Caryn Thurman • November 11th, 2005
Trying to figure out who wouldn't vote for Caleb Carr might be a fun game to play with the family during the holidays. Ok, probably not -- however if you're looking for something fun to pass around at the next family gathering, office party or intervention, you're in luck. The folks at BuK America
have introduced twelve new BuKs to their lineup. The new collection of portable, happy volumes
includes The Paradise of Children
by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Revelation: The King James Version, and The Constitution of the United States. Maybe you'd like to stuff Dracula's Guest
by Bram Stoker into someone's stocking? They've got that too. Keeping the spirit of pamphleteers alive, BuK America's idea of providing "intellectual candy for people on the go" is a unique and fun concept that is a bright spot amidst a boring blur of the same old tired publishing ploys.