Beacon Quick Picks

If you’re a fan of Hansen’s

“To Catch a Predator” television series, this is for you. The book details many of the encounters presented

on the show, but also highlights ways to help protect yourself or your family from online predators.,chris Hansen; To Catch a Predator

If you’re a fan of Hansen’s

“To Catch a Predator” television series, this is for you. The book details many of the encounters presented

on the show, but also highlights ways to help protect yourself or your family from online predators. Hansen discusses a predator’s motivation,

deterrents and treatments to the crime as well as ways to prevent becoming

a victim. He even goes so far as to provide an in-depth look at families who have discovered they are living with a predator, as well as giving profiles of child victims and what made them targets.

Pick up this book as the perfect companion to your favorite late-night guilty pleasure.

Stephen Farthing; 1001 Paintings You Must See Before You Die

Farthing, a painter and renowned art scholar, brings the audience into his world in this massive volume featuring

art, both famous and obscure. He pinpoints

1001 paintings, each one key in the history of art, ranging from ancient Egyptian works to French impressionism to American abstract masterpieces. This handy reference book of art from 4,000 B.C. to present day skillfully places each painting within its historic context for easy browsing. An art museum in its own right, 1001 Paintings You Must Before You Ddie will appeal to art enthusiasts and amateurs alike.