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Leisure Books offered a book sales club service. Typically two free books were provided as an initial inducement. After that two books were sent on a monthly basis. Readers would have ten days to keep or return. If kept there would be a discount on the purchase price.

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Effective September 2010, Leisure Books, along with the remainder of Dorchester's mass market paperback lines, were canceled as print publications. Future titles were slated to be available only as e-books.[8] After pushback from authors over cancelled and unfulfilled contracts,[9][10] Leisure suspended operations entirely; the parent company Dorchester shortly went out of business.

Above: a cover for Orgy Office by Bill Lauren for Greenleaf Classics' imprint Pillar Books, 1964, with unattributed art. Lauren also wrote such books as Blonde Danger, Burn Blonde Burn!, Fun Girl, Perverted Lover, and On the Prowl. They all sound lovely. We have a lot of these therapy covers in the site and you can see them all by starting here.

All books in very good condition or better unless noted. Major institutions and ABAA/ILAB dealers can be invoiced upon request. All drop ships will be sent with a Bolerium return address & the ABE manifest. All books returnable for any reason within 30 days of estimated delivery date.

Orders are securely packed and usually ship within 2 business days. Shipping costs are based on books weighing 2.2 LB, or 1 KG. If your book order is heavy or over sized, we may contact you to let you know extra shipping is required. Overnight shipping available upon request at additional cost

The Dilithium Press Children's Classics series, published between 1986 and 1995, is one of our favorite series to recommend to those building a home library. Though now long out of print, these beautiful, unabridged* books remain fairly easy to acquire and relatively affordable, often priced in the $6-20 range. But it is nearly impossible to find solid information about the series, so we're seeking to rectify that!

First things first. What are these? These were published as value hardcovers, and competed with such series as Illustrated Junior Library, Scribners Classics and the Books of Wonder series of that time. An equivalent series today would be the Sterling Classics or the Puffin hardcovers, though we think these are a little nicer. At 55 books (that we know of), this is nearly the largest collection of those mentioned (BoW has 67), and feature illustrations throughout the series by such famous artists as Jessie Willcox Smith, Louis Rhead, Milo Winter, Charles Santore, Troy Howell (of Redwall fame), Howard Pyle and even N.C. Wyeth! Illustrated throughout the books in black and white, each title also features lovely, classic, full-color plates placed sporadically (usually 8-12 pictures). The books offer quality binding with large print and huge margins on acid-free paper. These will typically hold up quite well. (We do want to note, however, that the deckled pages and interspersed plates are a frustration for some folks.)

There are two sizes of the books, and on our site, we list the larger of the two, which measure 9.5"h x 8"w (we'll offer more information comparing the two below). On the copyright pages, these are consistently listed as being published by Children's Classics, a division of Dilithium Press, Ltd., but we've seen them listed in online search engines under a lot of different publishers, and find that searching for "children's classics" doesn't help narrow down editions when tracking these down! While we've found these books typically easy to obtain, many are difficult to find. Our listings below offer the ISBNs, which are EXTREMELY helpful in tracking down the right books!

Two other publishers--Longmeadow Press and Portland House--have published a few of these same books in different covers. We consider the Portland House Illustrated Classics to be a "sister" series, which has the same editor and a couple of duplicate titles, but with more beautiful bindings and additional, more mature-themed titles.

Greenleaf Classics had the most ridiculous covers of any mid-century publishing company. There's no contest. This one for Clyde Allison's The Sex Spree is both absurd and, thanks to its colors, beautiful. Unfortunately the art is uncredited. The book appeared in 1962 from Greenleaf's imprint Midnight Reader, with author William Knoles the man operating behind the Allison pseudonym. Many Greenleaf pen names were shared, but as far as we can tell Allison belonged to Knoles alone, and he used it to write Greenleaf's spy-themed Agent 0008 entries, which are among the company's most collectible books. We're going to get to those in a bit.

