An investigation of the Religious Right’s rise to political power + a memoir of a woman earning a living in an Ohio steel mill + an intimate and expansive collection of essays about American life + the seven key principles of commanding a team of elite individuals from a Navy SEAL = this nonfiction round-up.
THE POWER OF WORSHIPPERS: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism by Katherine Stewart
“Journalist Stewart (THE GOOD NEWS CLUB) paints a disturbing picture in this thorough accounting of the rise of religious nationalism, which promotes that the United States was founded as a Christian nation and that the government should pass laws informed by a particular reading of the Bible…A must-read for those interested in the influence of religion on politics and the effects on our political institutions.”–Library Journal, starred review
RUST: A Memoir of Steel and Grit by Eliese Colette Goldbach
“Bringing her perspective as an outsider—both as a woman and a liberal—to this insightful account of the steel worker’s lot, Goldbach displays refreshing candor and hard-earned knowledge about the issues that divide us and the work that unites us.”–Booklist
THIN PLACES: Essays from In Between by Jordan Kisner
“In her forthright first essay collection, Kisner explores a variety of topics, from adolescence to mental health, relationships, and religion…Kisner’s essays offer genuine examination of the realities of here and now and life’s universal paradoxes.”–Booklist
A former Navy SEAL writes on the principles of purpose and discipline in life to achieve success.
THE POWER OF WORSHIPPERS: Inside the Dangerous Rise of Religious Nationalism by Katherine Stewart; 9781635573435; available now.
RUST: A Memoir of Steel and Grit by Eliese Colette Goldbach; 9781250239402; available now.
THIN PLACES: Essays from In Between by Jordan Kisner; 9780374274641; available now.
STARING DOWN THE WOLF: 7 Leadership Commitments That Forge Elite Teams by Mark Divin; 9781250231581; available now.