Tide-mark books are noted for quality design and fine color reproduction. Our focus is on books that inspire or inform. Authors, please note that we are especially looking forward to publishing more in the category “Adventurous People Leading Unexpected Lives.”
Adventurous People Leading Unexpected Lives
Balanchine: Celebrating a Life in Dance
A tribute to 20th-century ballet’s most influential choreographer.
Dearest of Geniuses: A Life of Theodate Pope Riddle
This first definitive biography of one of America’s first successful female architects, Theodate Pope Riddle (1867–1946) is by Sandra L. Katz.
Art and Landscape
Sara Steele: Blueprints for Paradise
In addition to serving as the catalog for a retrospective of her art, the book includes an extended survey of Sara Steele’s work covering some 250 paintings.
Spirit Walker: JD Challenger and His Art
Features more than one hundred of JD Challenger's popular paintings made during the past decade and brought together here for the first time.
The Case for Heaven:
Near-Death Experiences as Evidence of the Afterlife
Does heaven exist? What is it like? Do angels guide you there? Will you see loved ones and relatives there? The Case for Heaven examines the nature of the afterlife as it is revealed through the near-death experiences of people from all walks of life. Author Mally Cox-Chapman documents the stories and examines the significance of their revelations.
A Dog’s Guide to Life, Lessons From "Moose"
Jack was a single father trying to make joint custody work for his young children and so he brought a spaniel puppy into their lives. Initially, Moose helped smooth out the rough parts of moving between two homes. For nine years, Moose was there with the family in good times and bad and, when he was gone, they realized the many life lessons they'd learned from him, beginning with #1: "Begin every day with excitement and anticipation." If you've ever had a dog, you know they wake at the crack of dawn, ready for action and eager to seek out new adventures. Illustrations by Deb Hoeffner add to the impact of these “lessons.” For all ages.
Beneath the North Atlantic
Remarkable photos of creatures living in the Atlantic Ocean with text about the biology of these fascinating beings or the meeting of diver/photographer Jonathan Bird with them.
Following Seas: Sailing the Globe Sounding a Life
This is the story of a sailing adventure that carried author Beth Leonard around the world and into a new career.
Setting Sail: Ten Thousand Years of Seafaring Adventure
By Luc Cuyvers, Setting Sail tells the 10,000-year story of mankind’s quest to cross the world’s oceans. The book accompanied a television program that aired on the Discovery Channel’s HD network. A DVD of the program is included with the purchase of this book.
Tall Ships: The Fleet for the 21st Century, 4th Edition
The fleet of tall ships continues to evolve and to explore the ever-changing horizons and domains of the “ocean-planet”. With ever-increasing audiences and the support of harbors large and small, the ships bring romance, adventure, and international friendship along with sail training. Since the last edition, some ships have been built, while others have been retired or lost at sea.
Photographs and descriptions of more than 210 tall ships.
The Lighthouse Companion Series
The Lighthouse Companion series includes guides to the lighthouses of Maine; Massachusetts and Rhode Island; and Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Archival and contemporary photographs combine with a fascinating history of the car through each of its F1 seasons.
This book chronicles “Schumy's” career from 1994 through 2004 in words and pictures, including a career timeline and listing of career highlights.
At a race now lost in the exhausts of time, a young woman was inspired to shelter her favorite driver with her umbrella, and an idea was born...
This photographic record traces Rossi's development (and hairstyles) year by year, featuring page after page of on-the-track action.
Wine and Food
Wine with Asian Food; New Frontiers in Taste
This exciting new guide to pairing wine with Asian Food presents a systematic approach readers can use to make matches with panache and confidence. The wine selection process reflects an understanding of the characteristics of wines and their interactions with the spectrum of Asian flavors and cooking techniques.
Wines of Italy
This is a complete guide to the grape varieties, growing regions, and classifications of Italian wine. More than a mere catalog of wines, Patricia Guy’s text offers history, food pairings, and recipes as homey as apple fritters and as exotic as venison with blueberries—prepared with wine, of course!
Yogurt : The Italian Way to Light, Delicious Cooking
Chef Marco Perez delivers yogurt dishes that range across every facet of the dinner menu, from aperitifs to desserts. More than sixty recipes are accompanied by superb photographs of the completed results.