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Business & Economics
The best-selling author of The Accidental Billionaires traces the story of Harvard twins Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, who in the aftermath of their infamous legal battle with Facebook became tycoons in the obscure and sometimes sinister world of cryptocurrency.
Ghost Work: How to Stop Silicon Valley From Building a New Global Underclass by Mary L. Gray & Siddharth Suri
Reveals the vast human network responsible for the successes of such internet giants as Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Uber, sharing cautionary insights into how an absence of labor laws is enabling massive worker exploitation.
The Latte Factor: Why You Don't Have to Be Rich to Live Rich by David Bach & John David Mann
The best-selling author of The Automatic Millionaire and the award-winning author of The Go-Giver outline three inspirational secrets to financial freedom that explain how readers can use their current resources to pursue their dreams.
Priced Out: The Economic and Ethical Costs of American Health Care by Uwe Reinhardt with Tsung-Mei Cheng. Foreword by Paul Krugman & William H. Frist.
The late Economix columnist and Princeton economics professor explains the pivotal role of social ethics in American health-care costs and quality, outlining the working examples of other nations while making strategic recommendations for system improvement.
Family & Relationships
All the Rage: Mothers, Fathers, and the Myth of Equal Partnership by Darcy Lockman
The author of Brooklyn Zoo examines why parental work is still largely performed by women regardless of profession or class, drawing on a range of expert insights to identify three sources of unequal labor division in parenting.
How to Raise Successful People: Simple Lessons for Radical Results by Esther Wojcicki
The co-author of Moonshots in Education outlines simple, counterintuitive approaches to raising happy, healthy and successful children through parental demonstrations of respectful examples and child-directed activities that facilitate early independence and problem-solving skills.
No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us by Rachel Louise Snyder
An award-winning journalist explores America's epidemic of domestic violence and how it has been misunderstood, sharing insights into what domestic violence portends about other types of violence and what countermeasures are needed today.
The Age of Living Machines: How the Convergence of Biology and Engineering Will Build the Next Technology Revolution by Susan Hockfield
The former president of MIT outlines the next technology revolution and how it will change our lives, drawing on the latest discoveries in biology and engineering to profile such innovations as computer-engineered crops, protein-based water filters and cancer-detecting nanoparticles.
Cosmological Koans: A Journey to the Heart of Physical Reality by Anthony Aguirre
A leading physicist builds on koan vignettes from ancient Zen tradition to explore universal philosophical questions, including the meaning of quantum theory, the nature of time and the origin of multiple universes.
Every Tool's a Hammer: Life Is What You Make It by Adam Savage
A first book by the MythBusters special-effects artist draws on projects from his remarkable career and interviews with famous and visionary colleagues to distill essential rules of creativity, from finding inspiration to following through.
The Art of Noticing: 131 Ways to Spark Creativity, Find Inspiration, and Discover Joy in the Everyday by Rob Walker
Complemented with creativity-sparking illustrations, a thought-provoking gift book by the author of Buying In shares dozens of playful exercises for promoting mental clarity, improving listening skills and rediscovering one's passions.
Finding the Bright Side: The Art of Chasing What Matters by Shannon Bream
The host of Fox News @ Night presents a deeply personal account about finding purpose amid life's unpredictability that traces her blue-collar upbringing, the high-pressure environments that shaped her career and the role of her faith in her achievements.
It's Great to Suck at Something by Karen Rinaldi
Citing the inherent shortcomings of today's prioritization of productivity over play, a guide to building resilience through imperfection shares counsel on how to have fun trying new things without the expectation of being good at them.
Let Love Have the Last Word by Common with Tracy McMillan.
The Grammy Award-, Academy Award- and Golden Globe-winning musician, actor and activist presents a follow-up to One Day It'll All Make Sense that explores how love and mindfulness can build communities and inspire positive empowerment.
Life After Suicide: Finding Courage, Comfort & Community After Unthinkable Loss by Jennifer Ashton
The chief medical officer of ABC News presents an eloquent memoir about surviving the suicide of a loved one, sharing firsthand insights into the process of navigating taboos, making sense of loss and finding ways to heal.
Stop Doing That Sh*t: End Self-Sabotage and Demand Your Life Back by Gary John Bishop
The best-selling author of Unfu*k Yourself builds on his signature "urban philosophy" approach in an empowering, no-holds-barred guide to recognizing and ending patterns of self-sabotaging behaviors that get in the way of productivity and success.