Hers is the most enigmatic and magnetic smile since Helen of Troy’s beauty set the ancient Greek world to fighting! That mesmerizing Mona Lisa smile. Here, in Donna Jo Napoli’s beautifully written fiction is Mona Lisa’s story.
The Food and Feasts of Jesus is a look at why communal feasting was such an integral part of social and family life in the time of Jesus and a guide to how - and why - we ought to explore those foods and feasts in our lives today.
One hundred years after the Titanic sank here is a close-up, contemporary – and slightly fictionalized - look at this most majestic state of the art of travel in pre war Europe. We still marvel at the Titanic’s story – and at the hubris of those who financed, built, and steered her on that maiden voyage. Here is the story of the people who built, financed, and traveled on her maiden, and last, voyage.
Five years in the making, over 70 artists around the world involved with its production. This is a book you must see! Sketchtravel is the visual tale of an artist’s sketch book that traveled for many years from artist to artist, from city to city, continent to continent.