[NEW ARRIVALS]Cook Yourself Thin: Skinny Meals You Can Make in Minutes…and moreCook Yourself Thin: Skinny Meals You Can Make in Minutes
Author: Lifetime Television
Genre: Health, mind and body
The ladies of Cook Yourself Thin, a new Lifetime reality show, offer 80 easy, accessible recipes in this companion cookbook that teaches readers how to cut calories without compromising taste.
The book also explains how readers can change diets and improve their overall health while continuing to eat the foods they love. It is not a fad diet.
Rather, it gives skinny alternatives to your cravings.
The Towering World of Jimmy Choo: A Glamorous Story of Power, Profits, and the Pursuit of the Perfect Shoe
Author: Lauren Goldstein Crowe
Genre: Business & investing
Jimmy Choo was a London shoemaker with a few famous clients when Tamara Yeardye, a London society girl, convinced him to launch a factory-produced luxury shoe line. The story of how the brand got to where it is today is one of love, hate, sex, fashion, finance, drugs, celebrity, power, intrigue and ambition. And every word of it is true.
Lost in the Meritocracy: The Undereducation of an Overachiever
Author: Walter Kirn
As a child, Walter Kirn quickly learned that school was not about learning; it was about reciting the code words teachers most wanted to hear a salient fact that will ring painfully (and shamefully) true to A-students everywhere. Kirn sprinkles his otherwise finely honed thesis with more typically memoir-ish recollections, which range from meandering to brilliant. But most of the book plays like Catcher in the Rye, this time from the point of view of one of Holden s dreaded phonies.