Posted in Art Nonfiction

Bekah O`Neill „Kandinsky: the life and works of Kandinsky: a compilation of works from the Bridgeman Art Library“

This book  was issued in the super series of Bridgeman Art Library. Wassili Kandisky has…

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James Ramsden ”Great British Pub Food”

James Ramsden introduces British Pub culture and food in this colourful cookbook, that offers you…

Posted in Autobiography, Memoir Crime Mystery Nonfiction

Michelle McNamara “I’ll be Gone in the Dark”

An old Estonian proverb says that a good child has many names. As does the…

Posted in Nonfiction psychology

Julia Cameron „The artist’s way: a spiritual path to higher creativity“

Julia Camerons The Artist`s Way is a significant book even in the more than twenty…

Posted in Art Nonfiction

Josephine Cutts and James Smith „Van Gogh“

Vincent van Gogh (1853–1890) was a Dutch post-impressionist painter. In his lifetime, he was little…

Posted in Art Estonia Nonfiction

„Metsa ja mere vahel. Eesti loodusmaal / Between the Forest and the Sea. Estonian Landscape Painting“

This great art album provides an insight into Estonian landscape painting. It is based on…

Posted in Estonia Nonfiction

Hilary Bird „TARTU : five walks into history: out and about in the City of Great Ideas“

I recomend a book about Estonian second large city Tartu (about 18o km from Tallinn)….

Posted in Autobiography, Memoir Biology Nonfiction Philosophy

Derrick Jensen „A Language Older Than Words“

Derrick Jensen is a writer, ecophilosopher and environment activist. „A Language Older Than Words“  shows…

Posted in Autobiography, Memoir Health Nonfiction

Paul Kalanithi „When Breath Becomes Air“

October, and the autumn in general, is probably the most fitting month to be reading…