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This two-volume set of the Therapist's Notebook: Homework, Handouts, and Activities for Use in Psychotherapy offers a nearly 20% discount over the total retail price of the invdividual products. It includes both compilations of original ideas and hands-on tools, with which you can tap into the knowledge and experience of seasoned professionals to give your clients tangible, field-tested assignments that will represent their work and progress in therapy.
Alongside Salvador Dal and Andr Breton, Max Ernst remains one of the most famous names to be associated with Surrealism, and must now be regarded as one of the most original, prolific and best-known artists of the 20th century. Assembled in 1947, when Ernst had attained the height of his artistic powers, BEYOND PAINTING is a definitive autobiographical document of the painter and the creative processes behind his work, enhanced by testaments by many of his friends including fellow Surrealists Andr Breton, Paul luard, Roberto Matta and Hans Arp, as well as others such as New York art dealer Julien Levy. BEYOND PAINTING also contains over 150 illustrations dating from 1917-1947, including complete versions of Ernst's revolutionary experiments in frottage and collage, Natural History and The Lion of Belfort. Also included is a preface by New York artist Robert Motherwell and a chronology of Ernst's life written by the painter himself. Solar Art Directives features the most innovative artists of the 20th century.
In this anniversary portrait Michael Farr reveals the complex
personality of Herge, the remarkable artist behind Tintin, the boy
reporter who continues to thrill and delight an ever-widening
audience. In seven separate sketches Farr presents a picture of a
man whose life is the key to his creation.
Global terrorism has moved out of pulp novels and bad movies...and into living rooms. The hardest thing for most people to handle is that no one's sure what form the next catastrophic loss will take. Poisoned water? A crashed Internet? What can someone who's not with the National Security Agency do? This book explains how basic kinds of insurance can protect people from risks in the world. It shows how smart management of personal finances and personal behavior can lower your exposure.
In an information-based economy, your personal information means as much to you as money in the bank meant to your grandparents. This book explains, in plain English, how to make sure your credit history, financial data, account information and other essentials remain safe. It combines interviews with law enforcement and security experts with case studies and examples to give readers the knowledge they need to avoid identity theft. The Silver Lake Editors have been publishing on risk and insurance topics for more than a decade. They produce training material and technical reference content for insurance professionals, as well as practical guides for consumers.
Between love and death, Seamus P. O'Cuinn gives us life full of sports and exercise, rites of passage, Ireland mythic and real, the Trojan War. The poems vary in style from formal to free.
City Hall--The Heart of Los Angles focuses on this historical landmark.
A loving look at friendship from both ends of the leash! Everybody needs a "Forever Friend--someone who cares, someone who shares, someone who looks out for you. But nobody said it had to be another person! In this whimsical tale of two "Forever Friends, you might wonder who is looking out for whom as you learn the ins and outs of everlasting friendship...from a four-legged point of view! Joyfully conceived and written, and playfully illustrated, "Forever Friends reminds us of the special love between kids and pets and how that bond can last a lifetime (even longer in dog years).
Zelmont Raines was once a Super Bowl-winning wide receiver. But recurring juries, a self-destructive lifestyle and too many run-ins with the law have submarined his career. Back in L.A. after bombing out of the European League, his one last chance is the team in town, the Barons.
Unfortunately for Zelmont, the roar of the crowds and the adulation of the fans -- not to mention the money and the honeys that go with it -- are no longer his for the taking. Bumped, the bitter athlete falls in with Wilma Wells, the smart (and fine) lawyer for the Barons. She's got ideas Zelmont likes...and not just in the bedroom. Soon he and his friend, the switch-hitting ex-pro defensive tackle Napoleon Graham, throw in with Wells to rip off the mobbed-up owner of the Barons. It's only then that Zelmont discovers that no matter how fast he can jook, no matter how tough he can fake, trouble is closing in on him way too fast.
Mix elements of Jim Thompson with the street-smart verve of Donald Goines, add a couple of dashes of the compact delivery of Richard Stark, and you get The Jook: a crime novel where football and venal ambitions collide in the end zone.
Want to discover the many dining adventures the Windy City has to offer? The 2nd edition of Hungry? Chicago gives you the lowdown on the best local spots where you can eat without breaking the bank. Catchy tag lines and descriptive icons give a quick read for each entry. Hungry? offers you hundreds of restaurant recommendations, packed with the information you need to know. From Hyde Park to Wicker Park, Evanston to Ukrainian Village, Greektown to Boystown and everywhere in between, we've got Chicago covered.. Hungry yet?
Want to discover the many dining adventures Los Angeles has to offer? Hungry? LA gives you the lowdown on the best local spots where you can eat without breaking the bank. Catchy tag lines and descriptive icons give a quick read for each entry. Our 10th Anniversary edition of Hungry? offers you hundreds of restaurant recommendations, packed with the information you need to know. From downtown to the outer Valley's, Hollywood to Inglewood, the Palisades to Pasadena, we've got LA covered. Hungry yet?
Laid-back private eye Jake Samson's life has taken a turn. He's living in mellow Marin, his new boss, Rosie Vicente, used to be assistant. But it's the same beloved Samson he and Rosie go undercover in an East Bay to help a young warrior named Royal who wants out. The problem is, the last time someone tried to leave the gang, he didn't make it out alive.
Risking their lives to save Royal, Jake and Rosie follow a beer-hall trail of convoluted connections, bizarre secrets and outright lunacy. When another member dies and the gang begins to suspect Royal, Jake and Rosie are ringers, our heroes scramble to stay one step ahead of the raving, violent -- and terminally incompetent -- leaders of the gang, who seem more bent on offing each other than on world domination.
Buford the Bullfrog is dead. And that's only the beginning. Connor Westphal, the feisty deaf publisher of the weekly "Eureka!", jumps into the annual Jubilee festivities when her sidekick and main squeeze, private eye Dan Smith, is retained by Buford's jockey to find the murderer. With the help of Sheriff Elvis Mercer and the eccentric denizens of Flat Skunk, Connor and Dan think it'll be a snap, until the sheriff's son Jeremiah comes under suspicion and a human body surfaces in Critter's Creek, along with a lot more dead frogs. Connor, with the aid of a new blind friend, sets about finding out who is killing the frogs and people of Calaveras County.
Here is a collection of essays by the acclaimed author of Murphy's Romance. Max Schott is a Southern California essayist and fiction writer, and his essays concern the landscape and ecology and the economy of home. There are also a number of essays about literary icons like Chaucer, Boswell and Johnson, and Jane Austen. There are a few essays about reading. And there are a number of story-like essays about Schott's father, and his own work as a cowboy and horse trainer. Though these pieces have a range of subjects, they are unified by the straightforward, yet lyrical style of a born writer.
Shortly before a royal visit to Leigh Abbey, the home of sixteenth-century sleuth Susanna Appleton, a man dies in a fall from a banqueting house. Is his death part of some treasonous plot against Elizabeth Tudor? Or is it merely murder?
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