An historic literary event: the publication of a newly discovered novel, the earliest known work from Harper Lee, the beloved, bestselling author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, To Kill a Mockingbird.
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For such a simple seasoning, salt has an impressive lineage. From
preserving meat (in pantries and tombs alike) to acting as currency,
salt is way more bad-ass than what your table-top condiment is
An unflinching account of the kidnapping and imprisonment of
these young women, held for a decade by a madman, Enduring
unimaginable physical and psychological torture, they outlasted
their tormentor and escaped to freedom. This is not a whitewashed
version of their story. It is clear-eyed and deep.
If you have indoor cats, chances are they get pretty nutty sometimes (or all the time). Luckily, the solution can be as simple as providing the appropriate furnishings, and Jackson Galaxy, the amazing host of My Cat from Hell, has provided a guide to catifying your home. Make your house the most cat friendly place it can be with this awesome book!
A philosopher-turned-mechanic spectacular manifesto in defense of manual labor is disconcertingly pertinent as our lives become more digitized and our minds more numbed—and lost is the ability to make or repair anything tangible. Working with one’s hands, Shop Class demands, is the key to intellectual stimulation, economic independence, and human flourishing.
Hart completely deserves a drink after the fun and hilarity of this
memoir! Even if you’ve never seen this YouTube starlet, whose
videos I highly recommend, you will fall in love with this
irreverent and touching story of how she got to be so awesome and
so hung over. I laughed, I drank, I loved this book! Pro Tip: Do not
skip the introduction of this book, totally worth it.
Master of humor and heart, Nick Hornby curated this hilarious and
heart-wrenching collection of short stories as a benefit for
TreeHouse, a UK school for severely autistic kids--one of whom is
Hornby's son. These pieces come together in a satisfyingly on-
point blend of wit and tenderness, from some of today's most
admired voices in fiction.
This book has it all—lovely queer Victorian heroines and a series
of misunderstandings convoluted enough to rival Shakespeare.
Susan agrees to pose as Maud's maid to steal her substantial
inheritance, but develops affection, and then something deeper, for
her target. Then disaster strikes as one girl is held captive while the
other is sent to a madhouse. A breathless read.
Aerin, the king's daughter, can't seem to perform magic and isn’t
suited to court and castle life. So she takes her father's old war
horse and some fireproof ointment, and decides to become a
dragon-slayer. The way her personal story effortlessly unfolds
alongside that of the kingdom's greater struggle against evil is a
mark of McKinley's divine storytelling.
I’m a little obsessed with knitting, yarn, and pretty much
everything surrounding the craft. So I just had to read this book
about Georgia, the single mom who owns a yarn store, and the
band of misfits she pulls into a regular knitting circle. The book is
funny, poignant and an ultimately heart-warming story about the
power of friendship—and yarn!
One blustery day right before Lent, a woman and her daughter
walk into a dreary little town and open a chocolate shop. From that
moment, everyone’s lives are turned upside down. This is the
novel I curl up with to dream of France, handsome men, and life-
changing chocolate treats. Even if you’ve seen the movie, nothing
beats the beauty and magic of this book.