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The story of a recently discovered portrait of a young William Shakespeare traces its origins and history to discuss how it came into being, its possession by the same family for more than four hundred years, the painstaking forensic study that confirmed its age, and the plausibility of its authenticity. 20,000 first printing.

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9780743249324 | Free Pr, April 1, 2004, cover price $27.00 | About this edition: The story of a recently discovered portrait of a young William Shakespeare traces its origins and history to discuss how it came into being, its possession by the same family for more than four hundred years, the painstaking forensic study that confirmed its age, and the plausibility of its authenticity.

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9781416567912 | Free Pr, June 25, 2007, cover price $25.95

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Product Description: In 28, Stephanie Nolen, the Toronto Globe and Mail's Africa Bureau Chief, puts a human face on the crisis created by HIV/AIDS in Africa. Through riveting anecdotal stories, Nolen brings to life people involved in every aspect of the crisis and explores the effects of an epidemic that well exceeds the Black Plague in magnitude, a calamity ongoing just a 747-flight away...read more

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9780802715982 | Walker & Co, May 1, 2007, cover price $25.95 | About this edition: The author offers twenty-eight profiles of African men, women, and children caught up in the AIDS crisis and looks at the relationship among the AIDS epidemic, famine, and the violent internecine conflicts across the continent.

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9780802716750 | Walker & Co, April 29, 2008, cover price $15.99 | About this edition: In 28, Stephanie Nolen, the Toronto Globe and Mail's Africa Bureau Chief, puts a human face on the crisis created by HIV/AIDS in Africa.

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A female world-record-setting pilot, Jerrie Cobb was recruited in 1959 to take the astronaut tests. She excelled, so the doctor who supervised the selection of NASA's Mercury astronauts recruited additional female pilots. Twelve performed exceptionally. Stephanie Nolen tracked down eleven of the surviving 'Fellow Lady Astronaut Trainees'' and learned the story of those early days of the space race and the disappointment when, in 1961, the women were grounded.

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9781568582757 | Basic Books, July 29, 2003, cover price $22.95 | About this edition: NASA's secret all-female astronaut training program is chronicled in this look at an intensive two-year program that seemed to suggest a genuine interest in training female astronauts until the program was unexpectedly shut down.

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9781568583198 | Basic Books, October 20, 2004, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: A female world-record-setting pilot, Jerrie Cobb was recruited in 1959 to take the astronaut tests.

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