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The Dogs of Central Park

by posted Friday, August 10th 2012.

The Dogs of Central Park
Meet the four-legged friends who frolic, walk, and romp in New York City’s biggest playground. Move over Westminster! There’s a live canine show happening in Central Park seven days a week, 365 days a year. On top of the 25 million people who visit New York’s iconic park each year are those with an extra

Birds of Central Park

by posted Thursday, August 9th 2012.

Birds of Central Park
Central Park is an 843-acre oasis in the middle of Manhattan’s vast network of steel, concrete, and glass. It is also, according to the New York City Audubon Society, one of the top ten birding spots in America. More than 200 species pass through the park on their migratory routes each spring and fall, close

Central Park Rendezvous (Romancing America)

by lostartist posted Thursday, August 9th 2012.

Central Park Rendezvous (Romancing America)
Welcome to the Big Apple where four generations of heroes find a love that never ends. Home from Afghanistan, Sean Wolfe is avoiding his dreams. Will Jamie Russo and an old coin give him new hope? Once betrayed by love, Alan James is embittered. Will a sweet reunion in Central Park heal his broken heart?

The Central Park Five: A Chronicle of a City Wilding

by posted Thursday, August 9th 2012.

The Central Park Five: A Chronicle of a City Wilding
A riveting, in-depth account of one of New York City’s most notorious crimes. On April 20, 1989, the body of a woman is discovered in Central Park, her skull so badly smashed that nearly 80 percent of her blood has spilled onto the ground. Within days, five black and Latino teenagers confess to her rape

Central Park (The Austen Series, Book 3)

by posted Wednesday, August 8th 2012.

Central Park (The Austen Series, Book 3)
First Impressions, book #1 in Debra White Smith’s Austen series, sold more than 30,000 copies in four months! Now Central Park follows with an intriguing, modern–day story based on Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. Ethan Summers captivates Francine’s youthful heart. Drawn together by a love of learning, they become friends. But Francine dreams that Ethan will

A Knight in Central Park

by posted Tuesday, August 7th 2012.

A Knight in Central Park
The year is 1499. As Alexandra Dunn’s farmhouse is set ablaze, her grandfather places precious stones in her palm, telling her she has until the next full moon to return with a hero…a brave, chivalrous knight to help save her family. Familiar objects become a blur as she is swallowed in darkness. Suddenly Alexandra is

Central Park Serenade

by lostartist posted Tuesday, August 7th 2012.

Central Park Serenade
And the pigeons cooAnd the big dogs barkAnd the noises echothrough the park.Laura Godwin and Barry Root use lyrical verse and lush illustrations to take readers on a stroll through New York City’s Central Park. The picturesque sights, the rhythmic sounds-all of the park’s eclectic culture is captured beautifully.Central Park Serenade is a tribute to

Central Park in Black and White with Blue Pond, Photography Poster Print, 24 by 36-Inch

by posted Monday, August 6th 2012.

Central Park in Black and White with Blue Pond, Photography Poster Print, 24 by 36-Inch
Central Park in Black & White with Blue Pond, Photography Poster Print, 24 by 36

The Ramble in Central Park: A Wilderness West of Fifth

by lostartist posted Monday, August 6th 2012.

The Ramble in Central Park: A Wilderness West of Fifth
Winner of a Gold 2012 Book of the Year Award from ForeWord Magazine in the Nature categoryFor many New Yorkers, Central Park is Manhattan’s crown jewel and what makes the city livable year round. For tourists, this urban oasis is a must-see destination on any sightseeing visit. For acclaimed photographer Robert A. McCabe, Central Park

Central Park (Then and Now: New York)

by posted Sunday, August 5th 2012.

Central Park (Then and Now: New York)
Since it opened in 1858, Central Park has been one of New York’s most-photographed landmarks. However, while some of the park remains as it was then, much of the park’s landscape has changed over the years. Through historic images and contemporary photographs by Denise Stavis Levine, Central Park provides a previously unseen glimpse of the
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