An enthralling and candid memoir by award-winning journalist Jeannie Morris about Carol Moseley Braun's groundbreaking and tumultuous, yet ultimately victorious, 1992 US Senate campaign. Credited by Barack Obama as an important predecessor for his own campaigns, Moseley Braun is still the only African-American woman ever elected to the US Senate.
Beautiful debut cookbook from Jocelyn Delk Adams, nationally adored food blogger and a fresh new voice in home baking. Grandbaby Cakes offers 50 vintage cakes with modern twists, tracing the roots of her family's recipes with charming anecdotes and delicious results. A book perfect for passing from generation to generation.
A beautiful and detail-rich hardbound collection of Chicago Bears history, containing essays, box scores, reproduced articles, archival photographs, and various memorabilia for one of the NFL's most storied franchises.
The first paperback edition of Chef Laura Frankel's slow-cooker recipe book, beautifully repackaged and updated with a fresh, modern look. More than 120 convenient and flavorful recipes for kosher cooking, including seasonal ingredients for appetizers, soups, entrees, sides, and desserts.
Acclaimed economic journalist and current Belgian finance minister Johan Van Overtveldt, author of The End of the Euro, Bernanke's Test, and The Chicago School, makes the case for why the United States will continue to be the world's sole superpower well into the 21st century, fending off China, Europe, and Russia.
The lives of a reformed hit man, a crusading doctor, a genteel mobster, and a headstrong college student arrive at a fateful intersection in a sweltering Midwestern city amidst the turbulent social change of 1970.
Profiles of 25 influential chefs, farmers, and artisans who live and work in Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota. Featuring more than 50 seasonal recipes created by the award-winning chefs, including broad range of styles and techniques.
A witty, fascinating, and unprecedented account of black male identity as seen through our culture's perceptions of hair.
A cookbook featuring 50 recipes for pizzas, crusts, and unique topping combinations, as well as full-color history book, travel guide, and tribute to the people and places that made pizza one of our favorite foods the world over.
A collection of columns by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mike Royko, a legendary figure apart of Chicago's rich history of newspapermen, taken from his time at the Chicago Tribune.
More than 100 recipes in the most comprehensive, uniquely adaptable Indian cookbook available, from the author of the best-selling The Indian Slow Cooker and Vegan Indian Cooking.
Practical, straightforward advice for African-American families on how to deal with specific legal circumstances such as avoiding arrest, being arrested, being in custody, preparing for and going through a trial, and dealing with the appeals and parole process.