Woody Guthrie is revealed to be as significant an artist as he was a song writer, poet, writer, and political activist in a collection of more than three hundred examples of never-before-published artworks and journal excerpts. 15,000 first printing.
The popular Colombian-American actor and comedian traces his childhood in Queens, early work on the New York comedy club circuit, relationships with fellow celebrities, and stage and screen successes. 50,000 first printing.
Recently revised for the latest wave of classical music fans, this popular introduction to the genre by NPR commentator Miles Hoffman teaches readers how to distinguish between good and bad performances, explains why opera was invented, and shares fascinating facts designed to heighten appreciation for the form. Original.
Collects the black-and-white photographs—many never before published—taken in 1956 by a photographer hired by RCA Victor to capture the movements of their new rising star, creating images that are spontaneous, unrehearsed, and completely without artifice.
A portrait of the private life and public career of Walt Disney ranges from his deprived youth, to his contributions to the art of animation, to his visionary creation of the first synergistic entertainment empire, to his reclusive and lonely private world.
A fortieth anniversary commemorative account of the making of the animated Peanuts classic features behind-the-scenes anecdotes, cast member commentaries, production notes, and reminiscences about the producer's relationship with Charles Schulz. Original. 50,000 first printing.
An acclaimed French pianist describes her life-changing first encounter with a wolf hybrid in 1991, her efforts to protect the threatened wolf species, and her foundation of a wolf preserve on the grounds of her New York State home.