"A harrowing, humane, and very beautiful book." --Garth Greenwell, author of What Belongs to You
From one of our most exciting and provocative young writers, a poignant, riotously funny story of how far some will go for love--and how far some will go to escape it.
Science fiction becomes reality in this Jurassic Park-like story of the genetic resurrection of an extinct species--the woolly mammoth--by the bestselling author of The Accidental Billionaires and The 37th Parallel.
Queen of Bebop brilliantly chronicles the life of jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, one of the most influential and innovative musicians of the twentieth century and a pioneer of women's and civil rights
"The Hike just works. It's like early, good Chuck Palahniuk. . . . Magary underhands a twist in at the end that hits you like a sharp jab at the bell. . . . It's just that good." --NPR.org
"A page-turner. . . . Inventive, funny. . . . Quietly profound and touching."--BoingBoing
Amrapali Anna Singh is an historian and analyst capable of discerning the most cryptic and trivial details from audio recordings. One day, a mysterious man appears at her office in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, having traveled a great distance to bring her three Type IV audio cassettes that bear the stamp of a library in Buenos Aires that may or may not exist.
A collection of all-new Paris-themed essays written by some of the biggest names in women's fiction, including Paula McLain, Therese Anne Fowler, Maggie Shipstead, and Lauren Willig--edited by Eleanor Brown, the New York Times bestselling author of The Weird Sisters and The Light of Paris.
Longlisted for an Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence A Washington Post notable book of the year America's national parks are breathing spaces in a world in which such spaces are steadily disappearing, which is why more than 300 million people visit the parks each year.
A targeted and insightful guide to the stages of writing fiction and memoir without falling into common traps, while wisely navigating the writing life, from an award-winning author and longtime teacher"A book-length master class." --The Atlantic
"A memorable and lovely debut."--Kirkus Reviews"Walking with Miss Millie is full of subtle wisdom. Its ending is satisfying though sobering and there are elements of this story that stay with you long after the last page has been read."--Karen English, Coretta Scott King Honor Award Author
Robot has lost his arm -- can you help him find a new one? Step into a charming mechanical world invented by a striking new picture book artist.
A book about language, play, and the relationship between words and images, If Apples Had Teeth is graphic, smart, silly, and surreal all at the same time. Language and thought come to life as counterfactuals and possibilities are conjured and proposed.
Hooray for books They make me ROAR
Doris the Bookasaurus thinks books are mega-dino-tastic They make her spiky tail wiggle and her imagination soar.