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3 Dimensional by Dwayne Wade
A memoir by the 13-time NBA All-Star features never-before-seen images and discusses such topics as his difficult childhood in South Side Chicago, his three Miami Heat championships and the principles that have guided his career.
All the President's Women: Donald Trump and the Making of a Predator by Barry Levine and Monique El-Faizy
A researched report on Donald Trump's relationships with women reveals new accusations of sexual misconduct, the origins of his alleged predatory behavior and how the Trump administration has catalyzed women's activism and the #MeToo movement.
Barack and Joe: The Making of an Extraordinary Partnership by Steven Levingston
An uplifting portrait of the extraordinary partnership between Barack Obama and Joe Biden explores how their contrasting characters and styles formed a dynamic, highly effective working relationship based on mutual respect and deep friendship.
Beautiful on the Outside by Adam Rippon
The medal-winning Olympics figure skater reveals the early poverty and discrimination that challenged his career as an openly gay athlete, describing his homeschooled childhood in Pennsylvania and the setbacks and successes that shaped his achievements.
Call Sign Chaos: Learning to Lead by Jim Mattis
A former secretary of Defense and a former assistant secretary of defense and combat Marine join forces to offer an account of how they learned to lead in a chaotic world.
The Contender: The Story of Marlon Brando by William Mann
The award-winning author of The Wars of the Roosevelts presents a complex portrait of the influential 20th-century actor that includes coverage of Brando's civil rights activism and the childhood traumas that shaped his personal and professional life.
A revised edition of the illustrated exploration of how gardening and plants inspired the works of Emily Dickinson reveals the roles of winter hyacinth bulbs, saved seeds and pressed flowers in shaping cherished poems.
Face It by Debbie Harry
Complemented by rare photos, a memoir by the iconic front woman traces seven decades in the entertainment industry while discussing her professional collaborations, struggles with addiction, near-escape from Ted Bundy and Blondie alter-ego.
For Small Creatures Such As We: Rituals for Finding Meaning in Our Unlikely World by Sasha Sagan
The daughter of astronomer Carl Sagan and writer Ann Druyan describes how motherhood inspired her investigations into the phenomena behind treasured human milestones to provide her daughter with a secular appreciation of the natural world.
Here We Are: American Dreams, American Nightmares by Aarti Mamdev Shahani
An award-winning NPR correspondent presents a heartfelt memoir about the immigrant experience in modern America, detailing her education as a scholarship student at an elite Manhattan prep school and her father's victimization by a notorious drug cartel.
Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years by Julie Andrews
In a follow-up to the critically acclaimed Home, the beloved performing artist reflects on her Hollywood career and the creations of three of her most iconic films, Mary Poppins, The Sound of Music and Victor/Victoria.
The CEO of DICK’s Sporting Goods explains how he built a multibillion dollar business, came to the defense of embattled youth-sports programs and took a principled—and highly controversial—stand against the types of guns that are too often used in mass shootings and other tragedies.
It's Up to Us: Ten Little Ways We Can Bring About Big Change by John Kasich
The two-term governor of Ohio and best-selling author of Two Paths outlines prescriptive advice for how to heal today's divided America, reminding readers of the role of civilians in enabling historical changes.
Jeff Buckley: His Own Voice by Mary Guibert
The journals, notebooks and early song drafts of the late singer best known for his definitive version of "Hallelujah" and his classic album, Grace, includes dozens of personal photos and discussions of his artistry in multiple genres.
Kindness and Wonder: Why Mister Rogers Matters Now More Than Ever by Gavin Edwards
The best-selling author of 'Scuse Me While I Kiss This Guy celebrates the enduring legacy of Fred Rogers and his award-winning show, discussing how his messages about kindness, compassion and curiosity are particularly relevant today.
Long Way Home by Cameron Douglas
The son of Michael Douglas, grandson of Kirk Douglas offers a moving, often shocking, ultimately inspiring memoir detailing his struggle to regain his dignity, humanity and place in society after many years of drug abuse and almost eight years in prison.
