New Nonfiction

Girl Decoded by Rana el Kaliouby: Egyptian American visionary and scientist provides an intimate view of her personal transformation as she follows her calling-to humanize our technology and how we connect with one another. Girl Decoded chronicles el Kaliouby’s journey from being a “nice Egyptian girl” to becoming a woman, carving her own path as she revolutionizes technology. But decoding herself-learning to express and act on her own emotions-would prove to be the biggest challenge of all.

The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio by Alexander Green: Provides readers with the necessary tools to manage their own money, enabling them to earn higher returns and save many thousands of dollars in investment cost over a lifetime of investing. Using a simple and safe strategy that requires 20 minutes a year to implement, readers will learn to take control of their investments and still have time to enjoy a leisurely life.

Quilled Animals by Diane Boden: Quilling is a traditional papercraft that has been popular for many years. This delightful book provides 20 easy yet imaginative designs covering a range of animals such as cats, dogs, sheep, a hippopotamus, a fox, giraffes and an alpaca, and includes three-dimensional designs. The projects will appeal to experienced quillers looking for new ideas and inspiration, as well as beginners who wish to take up this delightful craft.

Vibrant by Stacie Stephenson: With practical steps to improve everything from brain health and energy to immunity and weight, Vibrant introduces readers to a new way of looking at health, as something each person can control for themselves, rather than something that happens to them.

Beautiful Things by Hunter Biden: In Beautiful Things, Hunter recounts his descent into substance abuse and his tortuous path to sobriety. The story ends with where Hunter is today–a sober married man with a new baby, finally able to appreciate the beautiful things in life.

On the Bright Side by Melanie Shankle: Somewhere in the midst of online arguments and crazy politics and the ups and downs of life, we’ve lost sight of the gifts that are all around us: kindness, love, mercy, and joy. In On the Bright Side, Melanie Shankle reminds us of the unchanging principles we can count on in a changing world. These are lessons that Melanie has learned along the way about how to find all the joy that life has to offer – and why encouragement is never something to keep to ourselves.

The Ultimate Evil: the search for the Sons of Sam by Maury Terry: In this investigative story, first published in 1987, Terry details the chilling events, proving that Berkowitz was an affiliate of, and triggerman for, a Satanic cult known as the Process Church of the Final Judgment. Updated with Berkowitz’s recent confirmations from his prison cell, Terry untangles the web of information and shocking extent of the Process Church’s activities. Includes black-and-white photographs.

Killing the Mob by Bill O’Reilly: O’Reilly and co-author Martin Dugard trace the brutal history of 20th Century organized crime in the United States, and expertly plumb the history of this nation’s most notorious serial robbers, conmen, murderers, and especially, mob family bosses. Covering the period from the 1930s to the 1980s, O’Reilly and Dugard trace the prohibition-busting bank robbers of the Depression Era, such as John Dillinger, Bonnie & Clyde, Pretty Boy Floyd and Baby-Face Nelson

Lady Bird Johnson: Hiding in Plain Sight by Julia Sweig: Perhaps the most underestimated First Lady of the twentieth century, Lady Bird Johnson was also one of the most accomplished. Where no presidential biographer has understood the full impact of Lady Bird Johnson’s work in the White House, Julia Sweig draws on Lady Bird’s own voice in her White House diaries to place her at center stage and to reveal a woman ahead of her time–and an accomplished politician in her own right.


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