With her family, thirteen-year-old Erica Pickins moves to Hengrave Hall, a sixteenth-century English manor house. While exploring with her new friend Pedro, Erica walks through a chamber door…into the Year of Our Lord 1578.
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Musician David Vartabedian’s personal journey from criminal and convict to a mentor and inspiration for thousands provides the background to this guide written for those suffering from addiction but who are often reluctant to embark on a recovery couched in terms of religion.
We have added books to this list as new books have been published and older titles have come back into stock.
Rudolfo Anaya, dean of Chicano literature
Rudolfo Anaya has died at his home in Albuquerque. He was 82. Anaya was the author of Bless Me, Ultima and many other books set in his native New Mexico.
We remember meeting him at the Santa Barbara Book and Author Festival in 2004 on the occasion of his being awarded the Luis Leal Award for Distinction in Chicano/Latino Literature. A charming man. Read the obituary in the Los Angeles Times here.
by Jennifer Sammet and Hank Pitcher
Sullivan Goss, 2020.
The first comprehensive monograph on the work of this major Santa Barbara landscape artist.
Every week many new books are published. Don’t miss out. These lists of newly-published books are updated every Tuesday.