Me: Elton John Official Autobiography by Elton John
An official autobiography by the influential music artist, published to coincide with the release of Rocketman, includes coverage of John's complicated upbringing in a London suburb, his celebrity collaborations, his struggles with addiction and the establishment of his AIDS Foundation.
Medallion Status: True Stories from Secret Rooms by John Hodgman
The Judge John Hodgman podcaster and best-selling author of Vacationland reflects on his unlikely career, the surreal dynamics of moderate fame, the cancellation of his television job and his relationship with his young son.
Molly: The True Story of the Amazing Dog Who Rescues Cats by Colin Butcher
A veteran of the Royal Navy and longtime police officer describes how he rescued a willful but unusually intelligent dog who became his invaluable partner in The UK Pet Detective Agency helping owners track down their beloved lost pets.
The Piney Grove Baptist Church senior pastor documents the true story of his father, a devout Christian who risked his life to protect hundreds of Jewish-American GIs who were brutally targeted by the Nazis.
Ordinary Girls: A Memoir by Jaquira Diaz
A biographical debut by a Pushcart Prize-winning writer traces her upbringing in the housing projects of Puerto Rico, her mother's battle with schizophrenia, her personal struggles with sexual assault and her efforts to pursue a literary career.
Out Loud: A Memoir by Mark Morris
The acclaimed choreographer traces his rise from humble origins to the pinnacle of the performing-arts world, discussing his formation of the Mark Morris Dance Group and his celebrated collaborations with such artists as Mikhail Baryshnikov and Yo-Yo Ma.
Passing: A Memoir of Love and Death by Michael Korda
A legendary editor an author offers an unflinching love song about his wife, Margaret, and her battle with cancer.
She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey
The Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters who broke the story of Harvey Weinstein's sexual abuses discuss the suspenseful untold story of their investigation, the way it changed their careers and whether or not the #MeToo movement changed things for the better.
An Indian refugee turned LAPD terrorism expert describes his complicated relationship with his brother, a fugitive and terrorist who the author sought to understand in the wake of a terminal cancer diagnosis.
Still Here: The Madcap, Nervy, Singular Life of Elaine Stritch by Alexandra Jacobs
A full chronicle of the Tony Award-winning star's life and career includes coverage of her upbringing in Depression-era Detroit, her psychologically fraught creative collaborations, her struggles with addiction and her Tony Award-winning performances.
Toil & Trouble by Augusten Burroughs
The best-selling author of Running with Scissors documents his lifelong capacity for causing impossible manifestations, exploring his mother's revelations about their witch ancestry and his efforts to understand himself and his powers.
Touched by the Sun: My Friendship With Jackie by Carly Simon
The celebrated music artist and author of Boys in the Trees presents a meditative account of her unlikely friendship with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, sharing intimate insights into how they supported each other through decades of loss and public scrutiny.
Unfollow: A Memoir of Loving and Leaving the Westboro Baptist Church by Megan Phelps-Roper
The activist granddaughter of the founder of Topeka's Westboro Baptist Church describes her work as their Twitter spokeswoman and how her dialogues with critics challenged her to question and eventually denounce the church's extreme views on homosexuality.
Wham!, George Michael, and Me: A Memoir by Andrew Ridgeley
The music artist second half of the famous 1980s band breaks decades of silence to trace his lifelong friendship with the late George Michael, the meteoric successes of Wham! and the iconic Wembley Stadium concert that ended their partnership.
What It Takes: Lessons in the Pursuit of Excellence by Stephen Schwarzman
From the Blackstone chairman, CEO and co-founder comes a book that uses impactful episodes from Schwarzman's life to show readers how to build, transform and lead thriving organizations.
When Life Gives You Pears: The Healing Power of Family, Faith, and Funny People by Jeannie Gaffigan
The wife of acclaimed comic Jim Gaffigan shares an uplifting account of her fight to survive a brain tumor, the toll its treatment took on her family and the lessons she learned along the way.
