chicago economy but have sincemoved on. Listed by date of loss, this collection traces a nostalgic path from the timeit was known both as the Windy City and Porkopolis, and presents an astonishingrange of vanished Chicago from the lakeshore mansions of the rich and famous, to
Lost Washington, DC
Paul K. Williams
A nostalgic look at the important buildings lost in the capital city, followingthechanging transport of the city from horse-drawn streetcars to electric trolleys andsteam trains crossing Maryland Avenue
Sites represented here include Hoover Airport, the Washington Arsenal, Fox Theater,Center Market, Matthew Brady’s studio, the Old Navy Building, the Ebbit House Hotel,and General Noble Redwood Treehouse which stood on the Mall from 1894 to 1932.Lost buildings include the Washington Arsenal and Washington Penitentiary where theLincoln conspirators were hanged and the distinctive Center Market building whichwas razed along with Arcade, Liberty, and Dutch Markets. Other sites include com-merce on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, Baltimore and Portomac Railroad Station,faux castles such as Henderson’s and Stewart’s, the Corcoran School of Art, and manyVictorian vistas of Washington from the top of the Capitol and Washington Monument.
Paul K. Williams
has an educational background in historic preservation and architecture. He maintains a daily blog onWashington, DC history called the
House History Man
. He lives in Washington, DC.
9781862059931
LOST
“Beautifully illustrated in aged black-and-white photos and burnished with charming prose based on many years of research.— 
Library Journal
on
Lost New York
“The pictures alone are worth the price of admission.— 
Publishers Weekly
on
Lost New York
Each: Photography/Architecture • 144 pp • 11 x 9.5 • 150 B/W Photos • November • $18.95 (Can $20.95) Cloth • Pavilion
communities built up by the city's immigrant workforce.
 John Paulett
is the author of 
Forgotten Chicago
and
Printers Row, Chicago
. He lives and teaches in Oak Park, Illinois.
 Judy Floodstrand
is a freelance writer and public relations director of the Scitech Science Museum in Aurora, Illinois.Born and raised in Chicago, she lives in Hinsdale, Illinois.
9781862059924
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Each: $18.95 (Can $20.95) Cloth
Lost San Francisco
9781862059344
Lost New York
9781862059351

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