Little Red Books

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    The Little Red Book of Hunter's Wisdom
    By Jay Cassell, By Peter Fiduccia
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The Little Red Book of Hunter’s Wisdom is packed full of thoughtful and witty quotes on the essence of man and his relationship to the hunt, with all its joys, idiosyncrasies, and challenges. Being a true hunter is a way of life, and this book is packed with memorable comments from men and women who... [READ MORE]
    The Little Red Book of Musician's Wisdom
    By Sheila E. Anderson
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Celebrating both the famous and the obscure from every genre of music—including classical, rock, Latin, country, blues, and hip-hop, The Little Red Book of Musician’s Wisdom offers a touching anecdote or pithy line for every musical occasion. Musicians, critics, DJs, and industry onlookers provide illuminating... [READ MORE]
    The Little Red Book of Teacher's Wisdom
    By Dianne Hodges
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Known for her motivational and humorous books, Diane Hodges provides the ultimate collection of inspirational quotes and reflective sayings designed to influence, encourage, and motivate educators. Complete with full-color illustrations, these quotes inspire teachers to step outside the guidelines and... [READ MORE]
    The Little Red Book of Cowboy Wisdom
    Edited by Stephen Brennan, Introduction by Johnny D. Boggs
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    From real, larger-than-life showmen like Buffalo Bill to silver-screen gunslingers like John Wayne, the cowboy has become an international symbol of honor, adventure, valor, daring, and courage. The era of the cowboy lasted from roughly just before the Civil War to the turn of the century, but it created... [READ MORE]
    The Little Red Book of Running
    By Scott Douglas, Foreword by Amby Burfoot
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Scott Douglas offers the advice he’s gleaned from three decades of running, from twenty years as a running writer, and from the deep connections he’s made with top runners and coaches around the country and around the world. The 250 tips offered here are the next best thing to having a personal coach... [READ MORE]
    The Little Red Book of New York Wisdom
    By Ed Koch, With Gregg Stebben
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Whether you love its pace or are mystified by its immensity, New York City has a seemingly limitless capacity to spark both refreshingly blunt observations and eloquent descriptions of its daily life and motion. It has inspired countless artists, musicians, and even politicians, all of whom embody the... [READ MORE]
    The Little Red Book of Horse Wisdom
    Edited by Yvette Grant, Introduction by Buck Brannaman
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Many first-time horse owners start out thinking they’ll teach their animals a thing or two; but eventually most horse lovers end each day impatient to find what their horse will teach them next. Share in hundreds of pearls of horse wisdom and discover what the pros have learned from these mighty animals.... [READ MORE]
    The Little Red Book of Baseball Wisdom
    Edited by Wayne Stewart, Foreword by Roger Kahn
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Novelist W. P. Kinsella wrote that baseball is “a game where little gems of wisdom or whimsy can be created in the dugout, the bullpen, or the press box during long, hot afternoons and evenings of baseball.” The Little Red Book of Baseball Wisdom unearths a treasury of quotes reflecting more than a century’s... [READ MORE]
    The Little Red Book of Grandmother's Wisdom
    Edited by Holly Rubino
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    For first-timers, veterans, or those hoping to join the ranks real’ soon, here is a collection of more than 250 memorable quotations that capture the ups and downs and all points in between of what it means to be a grandmother and the inherent wisdom, power, and grandchildren-spoiling privileges that... [READ MORE]
    The Little Red Book of Yoga Wisdom
    Edited by Kelsie Besaw
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, the word yoga means “spiritual discipline.” Modern yoga is thought of mainly in the context of its postures, but the actual meaning of yoga goes much deeper than that. Though its exact history is unknown, the first recorded instance appears in ancient Shamanism, a... [READ MORE]
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