A Wild and Precious Life by Edie Windsor
The LGBT rights activist and lead plaintiff for the United States v. Windsor Supreme Court case chronicles decades of gay life in New York City while exploring her advocacy role in promoting marriage equality. By the author of Pill Head.
Year of the Monkey by Patti Smith
A Year Without a Name: A Memoir by Cyrus Grace Dunham
Describes the author's experiences as a gender-fluid individual who endured unbearable alienation and how the process of transitioning to their true gender shaped their views on queer identity, family and desire.
You Are Worth It: Building a Life Worth Fighting for by Kyle Carpenter
The youngest living recipient of the Medal of Honor presents an inspirational memoir that describes the selfless act that protected his brothers in arms in Afghanistan and his motivational battle to recover from catastrophic injuries.
Do You Mind If I Cancel?: (Things That Still Annoy Me) by Gary Janetti
The acclaimed Instagram comedian and television writer and producer of such series as Will & Grace and Family Guy presents a collection of essays chronicling the highs, lows and laugh-out-loud indignities of his early life and career.
F**k, Now There Are Two of You by Adam Mansbach
The humorist cultural critic and award-winning author of The End of the Jews uses his signature profane truth-telling in a loving monologue delivered to an older sibling when their family life is upended by the arrival of a new baby.
How to: Absurd Scientific Advice for Common Real-world Problems by Randall Munroe
The creator of the web comic xkcd and best-selling author of What If? and Thing Explainer shares inadvisable advice for responding to today’s problems, from using social-media for weather forecasts to powering a home by destroying the fabric of space-time.
Idiot: Life Stories from the Creator of Help Helen Smash by Laura Clery
The YouTube and Facebook Video sensation traces her journey from a recklessly impulsive drug addict to a vegan yogi with a fantastic career, a loving spouse and four rescue animals.
The Food Network star and best-selling author of My Drunk Kitchen presents a humorous cookbook that provides thematically arranged ideas and recipes for celebrating throughout the year, from New Year's and Pride Month to Oktoberfest and Thanksgiving.
An Emmy Award winner presents a collection of transcripts from his favorite episodes from his popular short-form podcast The Way I Heard It, along with a host of memories, ruminations, illustrations and insights.
Bedlam: An Intimate Journey into America's Mental Health Crisis by Kenneth Rosenberg
A psychiatrist and award-winning documentarian illuminates the mental-health crisis in the U.S., revealing how a high percentage of Americans are incarcerated for mental illness and what needs to be done for more compassionate and effective change.
A world-class oncologist and coeditor of the 3QuarksDaily website explores the medical, scientific, cultural and personal impact of cancer while outlining more beneficial alternatives to today's high-cost, largely ineffective treatments.
Radical: The Science, Culture, and History of Breast Cancer in America by Kate Pickert
A journalism professor, former Time health-care writer and breast cancer survivor identifies the differences between popular conceptions and patient realities, sharing insight into breast cancer's high occurrence rates and role in shaping America's medical culture.
Who Says You're Dead?: Medical & Ethical Dilemmas for the Curious & Concerned by Jacob Appel
A Huffington Post bioethics columnist presents a provocative exploration of ethical issues in society, discussing the hotly contested debates surrounding such issues as embryo custody, the medical treatment of children and life-support termination.
Antisocial: Online Extremists, Techno-utopians, and the Hijacking of the American Conversation by Andrew Marantz
A New Yorker staff writer presents a deeply immersive chronicle of how well-intentioned entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley created a democratic internet where freedoms have been exploited by propagandists who have shifted extreme ideologies into the mainstream.
A popular MSNBC host and author of the #1 New York Times best-seller Drift explains how Big Oil and Gas adversely affect democracy.
Border Wars: Inside Trump's Assault on Immigration by Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Michael Shear
Two New York Times Washington correspondents provide an inside account with never-before-told stories of the defining issue of Donald Trump’s presidency: his steadfast opposition to immigration to the U.S.
