n.1.Authorship; literary skill.
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Ibadan: Bookcraft (pb 20 [pounds sterling]--978 978 8457 15 2).
2013--Co-Winners: Arndt Michael, India's Foreign Policy and Multilateralism, Palgrave MacMillan, 2013 and Toyin Falola, Ibaden: Foundation, Growth, and Economic Change, 1830-1860, Bookcraft Publishers, 2012
Put your name down at the ParkLives website Bookcraft Fridays at Birmingham Museumand ART GALLERY Design your own book cover and enter a competition in this weekly free workshop, which runs every Friday at 11am until September 2.
Nigeria's Bookcraft publishes the collection under Crucible of the Ages: Essays in Honour of Wole Soyinka at 80, complimenting it with over forty mostly exclusive photos of Soyinka's activities and encounters with global leaders in the last half-century, and the UK-based Ayebia Clarke Publishing Ltd is publishing its own version.
LDS Collectors Library includes several LDS Church periodicals of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and hundreds of books from the two major commercial LDS publishing houses, Deseret Book and Bookcraft.
1998), Mediating in Cyprus: The Cypriot Communities and the United Nations, Great Britain: Bookcraft Ltd.
12) Wilford Woodruff, The Discourses of Wilford Woodruff (Salt Lake City, UT: Bookcraft, 1969), 322-23.
McConkie, Mormon Doctrine (Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1966), 2nd ed.
The best book we've found is, Passport to Survival by Esther Dickey, Bookcraft, Inc.
But before he did so, he published monograph-length chapters on Kirillov's physical structures (chapter 2) and economy (chapter 1), and, in three journal installments, four-fifths of chapter 4 on the Beloozero cloister's communal and cell life, as well as some specific and general materials which might have served as the base for an eventual chapter 6 on its bookcraft (knizhnost').
Ikeja Nigeria: Special Events Limited in Associ--ation with Bookcraft, 2006.
In addition, Why I Believe (Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 2002), a collection of personal testimonies of faith by prominent Mormons includes entries written by Mormon sports figures Andy Reid, Steve Young, LaVell Edwards, and Danny Ainge.