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For Finding Joy
The Book of Delights
by Ross Gay

The perfect book for this time of year: Ross Gay, one of today’s most dynamic literary voices, spent a year writing daily essays about things that delighted him. A powerful reminder that we can stake out a space in our lives for delight. "Contagious in their joy.” —The New York Times Book Review

Our Wild Calling
by Richard Louv

The bestselling author of the seminal Last Child in the Woods, Richard Louv now shows us how connecting with animals can change our lives—and save theirs. This thoughtful book helps in an overwhelming world. “A game-changer.” —Psychology Today
A Craftsman's Legacy
by Eric Gorges

From public television host Eric Gorges comes a book for makers, for seekers of all kinds, an exhilarating look into the heart and soul of artisans—and how their wisdom can inspire us all. Learn how working with our hands gives us meaning.

For Our Times
Crossfire Hurricane
by Josh Campbell

Former FBI special agent Josh Campbell delivers the definitive road map to impeachment, a history from 2016 to today, with this unprecedented look behind the scenes of the Russia investigation.
What Unites Us
by Dan Rather
& Elliot Kirschner

Trusted newsman Dan Rather's voice brings us together at this divisive moment in our country. His instant bestseller—now in paperback—offers “a tonic for our times” (USA Today), just when we need it most. An ideal holiday read!
Who Says You're Dead?
by Jacob M. Appel, MD

Discover your answer to the toughest question—what would you do?—with the riveting real-world, hot-button scenarios in this addictive book. Dr. Jacob Appel defies easy answers and stimulates thought and even debate.
For Great Lives
Ordinary Girls
by Jaquira Díaz

On almost every must-read list, Jaquira Díaz's fierce, eloquent memoir tracks her challenging childhood in Puerto Rico and Miami, mapping a way out of despair toward love and hope.
Mighty Justice
by Dovey Johnson Roundtree
& Katie McCabe

Meet Dovey Johnson Roundtree, the trailblazing attorney and soldier all of us should know more about, the woman who “proved . . . a single individual can turn the tides of history.” —Michelle Obama 
Burning Down the Haus
by Tim Mohr

To mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, meet the German punks who defeated authoritarianism three chords at a time. “Riveting and inspiring.” —The New York Times
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