search for books and compare prices
Daniel De Vise has written 2 work(s)
Search for other authors with the same name
displaying 1 to 2 | at end
show results in order: alphabetically | oldest to newest | newest to oldest
cover image for 9781476747743
Product Description: A lively and revealing biography of Andy Griffith and Don Knotts, this “humorous, informative, and poignant book” celebrates the powerful real-life friendship behind one of America’s most iconic television programs and “shows how the magic was created” (Library Journal)...read more

Hardcover:

9780448090795, titled "Uncle Wiggily's Picture Book" | Grosset & Dunlap, April 1, 1989, cover price $11.95 | also contains Uncle Wiggily''s Picture Book | About this edition: A reprinting of the 1922 collection of thirty stories about the 'bunny rabbit gentleman' and his animal friends.

Paperback:

9781476747743 | Simon & Schuster, June 7, 2016, cover price $16.00 | About this edition: A lively and revealing biography of Andy Griffith and Don Knotts, this “humorous, informative, and poignant book” celebrates the powerful real-life friendship behind one of America’s most iconic television programs and “shows how the magic was created” (Library Journal).

cover image for 9781451685824
Product Description: The courageous memoir of a woman who was robbed of all her memories by a traumatic brain injury—and her more than twenty-five-year struggle to reclaim her life: “[A tale] of triumph in the search for identity” (The New York Times Book Review)...read more

Hardcover:

9781451685817 | Simon & Schuster, February 4, 2014, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: For fans of Susannah Cahalan’s Brain on Fire, the courageous memoir of a woman robbed of all her memories by a traumatic brain injury—and her more than twenty-five-year struggle to reclaim her life.

Paperback:

9781451685824 | Reprint edition (Simon & Schuster, February 17, 2015), cover price $15.99 | About this edition: The courageous memoir of a woman who was robbed of all her memories by a traumatic brain injury—and her more than twenty-five-year struggle to reclaim her life: “[A tale] of triumph in the search for identity” (The New York Times Book Review).

displaying 1 to 2 | at end