A New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice
A "gripping and heartfelt" (The New York Times Book Review) story about two young brothers contending with the love they have for their abusive father, One of the Boys is a stunning, compact debut by a major new talent.
Anonymous is back with the intoxicating, darkly dangerous, and wildly addictive sequel to his New York Times bestselling debut novel Diary of an Oxygen Thief.
-- Irish Book of the Year FinalistA whimsical, touching debut about loneliness, friendship and hope...
-- An Amazon Best Books of the Year So Far pick
A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2017"An addictive, sprawling epic; I wolfed it down."
--Miranda July, author of The First Bad Man and It Chooses You "Easily the funniest book I've read this year."
In Strangers Tend to Tell Me Things--her follow-up memoir to the NYT bestselling The Mighty Queens of Freeville--America's most popular advice columnist, "Ask Amy," shares her journey of family, second chances, and finding love.
One of The New York Times Book Review's 10 Best Books of the Year
Longlisted for the Man Booker Prize
Winner of the RSL Encore Award
Finalist for the Los Angeles Book Prize
A New York Times and Wall Street Journal Bestseller
On the last day of summer, a young college grad moves to Chicago and rents a small apartment on the north side of the city, by the lake.
Nominated for the 2017 Edgar Award for Best Novel
A SCATHING LOOK AT THE STANDARD-BEARERS OF LIBERAL POLITICS--A BOOK THAT ASKS: WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH DEMOCRATS?
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Newt Scamander's classic compendium of magical creatures, has delighted generations of wizarding readers.
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler meets The Apothecary in this time-bending mystery from bestselling author Carol Goodman
The instant New York Times bestseller
A Newbery Medalist and a Caldecott Honoree offer a glorious, lyrical ode to poets who have sparked a sense of wonder.
Multi-award-winning, New York Times best-selling duo Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen conspire again on a slyly funny tale about some very sneaky shapes.