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Everything's Trash, But It's Okay by Phoebe Robinson. Foreword by Ilana Glazer.
The star of 2 Dope Queens and best-selling author of You Can't Touch My Hair presents an uproarious essay collection that explores subjects ranging from intersectional feminism and today's destructive dating scene to our culture's obsession with work and beauty.
From a co-creator and co-star of the hit series Broad City comes a humorous and poignant collection about love, loss, work, comedy and figuring out who you really are when you thought you already knew.
Lessons From Lucy: The Simple Joys of an Old, Happy Dog by Dave Barry
A Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and best-selling author of Dave Barry Turns 40 now shows how to age gracefully, taking cues from his beloved and highly intelligent dog, Lucy.
My Squirrel Days by Ellie Kemper
The comedian and star of The Office and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt delivers a hilarious and uplifting collection of essays about one pale woman’s journey from Midwestern naïf to Hollywood semi-celebrity to outrageously reasonable New Yorker.
Corrosion of Conservatism: Why I Left the Right by Max Boot
Warning that the Trump presidency presages America’s decline, a political commentator recounts his extraordinary journey from lifelong Republican to vehement Trump opponent.
The Fifth Risk: Undoing Democracy by Michael Lewis
The best-selling author of Liar's Poker presents a narrative account of the post-2016 election chaos that took over Washington to reveal how a small number of uninformed Trump appointees are triggering devastating world consequences.
LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media by P. W. Singer & Emerson T. Brooking
Two defense experts explore the collision of war, politics and social media, where the most important battles are now only a click away.
Prius or Pickup?: How the Answers to Four Simple Questions Explain America’s Great Divide by Marc Hetherington & Jonathan Weiler
Two award-winning political scientists provide the psychological key to America’s deadlocked politics, showing that we are divided not by ideologies but something deeper—personality differences that appear in everything from politics to parenting to the workplace to TV preferences. Includes charts and graphs.
The Red and the Blue: The 1990s and the Birth of Political Tribalism by Steve Kornacki
An MSNBC and NBC News national political correspondent presents a history of the 1990s twin paths of Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich to argue that their rivalry triggered massive policy shifts that reverberate in today's political landscape.
A #1 New York Times best-selling author calls out who he believes are mass hysteria mongers and their methods, and shows Americans that we must look to history to understand the present, and avoid repeating the mistakes of the past.
Storm Lake: A Chronicle of Change, Resilience, and Hope From a Heartland Newspaper by Art Cullen
The Pulitzer Prize-winning owner of a small, twice-weekly Iowa newspaper that took on a big agri-industry corporation for poisoning their local rivers takes a candid look at the changing politics, environment, economics and demographics of his farming and meatpacking town.
Them: Why We Hate Each Other—and How to Heal by Ben Sasse
An Ivy League historian and fifth-generation Nebraskan presents an intimate and urgent assessment of the existential political crisis in today's America that traces the dismantling of tribal traditions and the rise of volatile bipartisanism. By the New York Times best-selling author of The Vanishing American Adult.
Trump, the Blue-Collar President by Anthony Scaramucci
The founder of Oscar Capital Management and SkyBridge Capital draws on insights and stories from his long-term relationship with Donald Trump to explain how the current administration's economic policies are promoting a thriving Wall Street.
Trumponomics: Inside the America First Plan to Get Our Economy Back on Track by Stephen Moore & Arthur B. Laffer. Foreword by Lawrence Kudlow.
Two leading conservative economists present a defense of Trump's populist approaches to trade, taxes, employment and infrastructure, offering insight into what further steps they recommend to return jobs to the American heartland.
The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene
The best-selling author of The 48 Laws of Power draws on ancient wisdom to counsel readers on how to understand the unconscious motivations of others, exercise self-control and avoid conformity to develop an individual sense of purpose.
Lose Well by Chris Gethard
The host of The Chris Gethard Show on TV and the Beautiful Stories from Anonymous People podcast presents a humorous self-help narrative for overcoming the fears of failure in order to start living life on one's own terms.
Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks on Me by Charlamagne Tha God
The New York Times best-selling author of Black Privilege and cohost of Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, reveals his blueprint for breaking free from one's fears and anxiety to reach that elusive next level of success.
You Are a Badass Every Day by Jen Sincero
An empowering collection of edgy, bite-sized daily mantras and meditations counsels readers on how to make the most of personal resources and opportunities while embracing the courage to let go of mistakes, take responsibility and enjoy one's successes.
American Like Me: Reflections on Life Between Cultures by America Ferrera
From an award-winning actress and political activist comes a vibrant and varied collection of first person accounts from prominent figures—including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Issa Rae, Kumail Nanjiani, Roxane Gay and many more—about the experience of growing up between cultures.
Invisible: The Forgotten Story of the Black Woman Lawyer Who Took Down America's Most Powerful Mobster by Stephen L. Carter
The best-selling author of The Emperor of Ocean Park traces the story of his grandmother, an African-American attorney who, in spite of period barriers, devised the strategy that sent mafia chieftain Lucky Luciano to prison in the 1930s.
Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women's Anger by Soraya Chemaly
The director of the Women’s Media Center Speech Project urges 21st-century women to embrace their anger and harness it as a tool for lasting personal and societal change.