Thirty years after its publication, The Death and Life of Great American Cities was described by The New York Times as "perhaps the most influential single work in the history of town planning....[It] can also be seen in a much larger context. It is first of all a work of literature; the descriptions of street life as a kind of ballet and the bitingly satiric account of traditional planning theory can still be read for pleasure even by those who long ago absorbed and appropriated the book's arguments."
"Dated But Relevant"
For nearly two generations, this translation of the Tao Te Ching has been the standard for those seeking access to the wisdom of Taoist thought. Now Jane English and her long-time editor, Toinette Lippe, have refreshed and revised the translation, so that it more faithfully reflects the Classical Chinese in which it was first written, while taking into account changes in our own language and eliminating any lingering infelicities.
Werewolves, witches and vampires inhabit these scary stories and frightening folk tales told by Grammy-nominated storyteller and performer Milbre Burch. Featuring stories from Jane Yolen, Richard Matheson, Joseph Jacobs, Ursula K. LeGuin, and Helen Eustis. Recommended for ages 13+.