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What Would Keith Richards Do?: Daily Affirmations from a Rock and Roll Survivor

by Jessica Pallington West

The definitive guide to Keithism, the religious wisdom inspired by the one true prophet of our time: Keith Richards.


A Nuclear Family Vacation: Travels in the World of Atomic Weaponry

by Nathan Hodge & Sharon Weinberger

"[Hodge and Weinberger] succeed admirably ... in calling attention to the crucial public debates that are not taking place. The questions they pose are significant and overdue; the answers they receive unsettling."-...


Disordered World: Setting a New Course for the Twenty-first Century

by Amin Maalouf

Revered intellectual, novelist, and humanist Amin Maalouf looks at a world divided in a time when common threats should unite us, examining a history of tensions and presaging the dawn of a new age.


Rambunctious Garden: Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World

by Emma Marris

A radical new look at conservation that will upend our long-held beliefs about what nature is and how to manage it.


The Great Warming: Climate Change and the Rise and Fall of Civilizations

by Brian Fagan

In this New York Times bestseller, Brian Fagan shows how climate transformed-and sometimes destroyed-- human societies during the earth's last global warming phase.


City Boy: My Life in New York During the 1960s and '70s

by Edmund White

An irresistible literary treat: a memoir of the social and sexual lives of New York City's cultural and intellectual in-crowd in the tumultuous 1970s, from acclaimed author Edmund White.


My Side of the Story: A Novel

by Will Davis

In this dazzling debut, Will Davis brings to life the funniest English schoolboy since Adrian Mole.


Talk to the Snail: Ten Commandments for Understanding the French

by Stephen Clarke

Don't go to France without reading this book!


Forest Born

by Shannon Hale

Rin, Razo's little sister, is haunted by the Forest she has always loved. When Razo invites her back to the city to be one of Queen Ani's waiting women, she happily accepts...only to end up on the adventure...


White Angels: Beckham, the Real Madrid, and the New Football

by John Carlin

A look at soccer superstar David Beckham, the Real Madrid team he joined in 2003, and at how this combination has forever changed the face of the world's most popular sport.


A Year in the Merde

by Stephen Clarke

An urban antidote to A Year in Provence, Stephen Clarke's book is a

laugh-out-loud account of a year in the life of an expat in Paris-for

Francophiles and Francophobes alike.


Slumberland

by Paul Beatty

"Slumberland" is laugh-out-loud funny and its wit and satire can be burning...There are incredible moments of tenderness... Beatty is a kind of symphonic W.E.B. Du Bois." -Los Angeles Times


Storms of My Grandchildren: The Truth about the Coming Climate Catastrophe and Our Last Chance to Save Humanity

by James Hansen

An urgent and provocative call to action from the world's leading climate scientist-speaking out here for the first time with the full story of what we need to know about humanity's last chance to get off the...


The Disappearance Boy

by Neil Bartlett

Reggie Rainbow got his name at the orphanage. He had polio as a child, and seventeen years of using crutches have given him strong hands and nimble fingers. It is this dexterity, perfect for illusions, which...


Wanderwords: Language Migration in American Literature

by Ellah Wakatama Allfrey & Wole Soyinka

In 2014, UNESCO's World Book Capital is Port Harcourt, Nigeria-the first city in Africa to receive the designation by public bid.

This makes it a special year for the Port Harcourt Book Festival, which will...


UNBORED Games: Serious Fun for Everyone

by Joshua Glenn, Elizabeth Foy Larsen & Tony Leone

UNBORED Games has all the smarts, creativity, and DIY spirit of the original UNBORED (�It's a book! It's a guide! It's a way of life!� -Los Angeles Magazine), but with a laser-like focus on the activities...


The Bridge: The Building of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

by Gay Talese

Toward the end of 1964, the Verrazano Narrows Bridge-linking the New York City boroughs of Brooklyn and Staten Island with New Jersey-was completed. Fifty years later, it remains an engineering marvel. At 13,700...


Brother of the More Famous Jack: A Novel

by Barbara Trapido

Back in print, the debut novel that redefined the coming-of-age genre, now with an introduction by New York Times bestselling author Maria Semple.

Ask today's favorite novelists what books influenced their writing...


Far as the Eye Can See

by Robert Bausch

Bobby Hale is a Union veteran several times over. After the war, he sets his sights on California, but only makes it to Montana. As he stumbles around the West, from the Wyoming Territory to the Black Hills...


The Prince's Boy: A Novel

by Paul Bailey

In May 1927, nineteen-year-old Dinu Grigorescu, a skinny boy with literary ambitions, is newly arrived in Paris. He has been sent from Bucharest, the city of his childhood, by his wealthy father to embark upon...