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Elvis A Celebration
Series/Author: Mike
$10.00

Hardcover Mike Evans Elvis: A Celebration Coffee Table Book Nonfiction The ultimate celebration of the King of Rock 'n' Roll as seen from the archives of the Elvis Presley Estate at Graceland published on the 25th Anniversary of his death. Compiled and written with the full authorization and assistance of the Elvis Presley Estate, and using exclusive material from the official archive at Graceland, Elvis: A Celebration is the ultimate tribute to the King of Rock 'n' Roll on the 25th anniversary of his death. This pictorial record of Elvis's life features over 600 photographs and illustrations, from his early days in Tupelo and Memphis, his rise to superstardom, his career in movies, his television and Vegas performances, and his posthumous ascent to the top rank of the pop-culture pantheon. Loaded with news photographs, memorabilia, and movie stills-many never before published-this is the one book that Elvis fans should not be without! Learn More

Diana A Tribute
Series/Author: Julia
$6.95

Hardcover - Like New Diana: A Tribute by Julia Delano Princess Diana was the world's most adored princess, admired for her charitable works as well as her beauty. This moving tribute takes an affectionate look at the story of her life, from the idyllic early days of her courtship by Prince Charles to the splendor of her wedding, the joys of motherhood, the pain of a failing marriage and a very public royal divorce, and, finally, the emergence of her career. More than 120 full-color photographs capture her unique charm and grace. Learn More

Fifty Years Of Television
Series/Author: Mark
$6.95

Hardcover - Great TV Guide: Fifty Years of Television by Mark Lasswell, Mary Tyler Moore (Contributor), William Shatner (Contributor), Steven Reddicliffe (Contributor), Guide Editors TV Imagine the greatest week of television ever. In celebration of its 50th anniversary, TV GUIDE has done just that. Picking and choosing from classic programs, unforgettable characters, hilarious moments and broadcast-interrupting tragedies, TV GUIDE has created in this deluxe and nostalgic history the ultimate week of programming. Here are fifty years of riveting innovation distilled into one unforgettable book. From Saturday morning cartoons through prime time and late night, Fifty Years of Television pays tribute to hundreds of the most important shows of all time. More than 250 color and black-and-white photographs capture the giants of TV in their prime—from \"The Great One,\" Jackie Gleason, to his latter-day descendant Homer Simpson, from Jack Webb of Dragnet to James Gandolfini of The Sopranos. The exciting, graphic covers of TV GUIDE offer a fantastic voyage through generations of pop culture. More than 400 collectible covers are included, featuring the work of artists such as Charles Addams, Salvador Dalí, Al Hirschfield, Norman Rockwell and Andy Warhol. Landmark essays from the pages of TV GUIDE by Oprah Winfrey, John F. Kennedy, Alex Haley and other American icons shed light on the seductive power of the medium. In original interviews, some of TV's best known and most beloved personalities reminisce about the shows that made the country tune in. A sweeping appreciation of TV, this is the ultimate book of its kind. Learn More

Norman rockwell
Series/Author: Maureen
$6.95

Hardcover - Like New Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People by Maureen Hart Hennessey (Editor), Judy L. Larson Accompanying the first major traveling exhibition of works by Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), this volume presents a complete reappraisal of one of America's most beloved artists. Contributors from a wide range of fields -- including leading art historians, cultural critics, a renowned child psychiatrist, and a leading graphic designer -- shed new light on the complexity of Rockwell's art and his place as a shaper of mass-media imagery.Stunning colorplates reproduce Rockwell's paintings in crisp detail, and the essays set them in fresh contexts, discussing such themes as Rockwell's urban scenes; the reaction by both black and white Southerners to Rockwell's historic civil rights painting The Problem We All Live With; and Rockwell's role ill the development of American illustration. Above all, this important volume examines Norman Rockwell's critical place in 20th-century American culture. Learn More

500 Cameras
Series/Author: Todd
$6.50

Paperback- Like New 500 Cameras: 170 Years of Photographic Innovation by Todd Gustavson, George Eastman From the world-famous Eastman House comes a lavish, expansive guide to nearly 200 years of photographic invention and innovation. Richly visual and wonderfully informative, it showcases 500 groundbreaking cameras from the museum's collection that forever changed our perception of the world, and of ourselves. Todd Gustavson, curator of technology at the George Eastman House, organizes the cameras into genealogical categories--from detective to digital, stereo to subminiature. Alongside the 35mm, you'll see curiosities like stereoscopic cameras, postcard cameras, and spy cameras hidden in watches, buttons, and fountain pens. Essays by experts in the field--including Robert Shanebrook, Martin Scott, and Mark Osterman--trace the technological development of the camera and provide insight into the innovators behind the lens. Learn More

Royal Gardeners
Series/Author: Alan
$6.50

Hardcover - Like New Royal Gardeners by Alan Titchmarsh In this lavish book, a companion to the acclaimed BBC series, one of Britain's most celebrated gardening experts takes us on a breathtaking tour through the history of Britain's royal gardens, from medieval times to the present day. Taking in existing royal gardens as well as those that now only exist in paintings, Alan Titchmarsh uncovers the stories behind the gardens and the colorful monarchs who created them. From Hampton Court Palace and Gardens to the modern-day developments at the Prince of Wales' home at Highgrove, Titchmarsh takes a highly personal excursion through Britain's gardening heritage. Richly illustrated with color photos, original plans, letters, planting records, and full-color diagrams of the major surviving gardens, this is a glorious record of some of the world's most remarkable gardens. Alan Titchmarsh--horticulturist, well-known BBC TV presenter, and author of more than 30 books--has twice been named Britain's Gardening Writer of the Year. Learn More