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A history of the conception and development of the iconic California theme park chronicles how Walt and Roy Disney and a small group of artists endured innumerable setbacks to create one of the world's most popular destinations.
A Financial Times columnist and CNN analyst presents a critical indictment of how today’s largest tech companies are complicit in perpetuating privacy infringements, identity theft, the spread of misinformation and hate speech.
The Harder You Work, the Luckier You Get: An Entrepreneur's Memoir by Joe Ricketts
The founder of TD Ameritrade shares the inside story of his rise from a working-class Nebraska prairie youth to a Wall Street billionaire, discussing the challenges, mistakes and sacrifices his family endured along the way.
Incidental Inventions by Elena Ferrante. Illus by Andrea Ucini. Trans by Ann Goldstein.
Featuring a new introduction, an illustrated gift edition of the author's short columns, written during a year-long collaboration with The Guardian, explores subjects ranging from first love and climate change to female enmity and the screen adaptations of her novels.
Little Weirds by Jenny Slate
The actress, stand-up comedian and best-selling children's book author explores her internal self, dreams and insecurities through bursts of writing on a wide range of subjects from heartbreak and divorce, to the smell of honeysuckle and a French-kissing rabbit.
Think, Write, Speak: Uncollected Essays, Reviews, Interviews, and Letters to the Editor by Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov. Ed by Brian Boyd & Anastasia Tolstoy.
A rich compilation of previously uncollected Russian and English prose and interviews by the iconic 20th-century writer explores Nabokov’s views on literature, culture and democracy as they evolved from his Cambridge years through his literary successes.
The Great Democracy: How to Fix Our Politics, Unrig the Economy, and Unite America by Ganesh Sitaraman
An award-winning legal scholar and policy expert documents the end of the neoliberal era in America while profiling two possible political paths of the near future involving either a nationalist oligarchy or a transformative democracy.
The Politics of Pain: Postwar England and the Rise of Nationalism by Fintan O’Toole
An award-winning literary journalist reveals the role of World War II in England’s seemingly irrational shift toward nationalism, analyzing factors ranging from the dynamics of the European Union to public and political overreactions to perceived threats.
Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us by Donald Trump, Jr.
The eldest son of President Donald J. Trump exposes all the tricks that the left uses to smear conservations and push them out of the public square, from online “shadow banning” to fake accusations of “hate speech.”
Trump and His Generals: The Cost of Chaos by Peter Bergen
From one of America’s preeminent national-security journalists comes an account of Donald Trump’s collision with the American national security establishment, and with the world.
Why You Should Be a Socialist: How the Left Can Dream Big and Win Again by Nathan J. Robinson
The editor of Current Affairs presents a skeptic's primer to Democratic Socialism that charts its rise in today's America, explaining what it is and isn't and how it can effect real and positive change on a national scale.
The Book of Ichigo Ichie: The Art of Making the Most of Every Moment, the Japanese Way by Héctor García & Francesc Miralles
The best-selling authors of Ikigai present a guide to the Japanese art of ichigo ichie that outlines everyday mindfulness approaches for recognizing and finding happiness in the extraordinary and magically coincidental elements of everyday life.
F*ck No!: How to Stop Saying Yes When You Can't, You Shouldn't, or You Just Don't Want to by Sarah Knight
Filled with tips, techniques and practical strategies that will arm readers with not only permission to decline, but plenty of ammunition for doing so.
Older, but Better, but Older: From the Authors of How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are by Caroline De Maigret & Sophie Mas
Capturing moments of everyday life that will make readers nod, cringe and laugh out loud, the best-selling authors of How to be Parisian, focusing on the French woman’s mindset as she hits 40, address beauty, love, seduction as well as lifestyle, family, work and living alone.
Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything by B. J. Fogg & Doug Abrams
An expert of habit formation and behavior science describes how to harness the power of transformation, whether it be to lose weight, exercise more or de-stress, through making tiny changes that we can feel good about.