The 10-year anniversary edition of Captain Mike Abrashoff's guide to revolutionary leadership and management skills. Against the backdrop of today's United States Navy, the author shares his secrets of successful management. Reissue. 262 pp.
Anyone who has read J. D. Salinger's "New Yorker" stories, will not be surprised by the fact that his first novel is full of children. There are many voices in this novel: children's voices, adult voices, underground voices—but Holden's voice is the most eloquent of all.
The author provides an astoundingly original story that will change everything you've ever thought about the afterlife—and the meaning of our lives here on earth. With a timeless tale, appealing to all, this is a book that readers of fine fiction, and those who loved "Tuesdays With Morrie", will treasure. A specially produced paperback edition—with flaps. Reprint. 196 pp.
After a buggy accident claims the life of her fiancé, Lydia Hershberger makes a fresh start in Jamesport, Missouri, managing a gift store. It isn't long before she meets the young man hired to handle the bookkeeping—Caleb Bontrager, whose handcrafted cuckoo clocks are sold in the store. Original. 272 pp.
Levi Albright rebelled against his Quaker roots to fight for abolition in the Union army in the first year of the Civil War. Two years later, 19-year-old destitute orphan Josephine Winters—with chopped hair, boy’s clothes, and a new name, "Snipp"—enlists in the Union army out of sheer desperation. Original. 336 pp.