New Non Fiction Titles

The Complete Book of Home Organization by Toni Hammersley: Learn how to purge, sort, and “containerize” with simple, easy-to-use systems for improving and revitalizing living space.

Vietnam: an epic tragedy, 1945-1975 by Max Hastings: A political and military narrative of the entire Vietnam conflict, including testimony from warlords and peasants, statesmen and soldiers.

Capitalism in America by Alan Greenspan: Greenspan has made a science of understanding how the U.S. economy works, and now he distills what he has learned into a master reckoning with the decisive drivers of the US economy over the course of its history. In our time, growth has stalled, stirring up the populist furies… but there’s no better moment to apply the lessons of history.

The Indian World of George Washington by Colin Calloway: An authoritative, sweeping, and fresh new biography of the nation’s first president, Colin G. Calloway’s book reveals fully the dimensions and depths of George Washington’s relations with the First Americans.

Instant Pot Cookbook by Jennifer Smith: Jennifer smith is a cook with extensive work experience of more than 10 years in USA and UK restaurants. She uses both traditional ways of making dishes, and advanced techniques using the pressure cooker Instant Pot.

Big Week by James Holland: During the third week of February 1944, the combined Allied air forces based in Britain and Italy launched their first round-the-clock bomber offensive against Germany. Officially called Operation ARGUMENT, this aerial offensive quickly became known as “Big Week,” and it was one of the turning-point engagements of World War II.

Grand Improvisation by Derek Leebaert: A bold new view of the U.S. rise to supremacy, and its collision with a British Empire that wouldn’t step aside.

Israel: Island of Success: Against all odds, Israel is an island of success in the turbulent Middle East. Israel’s triumphs over huge difficulties and challenges, over the years, have only strengthened its ability to meet future challenges, which points toward growth and even greater success in the future.

Heirs of the Founders by H.W. Brands: The story of how America’s second generation of political giants–Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and John Calhoun–battled to complete the unfinished work of the Founding Fathers and decide the shape of our democracy.

Apostles of Revolution by John Ferling: Apostles of Revolution spans a crucial period in Western Civilization ranging from the American insurgency against Great Britain to the Declaration of Independence, from desperate engagements on American battlefields to the threat posed to the ideals of the Revolution by the Federalist Party.

The President’s Book of Secrets by David Preiss: Every day, a member of the CIA presents to the president a report detailing the most sensitive activities and analysis of world events. The story of the President’s Daily Brief–the PDB, in the jargon–is a window into the character of each president and his administration, and the degree to which his worldview and policy was shaped by the information from the security services.

New DVDs

Won’t You Be My Neighbor: This film by Academy Award winner Morgan Neville, takes an intimate look at Fred Rogers, a creative genius who inspired generations of children with compassion and limitless imagination. There hadn’t been anything like Mister Rogers on television before and there hasn’t been since.

The Predator: The hunt has evolved – and so has the explosive action – in the next chapter of the Predator series. Now, the most lethal hunters in the universe are stronger, smarter, and deadlier than ever before…and only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and an evolutionary biology professor can prevent the end of the human race.

Crazy Rich Asians: Follows New Yorker Rachel Chu as she accompanies her longtime boyfriend, Nick Young, to his best friend’s wedding in Singapore and meets Nick’s family for the first time. It soon becomes clear that the only thing crazier than love is family.

Peppermint: Young mother Riley North awakens from a coma after her husband and daughter are killed in a brutal attack on the family. When the system shields the murderers from justice, Riley sets out to transform herself from citizen to urban guerilla. Channeling her frustration into personal motivation, she spends years in hiding honing her mind, body and spirit to become an unstoppable force – eluding the underworld, the LAPD and the FBI – as she methodically delivers her personal brand of justice.  

Gotti: Gotti is the incredible true story of John V. Gotti’s rise to power to take the mantle of boss of the Gambino crime family to become the most dangerous criminal in modern history. While in prison, Gotti Sr. is forced to reexamine his life and put the needs of his family over those of “The Family.”

