"The Ugly Duckling" is the classic contemporary story by Hans Christian Andersen about a duckling, notably larger, clumsier and uglier than the other ducklings in his brood. The story was first published in 1843.
"Born to Run: The Unseen Photos" -- $39.95
It has been more than thirty years since Bruce Springsteen's album Born to Run was released, but now a new book reveals the unseen photographs of that album photo shoot. This book contains over 100 black-and-white photographs drawn from the more than 700 that photographer Eric Meola took that day, including the cover shot. "Born to Run" is a must for any Bruce fan.
"Greetings from E Street" -- $35.00
Greetings from E Street is the first and only collective biography of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band written with participation from its members. In an illustrated interactive format, it celebrates the life and work of one of the world's best-loved bands. Over 200 photos, documents, handwritten notes, and souvenirs help give readers a full picture of one of the most iconic bands of all time.
"Bruce Springsteen on Tour" -- $39.95
"Bruce Springsteen on Tour" is a three-decade celebration of the greatest live performer of all time. It is a way to slow down the Springsteen phenomenon and hold onto a bigger piece of his legend than has been previously captured in print, photographs, recordings or on video. Authorized by Springsteen, it is an intimate look at the touring life of one of America's most beloved musicians from the man who knows him best.
Graceland: An Interactive Pop-Up Tour -- $40
Elvis Presley's beloved Graceland is celebrated in a new book, GRACELAND: An Interactive Pop-Up Tour (Quirk Books, $40), created by Chuck Murphy with a foreword by Priscilla Presley. The book is an illustrated pop-up tribute to one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. Readers can flip through a photo album, browse Elvis's record collection, change channels on the television or peek inside the refrigerator.
The Audrey Hepburn Treasures -- $49.95
A style icon, a humanitarian and an actress, Audrey Hepburn's legacy serves as a shining example to her legions of fans. Your fascination with the actress can be sated by The Audrey Hepburn Treasures. The book features never before seen family photos from the Hepburn estate along with reproductions of charming mementos and documents, including her "Breakfast at Tiffany's" script with hand-written notes, a letter she sent to her husband Mel Ferrer while preparing for "A Nun's Story" and a birth announcement marking the arrival of her first son. It also features more than 200 full-color and black-and-white images.