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Slide 0: Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt and the Four Freedoms
Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt and the Four Freedoms
Was: $45.00 Now: $34.99
In Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt and the Four Freedoms discover how Norman Rockwell's paintings of FDR's Four Freedoms—Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Want, Freedom from Fear—changed public perception, rallying millions of people to support the War effort. This pivotal American story of art inspiring a national movement drives home the power of illustrations to communicate ideas.
 
Slide 1: The Garden Club of America
The Garden Club of America
Was: $29.95 Now: $9.99
In 1904, Elizabeth Price Martin founded the Garden Club of Philadelphia. In 1913, twelve garden clubs in the eastern and central United States signed an agreement to form the Garden Guild. The Garden Guild would later become the Garden Club of America (GCA), celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2013. GCA is a volunteer nonprofit organization comprised of 200 member clubs and approximately 18,000 members throughout the country. The Garden Club of America: 100 Years of a Growing Legacy is a centennial celebration of strong women who nurtured the country, helped spread the good word of gardening, and continue to plant seeds of awareness.
 
Slide 2: 5000 Years of Tiles
5000 Years of Tiles
Was: $39.95 Now: $24.99
5000 Years of Tiles is a comprehensive, full-color exploration of tile art and production worldwide, from earliest times to the present day. Placing the tiles firmly in their historical and cultural context, the book highlights both continuity and diversity, the dissemination of techniques and designs, and how tile art in one time and place has inspired and rejuvenated those in others. 5000 Years of Tiles is the essential single volume for anyone interested in the ceramic, decorative, and architectural arts.
 
Slide 3: The Great Inka Road
The Great Inka Road
Was: $40.00 Now: $19.99
This compelling collection of essays explores the Qhapaq nan (or Great Inca Road), an extensive network of trails reaching modern-day Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. These roads and the accompanying agricultural terraces and structures that have survived for more than six centuries are a testament to the advanced engineering and construction skills of the Inca people. Beautifully designed and featuring more than 225 full-color illustrations, The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire, the companion volume to a National Museum of the American Indian exhibition of the same name, is a fascinating look at this enduring symbol of the Andean peoples' strength and adaptability.
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Slide 4: A Guide to Smithsonian Gardens
A Guide to Smithsonian Gardens
Was: $14.95 Now: $9.99
Many visitors are surprised to learn that the Smithsonian Institution includes extensive gardens and landscape areas. All have been designed to complement the museums they border and to enhance the overall museum experience of learning, appreciation, and enjoyment. A Guide to Smithsonian Gardens is a beautifully illustrated guide to the colorful and attractive gardens that surround the Smithsonian museums along the National Mall. Imagine having the Smithsonian's resources and knowledge to solve the problems that confront every gardener: growing roses without pesticides, holding four-season interest, experimenting with exotic plants, designing a garden that reflects the architecture around it, creating a contemplative space, recreating historic or themed gardens, and much more.
 
Slide 5: American Endurance
American Endurance
Was: $27.95 Now: $9.99
Richard A. Serrano, who has shared in three Pulitzer Prizes, including coverage of the San Bernardino terror attacks, wrote American Endurance: Buffalo Bill, the Great Cowboy Race of 1893, and the Vanishing Wild West. It is history, mystery, and Western all rolled into one. In June 1893, nine cowboys raced across a thousand miles of American prairie to the Chicago World's Fair. For two weeks they thundered past angry sheriffs, governors, and Humane Society inspectors intent on halting their race. Waiting for them at the finish line was Buffalo Bill Cody, who had set up his Wild West Show right next to the World's Fair that had refused to allow his exhibition at the fair.