Christopher Robin: Winnie the Pooh and friends embark on a new adventure to help remind a grown-up Christopher Robin how to laugh again, for “sometimes doing nothing leads to the very best something.”

Mission Impossible: Fallout: Some missions are not a choice. On a dangerous assignment to recover stolen plutonium, Ethan Hunt chooses to save his team over completing the mission, allowing nuclear weapons to fall into the hands of a deadly network of highly-skilled Operatives intent on destroying civilization. Now, with the world at risk, Ethan and his IMF team are forced to become reluctant partners with a hard-hitting CIA agent as they race against time to stop the nuclear fallout.

The Equalizer 2: Robert McCall serves unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed – but how far will he go when it is someone he loves?

The House with a Clock in Its Walls: Tells the spine-tingling tale of 10-year-old Lewis, who goes to live with his uncle in a creaky old house with a mysterious tick-tocking heart.

Yellowstone: Season One: Revolves around the Dutton family, led by John Dutton, who controls the largest ranch in the U.S. that is under constant attack by those it borders: land developers, an Indian reservation and America’s first National Park. This is a world where land grabs make developers billions, and politicians are bought and sold by the world’s largest oil and lumber corporations. It is the best and worst of America seen through the eyes of a family that represents both.

New Non Fiction Titles

The First Days on the Eastern Front by Craig Luther: Luther narrates June 22 – one of the pivotal days of World War II – from the high command down to the tanks and soldiers at the sharp end, covering strategy as well as tactics and the vivid personal stories of the men who crossed the border into the Soviet Union that fateful day.

Love Defined by Kristin Clark: In this insightful, encouraging, and totally candid book, sisters Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird share a radically better and refreshingly biblical approach to navigating your love life. Covering topics such as true love, purposeful relationships, sex, boundaries, and singleness, Love defined will take you on a journey to discovering God’s good and original design for romance.

The Breakthrough by Charles Graber: Draws on the experiences of patients, physicians, and researchers to explain the revolutionary development of immunotherapy as a treatment for cancer and how that information is being harnessed to create more effective patient therapies.

Napoleon by Adam Zamoyski: Here, historian Adam Zamoyski cuts through the mythology and explains Napoleon against the background of the European Enlightenment, and what he was himself seeking to achieve. This most man is also the most hidden of men, and Zamoyski dives deeper than any previous biographer to find him. Beautifully written, Napoleon brilliantly sets the man in his European context.

The Price of Greatness by Jay Cost: In the history of American politics there are few stories as enigmatic as that of Alexander Hamilton and James Madison’s bitterly personal falling out over the meaning of the Constitution. Jay Cost shows that each man in his own way came to accept corruption as a necessary cost of growth. The Price of Greatness reveals the trade-off that made the United States the richest nation in human history, and that continues to fracture our politics to this day.

The Complete Book of Clean by Toni Hammersley: Learn the best seasons to tackle home projects, storage solutions to simplify the process and teach even the messiest kids to clean up after themselves. Tackle every mess, stain and dust-magnet, and keep things from getting out of hand in the future–all while being environmentally friendly and keeping toxic chemicals out of your home.

In the Hurricane’s Eye by Nathaniel Philbrick: In the fall of 1780 George Washington had come to realize that the only way to defeat the British Empire was with the help of the French navy. But coordinating was next to impossible. And then the impossible happened. Recognized as one of the most important naval engagements in the history of the world, the Battle of the Chesapeake–fought without a single American ship–made the subsequent victory of the Americans at Yorktown a virtual inevitability.

White like Her: my family’s story of race and racial passing by Gail Lukasik: The story of Gail Lukasik’s mother’s passing, Gail’s struggle with the shame of her mother’s choice, and her subsequent journey of self-discovery and redemption.

Norse Mythology by Matt Clayton: Offers a brief introduction to some of the best-known Norse myths in the primary sources.

