A powerful story of three widows whose lives and fates become intertwined when they live together in a crumbling Bavarian castle at the end of WWII.
Le Carre’s first Smiley novel in more than twenty-five years , this story interweaves past and present as Smiley and former colleagues come under scrutiny by a generation with no memory of the Cold War and no patience with its justifications.
This lavishly illustrated atlas takes readers off the beaten path and outside normal conceptions of California, revealing its myriad ecologies, topographies, and histories in exquisite maps and trail paintings.
Bestselling author, former White House speechwriter, and Atlantic columnist David Frum explains why President Trump has undermined our most important institutions in ways even the most critical media has missed, in this thoughtful and hard-hitting book that is a warning for democracy and America’s future.
Told in three distinct and uniquely compelling sections, this inventive and unforgettable debut novel by Lisa Halliday explores the imbalances of relationships: inequities in age, power, talent, wealth, fame, geography, and justice.
This latest Oprah’s Book Club Selection is a powerful story of a new marriage doomed by secrets and an unjust legal system.
First published in 1968, while Abbey was working as a ranger at Arches National Park outside of Moab, Utah, this is a rare view of one man’s quest to experience nature in its purest form.
Inspired by the incredible true story of a Jewish family separated at the start of World War II, determined to survive and to reunite.
Fans of All the Light We Cannot See, The Nightingale, and Unbroken will enjoy this riveting saga of history, suspense, and love. Based on the true story of a one young man’s incredible courage and resilience during one of history’s darkest hours.
A traveling psychic claims to be able to tell anyone the day they will die. The Gold children—four adolescents on the cusp of self-awareness—sneak out to hear their fortunes, which inform their next five decades.
A recluse in NYC spies on a seemingly perfect family in her neighborhood. An interesting take on Hitchcock’s Rear Window.
In this ferociously imaginative novel, abortion is once again illegal in America, in-vitro fertilization is banned, and the Personhood Amendment grants rights of life, liberty, and property to every embryo.
Smart mystery about a woman who disappears from her family, leaving notes in the books in their home.
Winner of France’s most prestigious literary prize, the Goncourt–and the first book by a Moroccan woman to win — a riveting exploration of power, class, race, domesticity, and motherhood.
Rich story of a Southern odyssey from past to present, showing both the power and limitation of family.
This children’s book reinvents fairy tales, inspiring girls with the stories of 100 great women from Elizabeth I to Serena Williams.
The sequel to the sensational New York Times bestseller inspiring girls around the world to dream bigger, aim higher, and fight harder. This entirely new collection of one hundred bedtime stories celebrates extraordinary women: queens and activists, ballerinas and lawyers, pirates and computer scientists, astronauts and inventors – a stunning book.
Little llama shows his friends and family how much he loves them with heart-shaped cards and lots of hugs. What could be sweeter than Llama Llama on Valentine’s Day?
Follow Daisy and Basil as they look for Ladybug all over Plant City. The first book in a new series from up-and-coming illustrator Katherina Manolessou.
Inspired by a memory of sitting in a box on her driveway with her sister, Antoinette Portis captures the thrill of the power of imagination. Makes an original and compelling gift to mark an occasion such as a graduation
Meg Murry and her friends become involved with unearthly strangers and a search for Meg’s father, who has disappeared while engaged in secret work for the government. An enduring childhood staple, both funny and scary.