May We Suggest
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Some of the newest books for each sport. Read about the game, the personalities, and the drama, then go out and play!
Cricket — Featured Sport
The art and science of cricket by Bob Woolmer
Cricket by Ralph Dellor
Cricket explained by Robert Eastaway: Illustrations by Mark Stevens
How to draw animation by Christopher Hart
How to draw comics the marvel way by Stan Lee and John Buscema
Scared!: how to draw fantastic horror comic characters by Steve Miller and Bryan Baugh
Donna Kooler's encyclopedia of quilting by Kooler, Donna
Water, paper, paint: exploring creativity with watercolor and mixed media by Heather Smith Jones
Eat fresh food: awesome recipes for teen chefs by Rozanne Gold and her all-star team; photographs by Phil Mansfield
Real food, real fast by Sam Stern and Susan Stern
Cake pops: tips, tricks, and recipes for more than 40 irresistible mini treats by Bakerella; by Angie Dudley
Tender: a cook and his vegetable patch by Nigel Slater
Cooks' house: the art and soul of local, sustainable cuisine by Eric Patterson and Jennifer Blakeslee; photography by Thomas Kachadurian
Play the scene: the ultimate collection of contemporary and classic scenes and monologues by Michael Schulman and Eva Mekler
The collected plays of Neil Simon, volume IV by Neil Simon
It's a slippery slope by Spalding Gray
Adjective: Knowing or using several languages.
Noun: A person who knows several languages.
Find Books, DVDs, and Periodicals in particular languages here at CPL on our Languages page. We also have multiple Language databases.
Selected Language Books
The adventures of Marco and Polo by Dieter Wiesmüller; translated from the German by Beate Peter
All aboard!: a traveling alphabet by concept by Chris L. Demarest; illustrated by Bill Mayer
Bee & Bird by Craig Frazier
How to travel with grownups by Elizabeth Bridgman; pictures by Eleanor Hazard