New Fiction Titles

Once a Rebel by Mary Jo Putney: Lord George Gordon Audley had been Callista Brooke’s best friend. His gallant attempt to save her from an arranged marriage ended with Callie in Jamaica, and Gordon in the penal colony of Australia. Reunited after many years, the innocent childhood friendship has become a passion that will save or destroy them when they challenge the aristocracy that exiled them both.

The Colors of All the Cattle by Alexander McCall Smith: When Mma Ramotswe learns about the proposed construction of the flashy Big Fun Hotel next to a graveyard, she runs for City Council. Her opponent is none other than Violet Sephotho, who is in the pocket of the hotel developers.

The Little Shop of Found Things by Paula Brackston: Xanthe and her mother Flora leave London behind for a fresh start, taking over an antique shop in the historic town of Marlborough. While Xanthe is examining a chatelaine she’s transported back to the seventeenth century where she must put right the injustice in its story to save an innocent girl’s life, or else it’ll cost her Flora’s.

The Next Person You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom: Fifteen years ago Eddie, an amusement park mechanic, died saving the life of a young girl named Annie. As a young woman Annie reconnects with her childhood love. When their wedding night ends in an unimaginable accident, Annie finds herself on her own heavenly journey — and an inevitable reunion with Eddie, one of the five people who will show her how her life mattered in ways she could not have fathomed.

Three Days Missing by Kimberly Belle: Kat Jenkin’s only son goes missing on a class field trip, while Stefanie Huntington’s son is being threatened. But is the culprit an anonymous stranger or someone the women trust?

The Witch Elm by Tana French: Toby surprises two burglars who beat him and leave him for dead. Struggling to recover from his injuries, he takes refuge at his family’s ancestral home to care for his dying uncle Hugo. Then a skull is found in the trunk of an elm tree in the garden – and as detectives close in, Toby is forced to face the possibility that his past may not be what he has always believed.

Elevation by Stephen King: Although Scott Carey doesn’t look any different, he’s been steadily losing weight. He weighs the same in his clothes and out of them, no matter how heavy they are. Scott doesn’t want to be poked and prodded. He mostly just wants someone else to know. He soon finds unlikely alliances, the annual foot race, and the mystery of his affliction bring out the best in people who have indulged the worst in themselves and others.

Dark Signal by Shannon Baker: Who would want to kill Chad Mills? Kate finds that he made a few enemies as president of the railroad workers union. She may not have the experience, but she’s lived in the Sandhills her whole life, and knows the land and the people. Something doesn’t add up–and Kate must find the real killer before he can strike again.

Silver Anniversary Murder by Leslie Meier: As Tinker’s Cove, Maine, buzzes over a town-wide silver wedding anniversary bash, Lucy is reminded of her. When she reaches out to an old friend, Beth, Lucy realizes that a reunion will happen sooner than later—at Beth’s funeral. The more Lucy learns about Beth’s rumored plot to scandalize her former husbands in an act of revenge, the more she suspects one of them committed murder.

New Fiction Titles

Dark Sacred Night by Michael Connelly: Bosch is investigating the death of fifteen-year-old Daisy Clayton, a runaway on the streets of Hollywood who was brutally murdered and her body left in a dumpster like so much trash. Ballard joins forces with Bosch to find out what happened to Daisy and finally bring her killer to justice.

Long Road to Mercy by David Baldacci: Ever since Altee Pine’s her twin sister was abducted by a notorious serial killer at age five, Atlee has spent her life hunting down those who hurt others. She could be one of the Bureau’s top criminal profilers, if she didn’t prefer catching criminals in the vast wilderness of the West to climbing the career ladder in the D.C. office.

Look Alive Twenty-Five by Janet Evanovich: Over the last month, three managers of the Red River Deli have vanished from the face of the earth; the only clue in each case is one shoe that’s been left behind. The police are baffled. Lula is convinced that it’s a case of alien abduction. Whatever it is, they’d better figure out what’s going on before they lose their new manager, Ms. Stephanie Plum.

