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Don't Trade the Baby for a Horse: And Other Ways to Make Your Life a Little More Laura Ingalls Wilder

by Wendy McClure

A compendium of ways to capture the pioneer spirit of the classic American author from a Little House on the Prairie expert.

In her spirited memoir The Wilder Life, Wendy McClure strapped on her sunbonnet and...


God's Hotel: A Doctor, a Hospital, and a Pilgrimage to the Heart of Medicine

by Victoria Sweet

A medical “page-turner” that traces one doctor’s “remarkable journey to the essence of medicine” (The San Francisco Chronicle).

San Francisco’s Laguna Honda Hospital is the last almshouse in the...


When Captain Flint Was Still a Good Man

by Nick Dybek

A “powerful first novel” about “loyalty and moral choice within a crumbling family” (The Boston Globe).

Every fall, the men of Loyalty Island—like their fathers and grandfathers before them—still...


The Little Red Guard: A Family Memoir

by Wenguang Huang

A Washington Post Best of 2012 pick

"Delightful . . . a book that brings a corner of modern China alive."-The Wall Street Journal

When Wenguang Huang was nine years old, his grandmother became obsessed with...


Absolution

by Patrick Flanery

A bold and exciting literary novel set in South Africa that contemplates the elusive line between truth and self-perception.

Ambitious and assured, Absolution propels the reader to the final page in a drive...


Dream of Scipio

by Iain Pears

In national bestseller The Dream of Scipio, acclaimed author Iain Pears intertwines three intellectual mysteries, three love stories, and three of the darkest moments in human history. United by a classical...


I Wish Someone Were Waiting for Me Somewhere

by Anna Gavalda

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Ghost Map: The Story of London's Most Terrifying Epidemic--and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern World

by Steven Johnson

A National Bestseller, a New York Times Notable Book, and an Entertainment Weekly Best Book of the Year

From Steven Johnson, the dynamic thinker routinely compared to James Gleick, Dava Sobel, and Malcolm Gladwell,...


India Becoming: A Portrait of Life in Modern India

by Akash Kapur

A New Republic Editors' and Writers' Pick 2012

A New Yorker Contributors' Pick 2012

A Newsweek "Must Read on Modern India"

"For people who savored Katherine Boo's Behind the Beautiful Forevers."-Evan Osnos,...


The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin

by Masha Gessen

A chilling and unflinching portrait of one of the most fearsome figures in world politics.

 

       In 1999, the “Family” surrounding Boris Yeltsin went looking for a successor to the ailing and increasingly...


Everyday Enlightenment: The Essential Guide to Finding Happiness in the Modern World

by Gyalwang Drukpa

An engaging and practical guide to finding hapiness today, written by one of the most influential Buddhist leaders in the world.

 

“I love the modern world; we have so many opportunities to be...


The Conundrum

by David Owen

The Conundrum is a mind-changing manifesto about the environment, efficiency and the real path to sustainability.

Hybrid cars, fast trains, compact florescent light bulbs, solar panels, carbon offsets: Everything...


Who's in Charge Here?: How Governments Are Failing the World Economy (an eSpecial from Riverhead Books)

by Alan Beattie

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Other People We Married

by Emma Straub

In Other People We Married, Straub creates characters as recognizable as a best friend, and follows them through moments of triumph and transformation with wit, vulnerability, and dazzling insight. In “Some...


Charlotte Au Chocolat: Memories of a Restaurant Girlhood

by Charlotte Silver

Like Eloise growing up in the Plaza Hotel, Charlotte Silver grew up in her mother's restaurant. Located in Harvard Square, Upstairs at the Pudding was a confection of pink linen tablecloths and twinkling chandeliers,...


The Man Who Quit Money

by Mark Sundeen

A Walden for the 21st century, the true story of a man who has radically reinvented "the good life"

In 2000, Daniel Suelo left his life savings-all thirty dollars of it-in a phone booth. He has been living...


No One is Here Except All of Us

by Ramona Ausubel

In 1939, the families in a remote Jewish village in Romania feel the war close in on them. Their tribe has moved and escaped for thousands of years- across oceans, deserts, and mountains-but now, it seems, there...


Help at Any Cost

by Maia Szalavitz

The troubled-teen industry, with its scaremongering and claims of miraculous changes in behavior through harsh discipline, has existed in one form or another for decades, despite a dearth of evidence supporting...


Hannibal and Me: What History's Greatest Military Strategist Can Teach Us About Success and Failure

by Andreas Kluth

“Charming and fascinating.”—The Wall Street Journal

The life of Hannibal, the Carthaginian general who crossed the Alps with his army in 218 BCE, is the stuff of legend. And the epic choices he and his...


I Was Told There'd Be Cake

by Sloane Crosley

Wry, hilarious, and profoundly genuine, this debut collection of literary essays from Sloane Crosley is a celebration of fallibility and haplessness in all their glory.

From despoiling an exhibit at the Natural...