Polish Holiday Cookery
by Robert Strybel
Polish Holiday Cookery acquaints readers with traditional Polish foods associated with various occasions and furnishes countless cooking tips and serving suggestions. This "instruction manual for the culturally aware Polish American" offers more than 400 recipes, along with a lexicon of basic foods and culinary concepts, ingredients and procedures, and sample menus. The clearly-written recipes facilitate the preparation of the dishes and their incorporation in the Polish-American mainstream culture.
Fighting Warsaw: The Story of the Polish Underground State 1939-1945
by Stefan Korbonski
"Absorbing, inspiring...The book, which is detailed and written with humor, modesty, and a surprising lack of rancor, makes it quite plain that there is an indomitable quality in the Poles."
--The New Yorker
Polish-English / English-Polish Practical Dictionary
by Iwo C. Pogonowski
This bestselling dictionary, now revised, reset and redesigned, features over 31,000 entries, and is perfect for students and travelers.
Treasury of Polish Love Poems: Volume 2
by Mirosław Lipiński, editor and translator
The works of more than 30 of Poland’s finest poets, including Nobel Prize winner Wislawa Szymborska and renowned poets Adam Wickiewicz, Zygmunt Krasiński, and Bolesław Leśmian, appear in this bilingual compilation, with side-by-side Polish and English text.
by Ewa Wanasz-Bialasiewicz of Eurolingua
An up-to-date language instruction guide for students with little or no background in Polish. This book also teaches about the country's history and culture, including social customs, restaurant practices and other daily tasks. Also provided are the basic language skills, vocabulary, grammar and phrases needed to move freely in Poland.