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Max Explores San Francisco

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Young readers can see the sights of various cities with Max, a loveable puppy, in this series of children's books that emphasize learning with simple shapes and vibrant colors. Readers will follow Max on his busy day of sightseeing with stops at historic landmarks and lesser-known locations found in each city. A young dog leads children on a tour through the City by the Bay From the Golden Gate Bridge to trolley cars, Max explores all there is to the city of San Francisco in this book that was created in partnership with the Children's Creativity Museum. A beautiful spread of the museum, along with the objects and sights to know in San Francisco, are included.
Category: Children's & Young Adult Fiction. ISBN: 9781629370057

Ivy, Homeless in San Francisco

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In this empathetic tale of hope, understanding, and the importance of family, children face the difficult issue of poverty and the many hardships of being homeless through an inspiring young heroine named Ivy. Ivy is a young girl who finds herself homeless on the streets of San Francisco when she and her father, Poppy, are evicted from his artist loft. Struggling to survive day to day, Ivy and Poppy befriend a dog who takes them to the ramshackle home of quirky siblings Eugenia and Oscar, making the start of some amazing adventures. The story relates a hopeful but realistic representation of homelessness that will appeal to young readers and give adults material to discuss with children.
Category: Children's & Young Adult Fiction. ISBN: 9781604863178

San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, San Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality. No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering viewsof the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hillsor such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the city's great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekersof fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: it's also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be differenta home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make today's San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johns's urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
Category: Travel. ISBN: 9781780239217

San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, “San Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality.” No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering views—of the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hills—or such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the city’s great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekers—of fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: it’s also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be different—a home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make today’s San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johns’s urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
Category: TRAVEL / General. ISBN:

San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, âSan Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality.â No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering viewsâof the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hillsâor such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the cityâs great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekersâof fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: itâs also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be differentâa home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make todayâs San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johnsâs urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
Category: TRAVEL / General. ISBN:

San Francisco

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San Francisco is a city designed for artists and wanderers. From North Beach, to Chinatown, to the cold, rough surf of Ocean Beach, to Marin, both visitors and lifelong residents have endless opportunities to explore new neighborhoods, buildings, environments, and cultures just by getting in the car, hopping on a cable car, or by simply walking around the block. In San Francisco: A Map of Perceptions, the architect Andrea Ponsi unravels the multifaceted beauty of one of America's favorite cities, introducing even those who have lived there for years to nuances often left unseen. Ponsi, a native of Florence who lived in San Francisco for many years, lyrically describes everyday life in the city, from a caf in North Beach where he sits next to Lawrence Ferlinghetti, to the de Young Museum ("a solid mass, a rough but elegant body, faceted but compact") and the Academy of Sciences ("an ethereal, transparent building, lace made of glass and slender columns"), to Alcatraz ("an abandoned ship, a Flying Dutchman set adrift that bears the signs of a life of torment"), and even to the buffalo who reside in Golden Gate Park. As with his book on Florence, Ponsi here reveals a deeply personal look at what it's like to live in and love a city. Having the unique perspective of having been both an insider and an outsider to San Francisco, he speaks to us in the way we dream an architect would, capturing the city's diverse yet emblematic structures through delicate watercolor and line drawings, while also offering poetic descriptions of the underlying smells, sounds, and light of its many neighborhoods. A perfect balance of text and illustrations, San Francisco: A Map of Perceptions offers not only a guide for those visiting or returning to the city but also a compelling invitation for residents to revisit the utterly unique place in which they live.
Category: Architecture. ISBN: 9780813936604

San Francisco

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This food biography focuses on how people have experienced the bounty of the City by the Bay.
Category: Social Science. ISBN: 9780759121515

San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, “San Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality.” No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering views—of the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hills—or such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the city’s great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekers—of fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: it’s also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be different—a home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make today’s San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johns’s urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
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San Francisco

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A local rock star once said, âSan Francisco is forty-nine square miles surrounded by reality.â No American city has such a broad sweep of staggering viewsâof the ocean, of a huge bay, of surrounding hillsâor such a high opinion of its own worth. San Francisco has always been rich, too; the cityâs great wealth has long underwritten the broadmindedness so vital to its charm. But there is much more to the City by the Bay than money and rarefied air, and, in San Francisco, Michael Johns intimately portrays the history and surprisingly complex sensibilities that give this small city its outsized personality. Johns explores how, despite its sophistication, San Francisco retains a frontier quality that has always attracted seekersâof fortune, power, pleasure, refuge, rebellion. Yet the city is more than irreverent, independent, and a bit outside the law: itâs also historically progressive, technologically innovative, and open to all kinds of people and ideas. As Johns shows us, San Francisco is an easy place to be differentâa home to the Beats and the hippies, a vibrant LGBT community and left-wing politics, the rise of Burning Man, and the creation of technologies that make todayâs San Francisco the City of Apps. From Haight-Ashbury to the Tenderloin, Chinatown to the Mission, Johnsâs urban journey blends historical narrative, personal reflections on the city today, and a treasure trove of images for a true San Francisco treat.
Category: TRAVEL / General. ISBN:

San Francisco in 100 Beautiful Photos

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ABOUT THE BOOK From the softly glowing morning fog rolling past the Golden Gate Bridge to the crisp twinkle of lights of the skyscrapers at night, one of the greatest joys of living in or visiting San Francisco is taking in the gorgeous shifts of light. We love to watch as the sky changes colors over the cityscape, plays against buildings, and sends shadows across the parks all throughout the city. These photos celebrate this light from the Pacific to the Bay, as it shines on our world-famous monuments and illuminates the diverse neighborhoods of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. MEET THE AUTHOR Nicole Bemboom is a San Francisco based writer. In addition to writing for the exciting new publisher Hyperink, she covers the best of modern craft and design for the online magazine Handful of Salt. She received her BA in Modern Literature from the University of California, Santa Cruz. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK San Francisco has an incredible history, from the Gold Rush to the development of buildings along the grid to the World's Fair. Sometimes the bright light during the day reminds us of sepia, faded polaroids, and of all the things that have passed. Buy a copy to keep reading!
Category: Art. ISBN: 9781614641278
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