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Series: Henry Holt Reference Book

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The Almanac of Renewable Energy by Richard Golob
American Diversity, American Identity: The Lives and Works of 145 Writers Who Define the American Experience by John K. Roth
The Atlas of Sacred Places: Meeting Points of Heaven and Earth by James Harpur
The Book of Food: A Cook's Guide to over 1,000 Exotic and Everyday Ingredients by Frances Bissell
The Classical Greek Reader by Kenneth J. Atchity
The Cold War Encyclopedia by Thomas Parrish
The Complete Woman's Herbal: A Manual of Healing Herbs and Nutrition for Personal Well-Being and Family Care by Anne McIntyre
Darwin's Orchestra: An Almanac of Nature in History and the Arts by Michael Sims
Desk Companion: How to Measure, Convert, Calculate and Define Practically Anything by The Economist
The Dictionary of 20th-Century World Politics by Jay M. Shafritz
The Dictionary of Ecology and Environmental Science by Henry Warren Art
Discovering Fossil Fishes by John G. Maisey
Dispatches from the Front: A History of the American War Correspondent by Nathaniel Lande
Earth Explained: A Beginner's Guide to Our Planet (Henry Holt Reference Book) by Barbara Taylor
Eastern Wisdom: An Illustrated Guide to the Religions and Philosophies of the East by C. Scott Littleton
The Economist Atlas of the New Europe by Economist
The Elvis Atlas: A Journey Through Elvis Presley's America by Michael Gray
The Encyclopedia of Beer by Christine P. Rhodes
Encyclopedia of Childbearing: Critical Perspectives by Barbara Katz Rothman
Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology by David Levinson
The Encyclopedia of Evolution: Humanity's Search for Its Origins by Richard Milner
The Encyclopedia of Native American Biography: Six Hundred Life Stories of Important People, from Powhatan to Wilma Mankiller by Bruce E. Johansen
The Encyclopedia of the Peoples of the World by Amiram Gonen
The Encyclopedia of the Victorian World: A Reader's Companion to the People, Places, Events, and Everyday Life of the Victorian Era (Henry Holt Reference Book) by Melinda Corey
The Feng Shui Handbook: How To Create A Healthier Living & Working Environment by Lam Kam Chuen
Finding Her Voice: The Illustrated History of Women in Country Music (Henry Holt Reference Book) by Mary A. Bufwack
Flower Power: Flower Remedies for Healing Body and Soul Through Herbalism, Homeopathy, Aromatherapy, and Flower Essences (Henry Holt Reference Book) by Anne McIntyre
Food & Mood: The Complete Guide to Eating Well and Feeling Your Best by Elizabeth Somer
The Food Chronology: A Food Lover's Compendium of Events and Anecdotes, from Prehistory to the Present by James Trager
Free Money for College from the Government by Laurie Blum
The Gay and Lesbian Literary Heritage: A Readers Companion to the Writers and Their Works, from Antiquity to the Present by Claude J. Summers
Great Women Writers: The Lives and Works of 135 of the World's Most Important Women Writers, from Antiquity to the Present by Frank Northen Magill
The Henry Holt Handbook of Current Science & Technology: A Sourcebook of Facts and Analysis Covering the Most Important Events in Science and Technol (Henry Holt Reference Book) by Bryan H. Bunch
The Henry Holt International Desk Reference: A Guide to Essential Information Resources of the World's Major Trading Nat by Gary McLain
The Henry Holt Retirement Sourcebook: An Information Guide for Planning and Managing Your Affairs by Wilbur Cross
The Historical Atlas of New York City: A Visual Celebration of 400 Years of New York City's History by Eric Homberger
Historical Atlas of the Earth: A Visual Exploration of the Earth's Physical Past (Henry Holt Reference Book) by Roger Osborne
The Historical Atlas of World War II by John Pimlott
The Home Office and Small Business Answer Book: Solutions to the Most Frequently Asked Questions About Starting and Runn by Janet Attard
The Human Body Explained: An Owner's Guide to the Incredible Living Maching by Philip Whitfield
Human Mind Explained: An Owner's Guide to the Mysteries of the Mind by Susan Greenfield
Illustrated History of Europe by Frederic Delouche
An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles by Arthur V. Evans
International Encyclopedia of Psychiatry, Psychology, Psychoanalysis and Neurology by Benjamin B. Wolman
Invisible America: Unearthing Our Hidden History by Mark P. Leone
The Jews and Europe: 2000 Years of History by Elena Romero Castello
Lucy's Bones, Sacred Stones, & Einstein's Brain: The Remarkable Stories Behind the Great Objects and Artifacts of History, from Antiquity to the Modern Era (Henry Holt Reference Book) by Harvey Rachlin
Major Characters in American Fiction by Jack Salzman
Mapping America's Past: A Historical Atlas by Mark C. Carnes
Nutrition for a Healthy Pregnancy: The Complete Guide To Eating Before, During, And After Your Pregnancy by Elizabeth Somer
Nutrition for Women: The Complete Guide by Elizabeth Somer
Past Imperfect: History According to the Movies by Mark C. Carnes
The People's Chronology by James Trager
The Peoplepedia: The Ultimate Reference on the American People by Les Krantz
Prehistoric Life Explained: A Beginner's Guide to the World of the Dinosaurs by Jinny Johnson
The Presidents Speak: The Inaugural Addresses of the American Presidents from Washington to Clinton by Davis Newton Lott
Quinlan's Illustrated Directory of Film Comedy Actors by David Quinlan
Quinlan's Illustrated Registry of Film Stars by David Quinlan
Religions Explained: A Beginner's Guide to World Faiths by Anita Ganeri
Rereading Frederick Jackson Turner: "The Significance of the Frontier in American History" and Other Essays by Frederick Jackson Turner
Revelations: The Medieval World by James Harpur
Science and Technical Writing: A Manual of Style by Philip Rubens
Science Explained: The World of Science in Everyday Life by Colin A. Ronan
The Social Investment Almanac: A Comprehensive Guide to Socially Responsible Investing. by Amy Domini
Space Explained: A Beginner's Guide to the Universe by Robin Scagell
Triumph of Discovery : A Chronicle of Great Adventures in Science by Scientific American
The Ultimate Movie Thesaurus: The Only Book You Need to Find the Movie You Want by Christopher Case
The Universe Explained: The Earth-Dweller's Guide to the Mysteries of Space by Colin A. Ronan
The Viking atlas of World War I by Anthony Livesey
The Visual Dictionary of American Domestic Architecture by Rachel Carley
The Washington Almanac by Lawrence J. Haas
Weather Explained: A Beginner's Guide to the Elements by Derek Elsom
What Makes the World Go Round?: A Question-And-Answer Encyclopedia by Jinny Johnson
Who Knows What: The Essential Business Resource Book by Daniel Starer
Who's Who in Russia and the CIS Republics by Vladimir Morozov
The Women's Chronology: A Year-By-Year Record, from Prehistory to the Present by James Trager
Word Watch: The Stories Behind the Words of Our Lives by Anne H. Soukhanov
World Class Business: A Guide to the 100 Most Powerful Global Corporations by Philip Mattera
World History: A Dictionary of Important People, Places, and Events, from Ancient Times to the Present by Bruce Wetterau
World Mythology by Roy G. Willis

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