USED BOOKS DIVISION: HC = hardcover, PB = paperback. Books with a dust jacket have a "(dj)" after the title. We examine each of the books and rate nearly all of their inside pages as very good to excellent. Books with "flaws" are noted and affect appearance only unless otherwise stated after the title. Outer wear may include a sticker, light soiling, rubbed /bumped corners or edges, library reinforcement tape on the spine or corners and or ID markings. To obtain a detailed description of a title, please email and we will be happy to provide this and any available photos. Great value - you won't be disappointed! CONDITIONS: See Definitions Below.
|American Caesar - HC - ISBN 0316544981 - $3.00||
|And The World Came His Way - PB - ISBN 0966867912 - $1.00 - "Next to Ronald Reagan, Jesse Helms is the most important conservative of the last 25 years. No conservative, save Reagan, comes close to matching Helms' influence on American politics and policy in the quarter-century since he won a Senate seat in North Carolina."||4|
|ARI The Life & Times Of Aristotle Onassis - PB - ISBN 1557730067 - $2.00||10|
|Black Elk Speaks - PB - ISBN 0671452215 - $1.00 - This is the autobiography of Black Elk, a Lakota Indian fighting for freedom at the end of the 19th century, as told to author John G. Neihardt. While his tale glows with eyewitness accounts of historic events and Lakota Sioux customs, the heart of the book is Black Elk's soulful visions of a better future for his people and, by extension, for all humanity. He urges us to follow the "good red road" of interconnectedness and respect for all life, to honor the past without becoming mired in it, and to regard the earth as sacred.||10|
|John Wayne - PB - ISBN 0515034819 - $1.00||8|
|Nancy Reagan - dj/HC, LN/VG - ISBN 067164646X - $2.00||11|
|Of Men And Plants - HC - ISBN 0297994956 - $5.00 - The autobiography of the world's most famous plant healer.||9|
|Scott Of The Antarctic - HC -
- $2.00 -
"What qualities does a man need in order to become a national hero? He must be a man of action; he must be brave; he must be bold; and it is a great advantage, if not a necessity, that he should die in the attempt to reach his goal."
Robert Falcon Scott was such a man. He led the British Antarctic Expedition in 1911, failed by one month to be the first to plant his country's flag at the South Pole, and died on the return trip from the Pole, just 11 miles from food and shelter.
|Spencer Tracy - PB - ISBN 0515032468 - $1.00||8|
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