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Summer 2016 Books Now Online

The Power Paradox by Dacher Keltner– A Radical New Vision of Success.

The Way to the Spring by Ben Ehrenreich– From an award-winning journalist, a brave and necessary immersion into the lives and struggles of a group of everyday Palestinians.

Monterey Bay by Lindsay Hatton– A beautiful debut set around the creation of the world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium—and the last days of John Steinbeck’s Cannery Row.

Self-Reg by Dr. Stuart Shanker– The first parenting book to bring the science and psychology of children’s behavior together to build brain/body awareness for self-regulation and success.

The Wicked Boy by Kate Summerscale– From the internationally bestselling author, a deeply researched and atmospheric murder mystery of late Victorian-era London.

Dark Mirror by Barton Gellman– From the three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning author of the New York Times bestseller Angler, who unearthed the deepest secrets of Edward Snowden’s NSA archive, the first master narrative of the surveillance state that emerged after 9/11 and why it matters, based on scores of hours of conversation with Snowden and groundbreaking reportage in Washington, London, Moscow and Silicon Valley.

Don’t Tell Me You’re Afraid by Giuseppe Catozzella– Based on a remarkable true story, an unforgettable Somali girl risks her life on the migrant journey to Europe to run in the Olympic Games.

How the Post Office Created America by Winifred Gallagher– The definitive history of the US Postal Service, the least appreciated and analyzed of America’s great institutions, and an examination of how this remarkable organization created America.

The Gentleman by Forrest Leo– A funny, fantastically entertaining debut novel, in the spirit of Wodehouse and Monty Python, about a famous poet who inadvertently sells his wife to the devil—then recruits a band of adventurers to rescue her.

The Opposite of Woe by John Hickenlooper– The maverick (and very funny) governor of Colorado tells his story, from early loss to college on the ten-year plan, to remarkable business and later political success.

The Food and Wine of France by Edward Behr– A beautiful and deeply researched investigation into French cuisine, from the founding editor of The Art of Eating and author of 50 Foods.

Navigating Life by Margaux Bergen– An inspiring, piercingly honest user’s guide to life, written for the author’s daughter and given to her on her first day of college, reflecting tough lessons about family, work, and marriage.

 

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