Crisis of Conscience: Whistleblowing in an Age of Fraud by Tom Mueller
A riveting account of the heroes who are combating corporate, medical and government fraud traces the rise of whistleblowing through a series of important cases that reflect fundamental questions about the balance between free speech and state power.
The Cult of Trump: A Leading Cult Expert Explains How the President Uses Mind Control by Steven Hassan
The author of Combating Cult Mind Control identifies the common traits between infamous cult leaders and the 45th President, revealing how the current administration uses indoctrination tactics designed to promote fanatical devotion among Trump supporters.
Deep State: Trump, the FBI, and the Rule of Law by James B. Stewart
A Pulitzer Prize-winning author tells his story of the war between President Trump and America’s principal law enforcement agencies, answering the questions that he believes the Mueller report couldn’t—or wouldn’t.
Foxocracy: Inside the Fox News Network Playbook of Tribal Warfare by Tobin Smith
The Fox News contributor and best-selling author of Billion Dollar Green presents an insider's account of Fox's production secrets as well as the network strategies used for manipulating addicted viewers into hating and acting against perceived partisan enemies.
Hate Inc.: Why Today's Media Makes Us Despise One Another by Matt Taibbi
The award-winning Rolling Stone contributing editor and author of I Can't Breathe reveals how much of what is presented as news is actually intentional propaganda by a distorted wing of the Internet age entertainment industry.
Information Wars: How We Lost the Global Battle Against Disinformation and What We Can Do About It by Richard Stengel
The former Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs presents an insider's account of how the U.S. tried, and failed, to combat the disinformation that directly influenced the 2016 election and continues to impact global society.
The award-winning journalist and author of Red Orchestra documents the four-decade activities of the Council for National Policy, a coalition of Republican operatives, evangelicals, oil barons and gun lobbyists who finance media campaigns and colleges to promote extremist ideas.
Trump vs China: America's Greatest Challenge by Newt Gingrich
The former Speaker of the House and presidential candidate outlines urgent measures for protecting American interests, revealing how such practices as economic infiltration, propaganda and intellectual property theft have enabled China's reemergence as a world power.
The award-winning author of Evidence of Harm reveals how zealous government, law enforcement and bureaucratic interests are using incrementally forceful measures to restrict fundamental rights, outlining effective recommendations for fighting back to protect basic civil liberties.
The best-selling author of The Russia Hoax continues his examination of the latest findings about the alleged collusion between the Trump administration and the Russians, arguing that the Mueller investigation has been a politically motivated smear campaign.
24/6: The Power of Unplugging One Day a Week by Tiffany Shlain
The award-winning Internet pioneer and filmmaker chronicles the past, present and future of ideas about time and technology, outlining a strategy for clarity and life-quality based on disconnecting from technology for one restful day of the week.
The best-selling author of The Little Book of Hygge shares advice for creating positive memories for overall lasting happiness, drawing on extensive research to explain how to forge positive memories and let go of negative experiences.
Metahuman: Unleashing Your Infinite Potential by Deepak Chopra
The best-selling author of You Are the Universe draws on wisdom traditions and the latest research into the human brain, artificial intelligence and biometrics to explain what higher consciousness is and its role in health and spirituality.
A first book by the founder of the Philanthropy Advisory Group and expert consultant for Reese Witherspoon's Hello Sunshine project outlines revolutionary, real-world solutions to the equal distribution of unpaid and unrecognized domestic labor typically performed by women.
Holding the Line: Inside Trump's Pentagon With Secretary Mattis by Guy Snodgrass
A chief speechwriter under James Mattis shares insights into the Defense Secretary's political career, military leadership during key global challenges and complicated role in discreetly reinterpreting controversial Trump administration initiatives.
No Stopping Us Now: A History of Older Women in America by Gail Collins
A lively social history of women and aging in America by the acclaimed New York Times columnist and author of When Everything Changed explores key transformations in perceptions about a woman's marriageability, fertility and employability.