Nonfiction Round-Up (6/10/20)

For today’s nonfiction round-up we have an eclectic examination of migration in the face of climate change, an untold economic story of Russia’s current power system, and a groundbreaking take on medicine and wellness to increase healthspan and lifespan. THE NEXT GREAT MIGRATION: The Beauty and Terror of Life on the Move by Sonia Shah […]

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Booklist’s Top 10 Health and Wellness

Booklist explores public and private well-being in their Top 10 Health and Wellness books of the past year, including 3 Macmillan titles! ELDERHOOD: Redefining Aging, Transforming Medicine, Reimagining Life by Louise Aronson As revelatory as Atul Gawande’s BEING MORTAL, physician and award-winning author Louise Aronson’s ELDERHOOD is an essential, empathetic look at a vital but […]

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Nonfiction Round-Up (1/16/19)

Nonfiction Round-Up (1/16/19)

Aging doesn’t have to be scary! Today’s Nonfiction Round-Up is here to help guide your patrons through the process: DOWNHILL FROM HERE: Retirement Insecurity in the Age of Inequality by Katherine S. Newman A sharp examination of the looming financial catastrophe of retirement in America. “Strongly recommended for policymakers, business and nonprofit leaders, and general […]

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LJ Fall 2018 Editors’ Picks

LJ Fall 2018 Editors’ Picks

We’ve got two of Library Journal’s Fall 2018 Editors’ Picks! “Twenty-five years after her groundbreaking RECLAIMING OPHELIA, which examined the lives of adolescent girls, psychologist Mary Pipher addresses the concerns of their older sisters in WOMEN ROWING NORTH: Navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing as We Age (Bloomsbury USA, Jan. 2019) as they transition into late […]

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Introducing Celadon Books!

Introducing Celadon Books!

Welcome to Macmillan’s newest imprint, Celadon Books! Founded by publishing industry veterans Jamie Raab and Deb Futter, Celadon selects each title with thoughtful consideration in an effort to create a list that is at once classic, uncommon, and fosters discoverability of new voices. Their motto: “We believe that when readers finish a Celadon book, they […]

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Stars for HOW HARD CAN IT BE?

Stars for HOW HARD CAN IT BE?

Remember Kate Reddy from Allison Pearson’s smash hit, I DON’T KNOW HOW SHE DOES IT, made into a movie starring Sarah Jessica Parker? Now Kate’s back and tackling the trials of the “Sandwich Generation” with her signature wit and humor in HOW HARD CAN IT BE?, which was just optioned for TV and has THREE […]

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Monday Funday With New Nonfiction

Monday Funday With New Nonfiction

Memoirs, feminism, espionage, comedians, dogs—these new nonfiction books available this month have something for every reader: ADMISSIONS: Life as a Brain Surgeon by Henry Marsh “Like DO NO HARM, Marsh’s previous memoir, ADMISSIONS is ‘wandering and ruminative, an overland trek through the doctor’s anxieties and private shames,’ our critic Jennifer Senior writes. Marsh once again […]

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Happy #BookBday (5/2/17 Edition)

Happy #BookBday (5/2/17 Edition)

Oh what a lovely day for a #BookBday! NO ONE CAN PRONOUNCE MY NAME by Rakesh Satyal A humorous and tender multi-generational novel about immigrants and outsiders, those trying to find their place in American society and within their own families. “Through his beautifully crafted characters, Satyal’s second novel explores identity, sexuality, family, immigrant life, […]

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