On the third Monday in February, the United States celebrates Presidents’ Day, which honors all of its commanders in chief. This heavily illustrated volume explores the holiday’s rich history, including its roots dating back to Washington’s birthday. Readers will have a chance to prepare a cherry pie recipe and create a booklet that shows what they would do if they were president.
What causes food poisoning? Is it preventable? What is the best way to treat it? This book provides information on the symptoms, remedies, and preemptive measures that can be taken to protect yourself from foodborne diseases such as E. coli, botulism, and salmonella.
A child of Japan’s post-war baby boom, Haruki Murakami grew up—much to the chagrin of his parents—immersed in Western culture. The unhappy and unmotivated student didn’t begin writing until he was twenty-nine years old. Through engaging narrative, full-color photos, and thoughtful direct quotations, readers will be inspired by the life story of this celebrated novelist, whose works have been translated into more than fifty languages.
For Australian group, AC/DC, rockin' out came easy—once they found the right people. Over the past thirty years, about twenty different musicians have been members of AC/DC. Guitarists Angus Young and Malcolm Young, lead vocalist Brian Johnson, drummer Phil Rudd, and bass guitarist Cliff Williams are today’s AC/DC. In AC/DC: HARD ROCK BAND read about their struggles to become a rock band. Through different lead singers including Dave Evans and Bon Scott to various drummers to hit songs and touring throughout Australia, Europe, and the United States, AC/DC continues to gain new fans worldwide.