After an extremely long year, we’re ending 2021 on a high note!
For this Grab a Galley our wonderful publishing partners have pulled out all the stops. With over 200 titles covering every category and offering an astounding breath of genres, you’ll find a title for every taste.
PW’s Winter/Spring Grab a Galley really does have it all – sci-fi, true crime, rom-coms, memoirs, literary comics, YA fantasy, seek-and-find picture books, folktales, literary thrillers, story collections, graphic novels, pandemic diaries, dual-language middle grade novels and life lessons from a loveable if completely anxious golden retriever puppy.
That’s just to start. Browse through the entire collection below to see all the outstanding titles!
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Acne: A Memoir
by Laura Chinn
Hachette BooksLaura Chinn tells her by turns horrifying and hilarious story of growing up with non-conformist, preoccupied parents and countless family tragedies, including really bad, chronic acne, her brother’s tragic decline from brain cancer, and how she found happiness despite everything.
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by Kendra James
Grand Central PublishingA sharp-witted and deeply insightful look into the storied world of elite prep schools from the first African-American legacy student to graduate from The Taft School. "[A]n eye-opening examination of race, class, and privilege in America."―Publishers Weekly
ZHAO Chuang and YANG Yang
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Age of Dinosaurs
by ZHAO Chuang and YANG Yang
Brown Books PublishingCreated by the curators of the largest dinosaur fossil collection in the world, this stunning series brings the reader deep into our ancient world. Foreword by Dr. Mark A. Norell, Paleontologist Curator at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Ages 12+.
Tracey Gendron, Ph.D.
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Ageism Unmasked: Exploring Age Bias and How to End It
by Tracey Gendron, Ph.D.
Steerforth PressWhy do we still tolerate stereotypes and discrimination based on age? This bold account of the history and present-day realities of ageism by a nationally recognized gerontologist and dynamic speaker uncovers ageism's roots, impact, and how each of us can create a new reality of elderhood—in our lives, communities, and even our bookstores, libraries, and workplaces.
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Allow Me to Retort: A Black Guy’s Guide to the Constitution
by Elie Mystal
The New PressThe MSNBC commentator and legal editor of The Nation turns his razor-sharp wit and legal acumen on our founding document and finds it to be . . . Well, awfully white.
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by Nancy Balbirer
Little AFinding love is all a matter of timing in a surprising, complicated, and funny memoir by the author of A Marriage in Dog Years.
Jane Simon Ammeson
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America’s Femme Fatale: The Story of Serial Killer Belle Gunness
by Jane Simon Ammeson
Indiana University PressHow does a Norwegian farm girl become an infamous American serial killer? In America's Femme Fatale: The Story of Serial Killer Belle Gunness, Jane Simon Ammeson traces Gunness's path from a poor teenager rejected by a wealthy lover to an ambitious, widowed landowner in Indiana. Perfect for true-crime fans, America's Femme Fatale will leave you entertained and looking over your shoulder.
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by Yasmín Ramírez
Cinco Puntos PressThis beautiful coming-of-age memoir from Mexican American debut author Yasmín Ramírez doubles as a love letter to the tough grandmother who raised her. Her honesty in self-reflection, especially about periods where she felt directionless, and her vivid depictions of a mother and grandmother who persevered through hard knocks, offers vulnerable solidarity to readers who've had hard knocks of their own.
Angela Y. Davis
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Angela Davis: An Autobiography
by Angela Y. Davis
Haymarket BooksFeaturing a new introduction by the author, Angela Davis: An Autobiography is a classic account of a life in struggle. Told with warmth, brilliance, humor and conviction, Angela Davis’s autobiography is a classic account of a life in struggle with echoes in our own time. "An activist. An author. A scholar. An abolitionist. A legend.” —Ibram X. Kendi
Pavel Dvorský, Jiří Grbavčič, Radek Malý
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Atlas of Extinct Animals
by Pavel Dvorský, Jiří Grbavčič, Radek Malý
AlbatrosThis book presents animals that once walked the Earth, but have vanished due to the actions of humankind. The gorgeous, detailed depictions and descriptions of species and their fates can only serve as a reminder and as a warning of how much life has already disappeared from the Earth. Book was selected by White Ravens 2020 for the annual catalog.
