A specific nuts and bolts approach to interactive performance art, authored by a forty-year veteran of the original renaissance pleasure faires.
The Dinah Shore Cookbook, 1983.
Hardcover book (no dust jacket), 386 pages, published by Doubleday & Company.
When you are planning to go travelling, you may have tick-lists as long as your arm, or not have a clue where to start. The Traveller's Pocket Bible is perfect for the enthusiastic traveller, and provides everything you could possibly need to know, to save you time routing through the internet or out-of-date travel books. The information includes advice on packing, culture, customs and etiquette, how to minimise your impact, health and security, money, travelling with children, and even taking your pet with you. There is a quick guide to the top 20 destinations, giving an overview of the countries widely travelled to. Practical information that you will need to access quickly, such as timelines, conversions, electricity usage, emergency phrase books and telephone numbers are provided in this pocket-sized guide. This beautiful hardback edition has both dust-cover and gold embossing on the spine making it the perfect gift. Every Pocket Bible is lovingly crafted to give you a unique mix of useful references, handy tips and fascinating trivia that will enlighten and entertain you at every page.
There is a Pocket Bible for everyone... Other titles in the series: The Outdoor Pocket Bible, The Railway Pocket Bible, The Dog Lover's Pocket Bible, The Golf Pocket Bible and The Camping Pocket Bible.
In poems that are at once colloquial and elegant, Perillo strives to bridge the gap between the exuberant voice of the streets and the rarefied voice of literary tradition. Using the long lines and narrative style that have been identified with some of the finest male poets of our times, Perillo tells the stories of female experience with a grim eye for the comic and an ear turned to language's highest pitch.
Alexandra David-Neel was the first European to explore Tibet at a time when foreigners were banned. Few people have led a life of adventure equal to hers, or made so much of it. This book presents a vividly detailed chronicle of David-Neel's quest to conquer her personal demons and of the outer journey that made her one of the most celebrated figures of her day. 26 photos. 2 maps.
This is an alternate cover edition for B013R8CGUS In this spinoff from the April Almighty series, the Happytown clowns are back! The clowns are more terrifying than ever and ready to spin their own tale of death and mayhem. Ice Katy is on the the loose after escaping from Jericho Systems. Her mentor, Mad Maxwell is imprisoned somewhere beneath one of Jericho’s facilities. Nolan Collinsworth is a washed up child actor. Now 45 years old, he’s hanging on to what little celebrity he has left. After accepting an invite to a horror convention in Odessa, Texas he thinks he’s on the way to a comeback. Except Ice Katy and her band of clowns decides to crash the convention, turning it in to her own personal Funhouse of horrors. Damien Carter is a Tracker with Jericho Systems. The only way he can stop Katy is with the help of Mad Maxwell. Can he get inside the deranged clown’s head in time to find Katy and save the people of Odessa? Or will Mad Maxwell turn him into a pawn in another of his silly games? Can anyone stop the forthcoming Clown Apocalypse?
Drum Therapy is an exciting breakthrough for drum instructors and special needs service providers, helping to teach both mainstream and special needs students the art of drumming. It explores the revolutionary Drum Therapy system that was developed by author Pat Gesualdo and used throughout the world in schools, hospitals, community centers, rehabilitation facilities, day care treatment centers, and mental health centers. This book is a comprehensive resource that contains material for the student/patient and the teacher/therapist. The course covers numerous rhythms in a variety of musical styles, including rock, blues, jazz, and more. A CD is provided to demonstrate all the examples in the book. "This is an interesting book that all music therapists may wish to investigate." - Drummer Magazine