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Food and Loathing

by Betsy Lerner Simon & Schuster (January 28, 2003)

Never before Food and Loathing has the intimate relationship between mood swings and food swings been so honestly chronicled. As a bright but chubby girl, Betsy Lerner believed that thinness was the key to success...


The Look Book

by Glenn Dixon, Michael Bennett, Md, Sarah Bennett & Genevieve Graham et al. Simon & Schuster (January 30, 2017)

Navigating the mysteries of the heart, The Look Book offers a road map for every stage of love with the best in fiction and nonfiction from across the Spring 2017 Simon & Schuster Canada list.

Travel to Verona,...


No Way Renee

by Renee Richards & John Ames Simon & Schuster (February 06, 2007)

In 1975, at the age of forty, Richard Raskind, a renowned eye surgeon and highly ranked amateur tennis player, "died," and Renée Richards was "born," in what was to become the most public and highly scrutinized...


The Greatest Minds and Ideas of All Time

by Will Durant Simon & Schuster (October 29, 2002)

A wise and witty compendium of the greatest thoughts, greatest minds, and greatest books of all time -- listed in accessible and succinct form -- by one of the world's greatest scholars.

From the "Hundred Best...


The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time

by William Safire Simon & Schuster (June 29, 2004)

For the past twenty-five years Americans have relied on Pulitzer Prize-winning wordsmith William Safire for their weekly dose of linguistic illumination in The New York Times Magazine's column "On Language"...


The Hypomanic Edge

by John D. Gartner Simon & Schuster (March 01, 2005)

Why is America so rich and powerful? The answer lies in our genes, according to psychologist John Gartner.

Hypomania, a genetically based mild form of mania, endows many of us with unusual energy, creativity,...