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Named best free program for schools by Scholastic's Instructor magazine, Studentreasures supports today's schools by developing tomorrow's authors, and preserving memories forever by publishing keepsake hardbound books.
The Society of Biblical Literature publishes the paperbound edition; Brill publishes the hardbound.
com The third volume of The Library of America's definitive edition of Philip Roth's collected works, Philip Roght Novels 1973-1977 contains "The Great American Novel" (1973), "My Life as a Man" (1974) and "The Professor of Desire" (1977) under one hardbound cover, with an inset ribbon bookmark.
The guide is included in the AICPA subscription service and also is available in individual, hardbound copies (product no.
Paper-covered edition, $25; hardbound edition, $35.
org Henry James Novels 1901-1902 is the fifth volume of the Library of America edition of the complete novels of Henry James, collecting "The Sacred Fount" and "The Wings of the Dove" into one compact and affordable hardbound volume with an inset ribbon bookmark.
The ALI-ABA (Philadelphia, PA) has published Flexible Trusts and Estates for Uncertain Times, a 400-page hardbound volume that is designed to guide estate planners to "the best estate planning solutions for their clients," the ALI-ABA said.
As a hardbound novella, ``Pafko at the Wall'' is a piece of work that stands alone - as alone as the Dodgers left fielder at the base of the Polo Grounds wall watching Bobby Thomson's game-winning homer sail into the lower deck on Oct.