History remembers Robert F. Kennedy as a racial healer, a tribune for the poor, and the last progressive knight of a bygone era of American politics.
Edward O. Thorp is the father of card counting, and in Beat the Dealer he reveals the revolutionary point system that has been successfully used by professional and amateur card players for two generations.
Genetics and lifestyle are thought to be the two most important determinants of good health. But that is not the whole story. We have a second genome, our gut bacteria, that sets the dial on our bodies.
What better city to spend the Fourth of July than Philadelphia. For Mike and Kate, the holiday is all about hot dogs, history, and baseball.
Mike and Kate are in Miami visiting Kate's Uncle Oliver—and the Miami Marlins ballpark, of course.
Splash. A hit soars over the walls of the San Francisco ballpark on the bay and drops into the water.
Mike and Kate can’t wait to watch their rookie hero Dusty Martin in action. But something is throwing the Blue Jays’ star off his game.
Next up to the plate—book #6 in our early chapter book mystery series, where each book is set in a different American ballpark.Ivy-covered walls—they're the most famous part of the Chicago Cubs' historic ballpark, Wrigley Field.
Why is it always hard to fall asleep the night before an important meeting.
A Curious Man is the marvelously compelling biography of Robert “Believe It or Not” Ripley, the enigmatic cartoonist turned globetrotting millionaire who won international fame by celebrating the world's strangest oddities, and whose outrageous showmanship taught us to believe in the unbelievable.