Winner of the 2015 National Outdoor Book Award for Natural History Literature and the 2015 PEN New England Henry David Thoreau Prize.
A dazzling, inspiring tour through the ways that humans are working with nature to try to save the planet.More
This compelling narrative goes behind the scenes with the world’s most important living artists to humanize and demystify contemporary art.More
At once a celebration of technology and a warning about its misuse, The Glass Cage will change the way you think about the tools you use every day.More
Lester R. Brown, Emily Adams, Janet Larsen, Et Al.
The great energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy is under way.More
#1 New York Times Bestseller — With a new AfterwordMore
The dramatic story of fugitive slaves and the antislavery
activists who defied the law to help them reach freedom.More
“A frightening and fascinating masterpiece of science reporting that reads like a detective story.” —Walter IsaacsonMore
A triumphant portrait of a fiery sisterhood changing the lives of India's women.More
William P. Jones
“Vivid and moving. . . . [Tells] a story all but lost in most civil rights histories.”—Bill Marvel, Dallas Morning NewsMore
Winner of the Zócalo Book Prize
Shortlisted for the 2015 PEN/John Kenneth Galbraith Award
Winner of the Francis Parkman Prize, Society of American Historians
“Danielle Allen lays bare the Declaration’s history and significance, returning it to its true and rightful owners—you and me.”—Junot DíazMore
This panoramic account of 1776 chronicles the other revolutions unfolding
that year across North America, far beyond the British colonies.More
A beautiful, vibrant memoir about growing up motherless in 1970s and ’80s San Francisco with an openly gay father.More
A 2014 New York Times Book Review Notable Book and Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year
A Boston Globe 'Best Nonfiction of 2014' (Kate Tuttle’s pick)
NPR, Staff Pick: 'The Dark Side, Science and Society & Eye Opening Reads Categories'
Amazon, 'Best Books of 2014: Nonfiction'
Imagine that a terrorist tried to kill you. If you could face him again, on your terms, what would you do?More
Edward O. Wilson
Pulitzer Prize–winning biologist Edward O. Wilson imparts the wisdom of his storied career to the next generation.More
Helga Weiss, Francine Prose, Neil Bermel
“A sacred reminder of what so many millions suffered, and only a few survived.”—Adam Kirsch, New RepublicMore