This is the essay that started it all. Powerful, poetic and practical. The Servant as Leader describes some of the characteristics and activities of servant-leaders, providing examples which show that individual efforts, inspired by vision and a servant ethic, can make a substantial difference in the quality of society. Greenleaf discusses the skills necessary to be a servant-leader; the importance of awareness, foresight and listening; and the contrasts between coercive, manipulative, and persuasive power. A must-read.ExploreSimilar booksBook lists with this bookWhy do people like this book?TopicsMedicineLeadershipGenresComing soon...PreviewBookshop.orgAmazonWho Moved My Cheese? An A-Mazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your LifeBySpencer Johnson,

Designed primarily for people who will be living or working in France for extended periods, offers lessons on French manners, attitudes, and culture.ExploreSimilar booksBook lists with this bookWhy do people like this book?TopicsIntercultural communicationFranceEtiquetteWorld War 1GenresComing soon...PreviewBookshop.orgAmazonMissing ClassByBetsy Leondar-Wright,

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Leather Serum A great way to rejuvenate bags, shoes, jackets or any leather furniture item. Made from all-natural, plant-based ingredients. Does not contain mink oil. $20 The Furniture Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Identify, Restore & Care for Furniture, by Christophe Pourny, $35, Artisan, (books sold on the webstore including the stores listed online are signed by Pourny.) Marseille Soap This all natural soap recipe has been made in Marseille, France for hundreds of years. We are thrilled to offer an exclusive version for our US clients. Real flowers of Lavender, Rose, or Verbena is crushed in each 300 gram square bar. Gentle enough to use as facial soap, they make a wonderfully scented addition to any powder room. Wrapped in Wax coated paper, they make a sophisticated gift. $20, Christophe Pourny Studio, Privet House, New Preston, Back 40 Mercantile, Old Greenwich, Weekend Kitchen, Essex,

Includes literary productions, printed material, and scrapbook materialpertaining to Faulk and his career as an historian and author of the American Southwest.The collection bulks (1960-1973) with literary productions, including manuscripts, galleyproofs and page proofs of numerous books by Faulk. For further details,click here: OFaulk. An historian, author, and educator, Faulk was born in 1933 in Winnsboro, Texas, andreceived B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Texas Tech University. He taught at TexasA&M, University of Arizona, Arizona State, and Arizona Western before becoming head ofthe history department at Oklahoma State University in 1972. Faulk is the author andco-author of numerous articles and books, including Land of Many Frontiers (1968)and North America Divided: The Mexican War (1972), both of which were nominated forthe Pulitzer Prize.

Contains and bulks (1891-1962) with attendance books and miscellaneousmanuscript materials, including sermon notes, an 1891 charter, bulletins, financialmaterial, lists, and correspondence concerning the activities of the First PresbyterianChurch of Colorado City, Texas. Also includes minute books (1888-1962), correspondence,financial material, printed material, lists, and scrapbook material pertaining to varioussocieties associated with the church.Founded in 1881 by O. F. Rogers and W. J. Miller, this church is part of the Texas CentralPresbytery. First Presbyterian Church (Lubbock, Texas)Records, 1934-1964137 leaves

Contains scrapbooks with photographs and articles, correspondence, andbiographical data sheets concerning Fletcher Enterprises, Inc. Fletcher Enterprises began in Temple, Texas, in 1911 and has become one of America'slargest poultry firms. Flewellen, L. HPapers, 1875-1944 26,603 leaves

Consists of two journals kept by Flores on trips through Palo DuroCanyon and Tule Canyon in Texas, and to the Yaqui villages in Sonora, Mexico.An historian and educator, Flores was born in 1948 in Vivian, Louisiana. He earned hisPh.D. in history by Texas A&M University (1978), and has taught at Texas TechUniversity and the University of Montana at Missoula. Flores is the author of numerousbooks and journal articles, concerning American Environmental History. Floyd, Willie MPapers, 1890-1968880 leaves

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