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Bo Derek became one of the most popular sex symbols in the 1980s.

Bo Derek

Bo Derek

A horse lover and riding enthusiast since childhood. “Everything That Matters in Life I Learned from Horses”

Riding Lessons: Everything That Matters in Life I Learned from Horses

The ultimate male fantasy, the perfect 10 herself, Bo Derek tells all she's learned about men and relationships in this wise but racy guide to men, relationships, and oh yes, horses. As an animal lover and lifetime horseback rider, Bo uses her intuitive understanding of horses to explain the secrets of the male mind. Using her special relationships with horses as an analogy, Bo explores the foundations of intimate relationships such as trust, patience, and honesty. Her fresh approach offers astoundingly wise insight into the subtle and difficult dynamics of love, lust, and friendship. In her own clear and penetratingly honest voice she reveals the coping strategies she employed when faced with the death of her beloved husband of more than 20 years. In this beautiful first book Bo transcends her own physical beauty to reveal an inner wisdom and peace that will entertain, educate, and enlighten women of all ages.

All-American XII: Volume XII

Over the past eleven years, the photographer and filmmaker Bruce Weber and his partner Nan Bush have published the book series All-American featuring works by artists, photographers, essayists, poets, and personalities whose lives and accomplishments they wish to celebrate. Sometimes the subjects of All-American are already well known in their own right. But just as often the participants are relatively unknown, noteworthy because their stories or accomplishments reveal something that Weber and Bush believe will resonate with readers on a more personal level.

All-American Volume Twelve: A Book of Lessons presents an eclectic lineup of American talents whose potent personalities and creative works exemplify freedom, conviction and inspiration. The "lessons" of the book are discovered through their individual journeys--actor and activist Danny Trejo narrates his unlikely path to fame, Polly Mellen speaks to the importance of curiosity throughout her illustrious career as a fashion editor, and musician/producer Nile Rodgers sheds light on his hit-making alchemy. The evolving art scene in Detroit is considered from two perspectives--first through an examination of student works and the craft tradition at the Cranbrook Academy of Art, then through conversations with prominent arts organizations in the downtown area. The book also features tributes to the late Grove Press publisher Barney Rosset, the Chicago-based oral historian Studs Terkel and the socialite turned Taos activist Mabel Dodge Luhan. In addition to extensive original photography and interviews by Bruce Weber, All-American Volume Twelve: A Book of Lessons includes commissioned work by Poppy de Villeneuve and Carlos Charlie Perez, previously unpublished photographs by John Derek, and poetry by Frank O'Hara and Danielle Faith Green, a young Brooklyn-born writer.

This is the first year that All-American is published in conjunction with teNeues Publishing Group, bringing Bruce Weber's book to a much broader international audience.

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„"10" was amazing! I had no career before "10" and then all of a sudden I was able to do pretty much whatever I was able to do in the business.”

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