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Library programs are great opportunities for parents and children to bond over reading together. These amazing speakers’ books are enjoyed by audiences of all ages. In their engaging workshops, entertaining…
Bestselling author and and co-founder of Whole30, Melissa Urban, helps people end resentment, burnout, and anxiety and reclaim their time, energy, health, and relationships in her new book, The Book of Boundaries.
National Book Award winner Sigrid Nunez brings her singular voice to her new novel, The Vulnerables, which explores modern life, connection, and what happens when strangers are willing to open their hearts to each other.
Celebrated documentary filmmaker Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan trace the epic story of the buffalo in America, from prehistoric times to today, in this moving and beautifully illustrated work of natural history inspired by the PBS series American Buffalo.
Now in paperback, Pulitzer Prize winner Jane Smiley's novel A Dangerous Business is a terrific “mash-up of a Western, a serial-killer mystery, and a feminist-inflected tale of life in a bordello.” (Washington Post)
From the New York Times bestselling author of Streams to the Ocean comes a poignant new memoir about a remarkable mother-son bond and a moving meditation on the complexities of love.
From the co-author of the modern business classic All the Devils are Here comes a damning indictment of American capitalism—and the leaders that left us brutally unprepared for a global pandemic.