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After the Fall: A Novel

by Victoria Roberts

"This is a wonderful, forever book." —George Booth, cartoonist for The New Yorker After the Fall introduces us to a brilliantly eccentric family from New York’s Upper East Side. Pops, a self-made millionaire,...

Giving an Account of Oneself

by Judith Butler

What does it mean to lead a moral life?In her first extended study of moral philosophy, Judith Butler offers a provocative outline for a new ethical practice--one responsive to the need for critical autonomy...

We'll Meet Again: A Novel

by Mary Higgins Clark

“The mistress of high tension” (The New Yorker) and undisputed Queen of Suspense Mary Higgins Clark brings us another New York Times bestselling novel that she “prepares so carefully and executes with...

The Bill from My Father: A Memoir

by Bernard Cooper

Bernard Cooper's new memoir is searing, soulful, and filled with uncommon psychological nuance and laugh-out-loud humor. Like Tobias Wolff's This Boy's Life, Cooper's account of growing up and coming to terms...

Introduction to Syndemics: A Critical Systems Approach to Public and Community Health

by Merrill Singer

This book explains the growing field of syndemic theory and research, a framework for the analysis and prevention of disease interactions that addresses underlying social and environmental causes. This perspective...

Red Carpet Suicide: A Survival Guide on Keeping Up With the Hiltons

by Perez Hilton & Jared Shapiro

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

Dynasties: Fortunes and Misfortunes of the World's Great Family Businesses

by David S. Landes

From the author of the New York Times bestseller The Wealth and Poverty of Nations, a fascinating look at the crossroads of kin and coin

David S. Landes has earned a reputation as a brilliant writer and iconoclast...

Who Was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart?

by Yona Zeldis Mcdonough & Carrie Robbins

Born in Austria in 1756, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed his first piece of music, a minuet, when he was just five years old! Soon after, he was performing for kings and emperors. Although he died at the young...

Who Was Ferdinand Magellan?

by S. A. Kramer & Nancy Harrison

When Portuguese sailor Ferdinand Magellan set sail from Spain in 1519, he believed he could get to the Spice Islands by sailing west through or around the New World. He was right, but what he didn't know was...

Who Was Mark Twain?: Who Was?

by April Jones Prince & Nancy Harrison

A humorist, narrator, and social observer, Mark Twain is unsurpassed in American literature. Best known as the author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain, not unlike his protagonist, Huck, has...

Who Was Eleanor Roosevelt?

by Gare Thompson & Nancy Harrison

For a long time, the main role of First Ladies was to act as hostesses of the White House...until Eleanor Roosevelt.  Born in 1884, Eleanor was not satisfied to just be a glorified hostess for her husband,...

Who Was Charles Darwin?

by Deborah Hopkinson & Nancy Harrison

As a young boy, Charles Darwin hated school and was often scolded forconducting “useless” experiments. Yet his passion for the natural world was so strong that he suffered through terrible seasickness during...

Who Was Thomas Alva Edison?

by Margaret Frith & John O'Brien

One day in 1882, Thomas Edison flipped a switch that lit up lower Manhattan with incandescent light and changed the way people live ever after. The electric light bulb was only one of thousands of Edison’s...

Who Was Johnny Appleseed?

by Joan Holub & Anna DiVito

The perfect biography to "bite into" at the start of a new school year! Children are sure to be fascinated by the eccentric and legendary Johnny Appleseed, a man who is best known for bringing apple trees to...

The Etymologicon: A Circular Stroll Through the Hidden Connections of the English Language

by Mark Forsyth

Do you know why…

…a mortgage is literally a death pledge? …why guns have girls’ names? …why salt is related to soldier?

You’re about to find out…

The Etymologicon (e-t?-‘mä-lä-ji-kän) is:...

Madame X

by William Logan

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

Oddly Normal: One Family's Struggle to Help Their Teenage Son Come to Terms with His Sexuality

by John Schwartz

A heartfelt memoir by the father of a gay teen, and an eye-opening story for families who hope to bring up well-adjusted gay adults.

Four years ago, John Schwartz, a national correspondent at The New York Times...

A Cat in the Manger: An Alice Nestleton Mystery (InterMix)

Alice Nestleton #1

by Lydia Adamson

Available Digitally for the First Time

This Christmas, Alice Nestleton will discover that cat-sitting can be murder…

Off-Off Broadway actress-turned-sleuth Alice Nestleton is just crazy about cats, particularly...

A Cat of a Different Color: An Alice Nestleton Mystery (InterMix)

Alice Nestleton #2

by Lydia Adamson

Available Digitally for the First Time.

A mystery cat takes talented actress-turned-sleuth Alice Nestleton behind the scenes—for murder...

Beautiful Off-Off Broadway actress-sleuth Alice Nestleton gasps as...

Army of Evil: A History of the SS

by Adrian Weale

In Nazi Germany, they were called the Schutzstaffeln. The world would know them as the dreaded SS-the most loyal and ruthless enforcers of the Third Reich.

It began as a small squad of political thugs. Yet by...