The Reckoning by John Grisham: Pete Banning was Clanton community’s favorite son. Then one cool October morning in 1946, he rose early, drove into town, walked into the Church, and calmly shot and killed the Reverend Dexter Bell. As if the murder wasn’t shocking enough, it was even more baffling that Pete’s only statement about it was “I have nothing to say.”

How to Keep a Secret by Sarah Morgan: Lauren, Jenna, their mother, Nancy, and Lauren’s daughter, Mack, are not so close. But when they are thrown together for a summer on Martha’s Vineyard, these very different women must relearn how to be a family. And while unraveling their secrets might be their biggest challenge, the rewards could be infinite.

Reborn by Meredith Wild: Six years ago, Tristan Stone was everything to me. Tristan claims someone wants me dead. He’s scarred and dangerous, but all of that seems to melt away when we touch. I might be the only one who can give him his memories, but I want more. The lover I could never forget is trapped inside the heartless man he’s become. I won’t stop until I reach him.

Shell Game by Sara Paretsky: Warshawski returns to the Windy City to save a friend’s nephew from a murder arrest. The case involves a stolen artifact that could implicate a network of international criminals. She soon finds herself tangling with the Russian mob, ISIS backers, and a shady network of stock scams and stolen art that stretches from Chicago to the East Indies and the Middle East.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris: In April 1942, Lale Sokolovis is forcibly transported to the concentration camps at Auschwitz-Birkenau. When his captors discover that he speaks several languages, he is tasked with permanently marking his fellow prisoners. Imprisoned for more than two and a half years, he witnesses horrific atrocities and barbarism–but also incredible acts of bravery and compassion. One day Lale comforts a trembling young woman waiting in line to have the number 34902 tattooed onto her arm. Her name is Gita, and Lale vows to somehow survive the camp and marry her.

New Fiction Titles

Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer: When Alex’s father is assassinated by the KGB, he and his mother flip a coin to decide whether to flee to America, or Great Britain. This epic tale spans thirty years, as we follow Alex’s struggle to conquer his new world as an immigrant, and his eventual decision to face the past in Russia.

Every Breath by Nicholas Sparks: A chance encounter becomes a touchstone for two very different people–transcending decades, continents, and the workings of fate.

Vendetta by Iris Johansen: With his dying breath, Carl Venable, head of the CIA task force on terrorism and Jude Brandon’s final link to terrorist ringleader Max Huber, gives Brandon a mandate: to keep his daughter, Rachel, safe at any cost. But Rachel Venable has a shocking, twisted past of her own, one that comes rushing back after her medical clinic in Guyana is attacked by Huber–the same man who murdered her father and kept her imprisoned for months.

The Forbidden Door by Dean Koontz: She was one of the FBI’s top agents until she became the nation’s most-wanted fugitive. Now Jane Hawk may be all that stands between a free nation and its enslavement by a powerful secret society’s terrifying mind-control technology. With the madness spreading like a virus, the war between Jane and her enemies will become a fight for all their lives — against the lethal terror unleashed from behind the forbidden door.

Blood Communion by Anne Rice: Lestat, rebel outlaw, addresses the tribe of vampires, directly, intimately, passionately, and tells the mesmerizing story of the formation of the Blood Communion and how he became Prince of the vampire world, the true ruler of this vast realm, and how his vision for all the Children of the Universe to thrive as one, came to be.

The Queen’s Fool by Philippa Gregory: In 1553, Hannah Green, a young Jewish girl, flees to London to escape the Spanish Inquisition and catches the attention of Robert Dudley, who plans to use her talents for observation and second sight.

Sea of Greed by Clive Cussler: After an explosion in the Gulf of Mexico destroys three oil rigs, Kurt Austin and the NUMA Special Projects Team are tapped by the President of the United States to find out what’s gone wrong. The trail leads them to a brilliant billionaire in the alternative energy field. Her goal is the end of the oil age; her company has spent billions developing the worlds’ most advanced fuel-cell systems. But is she an environmental hero…or a rogue genetic engineer?

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty: Nine people gather at a remote health resort. Some are here to lose weight, some are here to get a reboot on life, some are here for reasons they can’t even admit to themselves. Amidst all of the luxury and pampering, none of them could imagine just how challenging the next ten days are going to be.

