Harper Collins

Christopher Moore plunges you back into the modern-day troubles of a rag-tag bunch of reluctant death merchants in San Francisco, threatened by the return of terrifying and disgusting evil, and bonus entertainment from the adorable, foul-mouthed Big Death Sophie. Whether you’re just after the next part of a story begun in A Dirty Job, or are addicted to Moore’s trademark quirky prose and irrepressibly irreverent world view, Secondhand Souls is here for you.  --Jocelyn

ISBN: 9780061779787
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Published: William Morrow & Company - August 25th, 2015

I’ll admit I picked up this book more for Ginsberg than for O’Connor, but reading about the similarities and differences in their paths to the Supreme Court and their experiences thereafter was fascinating. I learned a lot about the incredible battles they fought for women’s equality, about the way the Supreme Court functions, and about these two culturally transformative Justices. It’s accessible and entertaining, and should be widely read.  --Nici

ISBN: 9780062238467
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Published: Harper - September 2015

Do you love history, the Civil War, or just stories about kickass ladies? This book has all that and more! Well-researched and full of detailed stories, Karen Abbot focuses on four women and their experiences and contributions during this chaotic time, such as Emma Emonds’ undercover life as a man in the Union army.  --Rachel

ISBN: 9780062092908
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Published: Harper Perennial - September 8th, 2015

Fletcher the fox is worried. Leaves just keep falling off his favorite tree, and he doesn’t know how to help! Luckily for Fletcher, once winter comes, he’s in for an exciting surprise. This is a delightful book, and Fletcher may be the most adorable fox ever. Ages 4+


By Julia Rawlinson, Tiphanie Beeke (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9780061573972
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Published: HarperTrophy - August 26th, 2008

Death may be a certainty in life, but that still leaves a handful of options as to the "how" of it all. Final Exits provides a whirlwind look at the vast history of intriguing ways people have died. Need to buy a gift for someone who likes reading "weird non-fiction?" or craving a new conversation piece on the coffee table? Look no further.

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ISBN: 9780060817411
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Published: HarperCollins Publishers - October 3rd, 2006

It's fin de siècle Paris. The Eiffel Tower graces the skyline, intelligentsia grace the cafes, and Toulouse-Latrec graces the brothels—as do most artists. Baker Lucien Lessard longs to be one of them! Soon, however, his painting and, of course, a girl, lead him into a mystery of art and human nature that stretches from Van Gogh's suicide to the dawn of civilization.

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ISBN: 9780061779756
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Published: William Morrow & Company - October 9th, 2012

Vacationing with her playboy father and his for-the-moment lover, Cecile is enjoying a self-indulgent summer of swimming and sunning in the South of France. Things go south when Daddy starts a new relationship with her dead mom's friend and head further south when Cecile takes it upon herself to break up the new couple. About six feet further south.

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By Francoise Sagan, Irene Ash (Translator), Diane Johnson (Introduction by)
ISBN: 9780061440793
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Published: Harper Perennial - June 2008

The mix of political and historical details lends a depth to this vivid thriller. Locke plots a twisting path that has many subtle aspects as her main character, Jay Porter, tries to keep a murder from messing up his life. Set in the 1980s, the story also takes many trips back to Jay’s more radical youth as he tries to reconcile his past, his present, and his sense of morality. It’s part social commentary, part nail-biter, and altogether highly recommended.  —Nici

ISBN: 9780061735851
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Published: Harper Perennial - April 20th, 2010

Looking for a great escape that will stimulate your imagination, accelerate your pulse, and leave you utterly amazed? Trust me, you want to pick up The Bees. This unique novel is the story of Flora 717: a bee, in a hive, who isn’t quite like the other drones and can’t quite toe the party line. Paull’s story takes very true-to-life bee biology and behavior as its starting point and builds a fictionalized culture on top of it that is cruel and beautiful—both alien and familiar. Flora 717 will steal your heart.

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ISBN: 9780062331175
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Published: Ecco Press - May 12th, 2015

In Focus, bestselling author Daniel Goleman (Emotional Intelligence) takes a look at the underrated asset of attention—something sorely tested in this age of distraction. “With compelling insights, wide-ranging examples, and cutting-edge science, Goleman makes the convincing case that the ability to focus is a key to excellence, in both our personal and professional lives—and also explains how to boost that focus.” —Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project

ISBN: 9780062114969
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Published: Harper Paperbacks - May 5th, 2015



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