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Tudor historian Tracy Borman evaluates the king through the eyes of his most important advisers.
The book brings together transcriptions from Robert Penn Warren's 1960s interviews with leaders as well as foot soldiers in the fight for justice.
A collection of recent releases celebrates the joy of connecting with a grandparent, remembering the Moon landing, and slowing down to appreciate life, and much more.
One writer learned that letting books go – even for a bibliophile who counts them as a treasured possession – can be liberating.
As part of the anthology 'On Christmas,' writer Sue Townsend remembers how the Christmases of her childhood included plenty of books.
Photographer Simon Roberts's images turn scenes into large-scale dioramas.
Japanese Americans held at Manzanar demonstrated dignity and resilience.
The scholar’s professional life has been about challenging orthodox ways of thinking about Christianity. In her new book, she shows the personal struggle behind that quest.
The solitary act of reading becomes more social – and maybe a little more competitive – at a typical book club. Here’s a middle-ground idea for the shy or introverted and homework-averse.
Tunbjork was one of Sweden’s most prominent photographers.
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Gordon Parks’s work confronted racism in the pre-civil rights era.
Jarrett Krosoczka’s recent memoir is about growing up with a parent struggling with addiction. But its messages for young people focus on resiliency and giving thanks.
Rick Bragg's 'The Best Cook in the World' and 'Enlightenment Now' by Steven Pinker were two of our favorites for this year.
A reimagining of 'Beowulf' and Anne Tyler's latest are two of the works of fiction that made the cut for our list.
US sales of children's Spanish-language books rose 6 percent over the past year, while overall Spanish-language books rose 15 percent. As America's demographics continue to change, business-savvy bilingual mothers are creating bilingual books, apps, and videos.
Millennial writers with Israeli and Palestinian heritage living in the US are forging new ways of looking at the conflict.
In many ways, Ferdinand Addis's book reads more like a slightly modernized and extended version of Livy than an actual work of what we would consider modern, serious history.
Author Craig Morgan Teicher’s best insights are ultimately about poetry’s connection to the sublime.
Franzen ranges far and wide here – from birds to travel to climate change and then back to birds – sometimes leaving skid marks between pieces.
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