Past Tense by Lee Child: Reacher, the eternal drifter, happens by chance on the small New Hampshire town he remembers his father was supposed to have come from. But when he starts looking for his dad’s old home, he finds there’s no record of anyone named Reacher ever having lived there.

New Nonfiction Titles

Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin: Presents a chronological photographic diary of the band Led Zeppelin.

Gooseberry Patch: Foolproof Christmas: Foolproof Christmas is filled with quick and easy recipes for the merriest holiday season. You’ll find easy-to-follow directions using familiar ingredients, plus a collection of Christmas memories and clever tips for making every holiday occasion special.

Quilts of Valor: A 50 State Tribute: Including more than 200 photos and fascinating stories of how quilts can honor and even heal, this book explains the history of military quilts since our nation’s beginning. A Quilt of Valor from each of our 50 states is showcased, sharing impacts on individuals and communities. Includes sixteen patterns.

Becoming by Michelle Obama: In her memoir Michelle Obama invites readers into her world, chronicling the experiences that have shaped her—from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago to her years as an executive balancing the demands of motherhood and work, to her time spent at the world’s most famous address.

Killing the SS by Bill O’Reilly: As the true horrors of the Third Reich began to be exposed, the Nazi war criminals who committed genocide went on the run. Killing the SS is the epic saga of the espionage and daring waged by self-styled “Nazi hunters.” Over decades, these men and women scoured the world, tracking down the SS fugitives and bringing them to justice, which often meant death.

Delish by Joanna Saltz: Amazingly delicious recipes from the team behind Hearst’s wildly popular Delish.com website.

The Library Book by Susan Orlean: Susan Orlean reopens the unsolved mystery of the most catastrophic library fire in American history, and delivers a dazzling love letter to a beloved institution–our libraries.

Homebody by Joanna Gaines: Demonstrates how to create a home that reflects the individuals who live there, sharing in-depth, comprehensive guidelines for developing an authentic personal design style.

Presidents of War by Michael Beschloss: Charts the controversial leadership, public reputations and evolving political powers of American wartime presidents from the War of 1812 through Vietnam, including Lincoln, Wilson and LBJ.

Spygate by Dan Bongino: The comprehensive story of how the Obama administration, Hillary Clinton campaign, and foreign entities tried to sabotage the Trump campaign in the 2016 presidential election. Former Secret Service agent and NYPD police officer Dan Bongino joins forces with journalist D.C. McAllister to clear away fake news and show you how Trump’s political opponents, both foreign and domestic, tried to sabotage his campaign and delegitimize his presidency.

Cook Like a Pro by Ina Garten: Although Ina is completely self-taught and doesn’t consider herself to be a “professional” cook, she has spent decades working with chefs and learning the techniques that take their cooking to the next level. In Cook Like a Pro, Ina shares some of her most irresistible recipes and very best “pro tips.” With beautiful photos and a treasury of pro tips that span prepping, making, and serving, as Ina says, “You don’t have to be a pro to cook like one!

New DVD Titles

Ant Man and the Wasp: Still reeling from the aftermath of Captain America: Civil War, Scott Lang is enlisted by Dr. Hank Pym for an urgent new mission. He must once again out on the suit and learn to fight alongside the Wasp as they join forces to uncover secrets from the past.

Mama Mia! Here We Go Again: Ten years after Mama Mia! The Movie premiered, you’re invited back to the magical Greek island of Kalokairi in an all-new musical sequel based on the songs of ABBA. Sophie is now pregnant, and like her mother Donna, she’ll need to take risks. The film’s original cast returns with new additions including Lily James as a young Donna, Andy Garcia, and Oscar winner Cher.

Hotel Artemis: Hotel Artemis is a secret hospital for criminals run by The Nurse and her orderly Everest. After a daring heist, a wounded bank robber checks in while riots rage outside – but finds himself entangled with an arms dealer, a crime lord and a mysterious assassin whose mission pits all the guests against each other in a deadly game of survival.

