Authors: Richard Starks and Miriam Murcutt
Publisher: Lyons Press (2012)
Author: Laura Pedersen
Publisher: Fulcrum Publishing
Author: Jeryl Brunner
Publisher: Globe Pequot
ISBN-10: 0762771399: ISBN-13: 978-0762771394
Author: Doug Mack
Publisher: Perigee Trade
ISBN-10: 0399537325: ISBN-13: 978-0399537325
Author: Jack Kerouac
Publisher: Da Capo Press; Reprint edition (March 20, 2012)
Author: Janice Anderson,
illustrated by Oliver Burston
Publisher: Brainy Books Publishing House, Inc.
Publisher:Morgan James Publishing
The story of one woman’s journey to reconnect with herself.
A single photograph of an ancient building – the Gok Madarsa in Sivas – is all it took to trigger a teenaged Katherine Branning’s fascination with Turkey.
Yes, I Would Love Another Glass of Tea is worthwhile reading for those who have little knowledge of Turkey—with its multiple black-and-white photographs, on which Branning clearly prides herself, and its coverage of numerous topics relating to Turkey the work provides a useful overview of the country and its people.
Author: Rosita Forbes (edited with an introduction by Margaret Bald)
Forbes’ writing is remarkably fluent for the era in which she wrote, with the major difference from that of contemporary writing being the exceptional length of her sentences, which, however, in no way obscures the clarity of her meaning and the vividness of her descriptions
Author: Susanna Daniel
The story is in a beautiful
setting, and the author has a way of making the scenery come to
life. In fact, the descriptions at times are so breathtaking
that you feel like you’re reading poetry from the “masters.”
This is a welcome debut from an author who, if she keeps writing like
this, will be around for a long, long time to come