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Passion for Pizza

Passion for Pizza

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.

Gangsters & Grifters

Gangsters & Grifters

A collection of vintage Chicago Tribune crime photographs, featuring infamous gangsters, small-time bandits, crooks, and wise guys.

The Perfect Croissant

The Perfect Croissant

The ideal gateway for anyone looking to start baking croissants in bold and exciting ways. Complete with illustrated, easy-to-follow instructions, this book's wide variety of sweet and savory recipes contains treats for everyone, from the seasoned pastry chef to the everyday brunch host.

Imagine This

Imagine This

Maxine Clair delivers a book that is one part memoir, and one part guide to the craft of plying creativity in Imagine This.

Mike Royko: The Chicago Tribune Collection 1984–1997

Mike Royko: The Chicago Tribune Collection 1984–1997

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.

Holiday Cookies

Holiday Cookies

A collection of the best recipes from the Chicago Tribune's annual holiday cookie contest, featuring delicious traditional and contemporary recipes as tested by the newspapers' award-winning food writers.

The Secrets of Living and Loving with Diabetes

When you or a loved one has diabetes, it can bring stress, tension, and worry into your relationship. Using current medical information, skill-building exercises, questionnaires, personal anecdotes, and humor, The Secrets of Living and Loving with Diabetes helps readers gain control of their diabetes and reach a new level of confidence in their relationships.

In this book, three experts deliver advice on issues such as handling nagging friends and relatives, injecting insulin discreetly while dining out, bringing up the subject of blood sugar highs and lows before turning out the bedroom lights, and avoiding diabetes urgencies becoming emergencies. Also included are practical tools like exercises, quizzes, questions, checklists, and coping strategies.

According to the American Diabetes Association, over 29 million people in the US have diabetes—nearly 10% of the population. There is a great urgency to not only better understand the physical effects of diabetes, but the emotional and interpersonal ones as well. The Secrets of Living and Loving with Diabetes helps readers take control of their diabetes; deal with fears, feelings, and emotions; enlist support from family, friends, and online resources; have diabetes and a fulfilling sex life; and discover the communication tools needed to build better relationships.

Indian for Everyone

Indian for Everyone

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.

Ask Tom Why

Ask Tom Why

An informational collection of weather-related articles from Chicago's renowned WGN chief meteorologist, Tom Skilling. Answering questions on all matters related to the sky (weather patterns, storms, clouds, wind, etc.), this book will inform and entertain anyone interested in weather.

Justice While Black

Justice While Black

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.

Drew Peterson: The Tribune Files

Drew Peterson: The Tribune Files

A collection of Chicago Tribune newspaper articles detailing the case and trial of Drew Peterson, the man convicted of murdering his third wife, Kathleen Savio, and who is widely suspected of being responsible for the disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson.

Speaking of Murder

Speaking of Murder

A gripping, suspenseful murder mystery about a twisted serial killer who is inspired to kill a unique group of victims: motivational speakers.

Culture Worrier: Selected Columns 1984–2014

The first collection of columns from the Pulitzer Prize-winning and nationally syndicated journalist Clarence Page, touching on politics, social commentary, pop culture, new media, race, and family.

Chicago Portraits

Chicago Portraits

An exploration of Chicago and Chicagoans, told through photographic portraits compiled from the Chicago Tribune's vast historical archives.

Who Killed the Candy Lady?

Who Killed the Candy Lady?

The true story of the unsolved murder of candy heiress Helen Brach, who disappeared in February 1977.

Portraits in Jazz

Portraits in Jazz

Portraits in Jazz is a collection from award-winning Chicago Tribune writer Howard Reich profiling 80 jazz performers from the past 40 years.

The Google Boys: Sergey Brin and Larry Page In Their Own Words

The Google Boys: Sergey Brin and Larry Page In Their Own Words

A collection of thought-provoking direct quotes from Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the founders of Google, on topics related to business, entrepreneurship, and life.

Depth of Field

Depth of Field

From photojournalist Alex Garcia, this ebook is a comprehensive and useful handbook on how to become a better photographer.

The Green City Market Cookbook

The Green City Market Cookbook

The Green City Market Cookbook is the first collection of recipes from the premier Midwest farmers market.

Beyond the Ivy

Beyond the Ivy

As a tribute to Wrigley Field's 100th birthday, the Chicago Tribune has collected a series of articles and photographs from the newspaper's vast historical archives detailing and celebrating the ballpark's rich history.