Eighth Grade: Thirteen-year-old Kayla endures the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school – the end of her thus far disastrous eighth grade year – before she begins high school.

The Rider: After a tragic riding accident, a young cowboy undertakes a search for a new identity and redefine what it means to be a man in the heartland of America. Based on a true story and set on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

The Spy Who Dumped Me: Audrey and Morgan, two thirty-year old best friends in Los Angeles, are thrust unexpectedly into an international conspiracy when Audrey’s ex-boyfriend shows up at their apartment with a team of deadly assassins on his trail. Surprising even themselves, the duo jump into action, on the run throughout Europe from assassins and a suspicious-but-charming British agent, as they hatch a plan to save the world.

Skyscraper: Former FBI Hostage Rescue Team leader and veteran Will Sawyer now assesses security for skyscrapers. He’s on assignment in China when he finds the tallest, safest building in the world suddenly ablaze, and he’s been framed for it. A wanted man on the run, Will must find those responsible, clear his name, and somehow rescue his family, who are trapped inside the building above the fire line.

I Think We’re Alone Now: Del is alone in the world. After the human race is wiped out, he lives in his small, empty town, content in his solitude and utopia he’s methodically created – until he is discovered by Grace, and interloper whose history and motives are obscure. Worse yet, she wants to stay.

Leave No Trace: Will and his teenage daughter, Tom, have lived off the grid for years in the forests of Portland, Oregon. When their idyllic life is shattered, both are put into social services. After clashing with their new surroundings, Will and Tom set off on their harrowing journey back to their wild homeland.

Down a Dark Hall: Kit is sent to the mysterious Blackwood Boarding School where she meets eccentric headmistress Madame Duret and the school’s other students, four young women also headed down a troubled path. While exploring the labyrinthine corridors of the school, Kit and her classmates discover that Blackwood Manor hides age-old secrets rooted in the paranormal

New Holiday Titles

Santa’s On His Way: Contains four holiday themed stories by Lisa Jackson, Maisey Yates, Stacy Finz, and Nicole Helm.

Christmas Cake Murder by Joanne Fluke: Juggling the responsibilities of opening her shop with the demands of Christmas, Hannah Swensen is surprised by the writing talents of an elderly local whose murder story chillingly comes true.

Catching Christmas by Terry Blackstock: The last thing cab driver Finn Parish wants is to be saddled with a wheelchair bound old lady with dementia. But because Miss Callie reminds him of his own mother, whom he failed miserably in her last days, he can’t say no when she keeps calling him for rides. Soon Callie leads him on a wild-goose chase to find a Christmas date for her granddaughter.

Lark! The Herald Angels Sing by Mary Kay Andrews: Discovering an abandoned infant in a live nativity display with a note claiming her brother is the father, Meg learns that the baby is also connected to a crime that must be stopped.

The Noel Stranger by Richard Paul Evans: Publicly humiliated after her husband is arrested for bigamy, Sally isolates herself from the world. When she reluctantly decides to put up a Christmas tree, she is immediately taken by Andrew, the kind, handsome man who delivers her tree. As their friendship develops, Sally slowly begins to trust again, until she discovers a dark secret from Andrew’s past.

Yule Log Murder by Leslie Meier: Fresh-baked cookies, pies, and cakes can warm even the frostiest Christmases in coastal Maine. But there’s little room for holiday cheer when murder is the new tradition.

The Christmas Star by Donna VanLiere: Thirty-two-year-old Amy Denison volunteers at Glory’s Place, an after school program where she meets seven-year-old Maddie, a precocious young girl who has spent her childhood in foster care. As Christmas nears and the town is blanketed in snow and beautiful decorations, Maddie and the charming staff at Glory’s Place help Amy to see that romance can be more than heartache and broken promises.

Deck the Hounds by David Rosenfelt: Seeing a dog next to a homeless man inspires lawyer Andy Carpenter to give the pair some money. Soon after, man and dog are attacked, and the dog defends its new owner. But the dog is quarantined and the man, Don Carrigan, is heartbroken. Andy’s wife Laurie can’t resist helping the duo after learning Andy has met them before.

