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DeLong, Candace
  (with Elisa Pedrini)
Special Agent

Del Vecchio, Gene
A Knight's Code of Business

Dunne, Dominick
Justice
Way We Lived Then (The)

Dye, Alice
From Birdies to Bunkers

Eberhart, George (editor)
Whole Library Handbook 3

Ellison, Brooke & Jean
Miracles Happen

Ferguson, Will
Hokkaido Highway Blues

Foss, Rene
Around the World in a Bad
   Mood

Fox, Jeffrey J.
How to Become a Great Boss
How toBecome a Marketing   
     Superstar

George, Elizabeth
Write Away

Gibson, Wesey
You are Here

Goldberg, Natalie
Writing Down the Bones

Greenlaw, Linda
Hungry Ocean (The)

Hitt, Jack
Off the Road

Holland Rogers, Bruce
Word Work

Howard, Clark
   with Mark Meltzer
Clark's Big Book of Bargains
Get Clark Smart

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What do you get when a Canadian teacher wants to hitchhike through Japan? A travel narrative called Hokkaido Highway Blues by Will Ferguson, of course!
Agatston, M.D., Arthur
South Beach Diet (The)

Anderson, Louie
The "F" Word

Beavan, Colin
Fingerprints

Beck, Martha
Expecting Adam

Bergen, Mark, with Molly
  Cox and Jim Detmar
Improvise This!

Bonaduce, Danny
Random Acts of Badness

Brillstein, Bernie
Where Did I Go Right?

Brown, Michael S.
What Color is Your Scarf?

Bryson, Bill
I'm a Stranger Here Myself
Walk in the Woods (A)

Canfield, Jack and 
  Mark Victor Hansen
6th Bowl of Chicken Soup...(A)
Chicken Soup for the Writer's 
   Soul

Carter, Betsy
Nothing to Fall Back On

Cole, Harriette
Choosing Truth

Collier, Marsha
eBay for Dummies

Cosby, Bill
Cosbyology



Random Acts of Badness is a refreshingly honest celebrity tell-all. Danny Bonaduce has no shame and it makes for an entertaining reading experience.
A paralyzing accident when she was 11 years old doesn't stop Brooke Ellison from achieving her Harvard dream. Miracles Happen is an inspirational read.