A Christmas Revelation by Anne Perry: When Worm, a young orphan boy who works at the local clinic, sees Eloise being kidnapped by two men in the days leading up to Christmas, he immediately recruits Squeaky Robinson to help rescue her. But as they track Eloise down, they’re surprised to hear that she does not, in fact, wish to be rescued.

The Christmas Remedy by Cindy Woodsmall: When an Old Order Amish woman takes a job at a small-town pharmacy struggling to survive in a world of “big box” stores, her motive is to help her community. But the advent of the holiday season brings an unusual mystery to the surface–and possibly love.

The Darling Dahlias and the Pointsetta Puzzle by Susan Wittig Albert: Mildred Kilgore and Earlynne Biddle are planning to open a bakery on the square-if they can come up with the right recipes. Charlie Dickens faces two of the biggest puzzles of his career as an investigative reporter, and one of them involves his wife. Cupcake’s talents make her a tempting target for an unscrupulous exploiter. And Sheriff Norris is forced to reopen a puzzling mystery that the town thought was solved.

New Nonfiction Titles

The Book of Books by Jessica Allen: Presents all 100 novels selected for the Great American Read with fascinating information about each book, author profiles, a snapshot of the novel’s social relevance, film or television adaptations, other books and writings by the author, and little-known facts.

Welcome to Adulting by Jonathan Pokluda: Adulting is hard. But sometimes we make it harder than it has to be. Combining stories from his own experiences, insights from the Bible, and compelling evidence from research, Jonathan “JP” Pokulda lays a roadmap for how to navigate your life as an adult, addressing topics such as: friendships and dating, career and money management, interpersonal conflict, controlling anxiety, recovering from addiction, discovering your purpose on this earth.

Heartland: A Memoir by Sarah Smarsh: An uncompromising look at class, identity, and the particular perils of having less in a country known for its excess.

Full Disclosure by Stormy Daniels: The former adult film star recounts her affair with Donald Trump, detailing the events that led to a nondisclosure agreement and the behind-the-scenes attempts to intimidate her, and explains why she decided to reveal her story.

You’ve Been So Lucky Already by Althea Black: As a young woman, Althea is suddenly rocked by fatigue, inexplicable pain, and memory loss. With her grasp on reality fading, and specialist after specialist declaring nothing is wrong, Alethea turns to her own research and desperate home remedies. But even as her frantic quest for wellness seems to lead to confusion and despair, she discovers more about her own strength than she ever could have imagined – and becomes a woman on fire herself.

Vincent and Theo by Deborah Heiligman: The deep and enduring friendship between Vincent and Theo Van Gogh shaped both their lives. They shared everything, swapping stories of lovers and friends, successes and disappointments, dreams and ambitions. Heiligman draws on the letters Vincent wrote to Theo and shows two lives intertwined as Theo supported Vincent’s struggles to find his path in life.

The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: a new history of a Lost World by Steve Brusatte: A sweeping narrative scientific history that tells the epic story of the dinosaurs, examining their origins, their habitats, their extinction, and their living legacy.

Make Ink: a forager’s guide to natural inkmaking by Jason Logan: Part art book and part how-to, Make Ink is a color journey that redefines our everyday understanding of ink, and, in the process, teaches us to reclaim a lost urban wilderness. Color step-by-step recipes draw on medieval alchemy, domestic science, and ecological cookery.

In Pieces: a memoir by Sally Fields: With all the humility and authenticity her fans have come to expect, Field brings readers behind-the-scenes for not only the highs and lows of her star-studded early career in Hollywood, but deep into the truth of her lifelong relationships.

Every Day Is Extra by John Kerry: Kerry shares details of his life in public service. From decorated Vietnam veteran to five-term United States senator, 2004 Democratic presidential candidate, and Secretary of State for four years, he provides a personal and candid memoir as a witness to some of the most important events of our recent history.