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Be the One You Need
by Sophia Nelson
Health Communications Inc.Sophia Nelson, the bestselling author of The Woman Code, offers a poignant, revealing memoir providing lessons that emphasize the importance of self-care, self-love, and self-understanding that will lead to freedom, healing from the past, and a better future. When we take care of these basic needs—love, connection, faith, and success—we better our chances for a balanced, fulfilled life.
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Bitch: On the Female of the Species
by Lucy Cooke
Basic BooksSince Charles Darwin, evolutionary biologists have been convinced that the males of the animal kingdom are the interesting ones—dominating and promiscuous, while females are dull, passive, and devoted. Cooke shows us a new evolutionary biology, one where females can be as dynamic as any male. This isn’t your grandfather’s evolutionary biology.
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Black and White: An Intimate, Multicultural Perspective on “White Advantage” and the Paths to Change
by Stephen Dorsey
Nimbus PublishingThe anticipated debut by a biracial community leader and citizen activist, exploring his lived experience of systemic racism and “white advantage” in North America and the paths forward.
Carol Cash Large - Foreword by Blake Shelton
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Blake Shelton: Happy Anywhere
by Carol Cash Large - Foreword by Blake Shelton
Backbeat BooksCarol Cash Large, longtime friend of Blake Shelton, helped move the award-winning musician to Nashville just two weeks after he graduated high school and has been with him every step of the way since. She takes you backstage for personal and unique insight into the life of the young singer with fifty personal photos from the author's collection.
Anthony Ianni and Rob Keast
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Centered: Autism, Basketball, and One Athlete’s Dreams
by Anthony Ianni and Rob Keast
Indiana University PressIn this remarkable memoir, Ianni, the first Division I college basketball player diagnosed with autism, reflects on his experiences with honesty, gratitude, and compassion. Sports fans will root for the underdog. Parents, teachers, and coaches will gain insight into the experience of an autistic child. And everyone will triumph in the achievements of Centered.
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Champagne for One: A Celebration of Solitude
by Rebekah Iliff
The Collective Book StudioWith sharp wit and sly satire, Iliff paints a picture of complete personal content, where readers will see themselves finally embracing the value of solitary life and laughing along the way. Champagne for One is a delightful spotlight on how to own being alone, perfect as a gift to a friend or as a treat to one’s solitary self.
Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto, Narrated by June Angela
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A Daughter of the Samurai
by Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto, Narrated by June Angela
Dreamscape MediaThis beautiful story follows the life of a first-generation Japanese immigrant coming to terms with an entirely new culture. The youngest daughter of a high-ranking samurai, Etsu was destined to become a priestess, but her fate changed when she was married off to a businessman and sent across the world to America.
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Dear Hartley: Thoughts on Character, Kindness, and Building a Brighter World
by Jedediah Bila
Center StreetEmmy-awarded host and news commentator, Jedediah Bila, writes honest, reflective letters to guide her son as he navigates life. Connecting her love for her child with her hopes for the next generation, Bila’s letters are jam-packed with quick wit and authentic, unpredictable insights on how to find common ground and unite in our wish for a better, brighter world.
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A Dish for All Seasons
by Kathryn Pauline
Chronicle BooksWhile many cookbooks are organized by season, A Dish for All Seasons flips the script. This creative approach to seasonal cooking features 26 go-to recipes, each with 4 variations. Every dish includes a base recipe plus 4 adaptations based on the season. With an inviting, photo-rich interior, this is a versatile, repertoire-building cookbook for delicious food at every meal.
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The Divorce Colony: How Women Revolutionized Marriage and Found Freedom on the American Frontier
by April White
Hachette BooksFrom a historian and senior writer and editor at Atlas Obscura, a deeply researched and fascinating account of the daring nineteenth-century women who moved to South Dakota to divorce their husbands and start living on their own terms, forever changing the country’s attitudes about marriage and divorce.
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by Valerie Bertinelli
Mariner BooksBeloved actress and New York Times best-selling author Valerie Bertinelli returns with a heartfelt look at turning sixty, the futility of finding happiness in numbers on a scale, learning to love herself the way she is today, and tips for a healthier outlook on life.
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Everything Harder Than Everyone Else: Why Some of Us Push Ourselves to Extremes
by Jenny Valentish
Apollo PublishersPraised by Publisher’s Weekly as “an eye-opening tour of the human psyche . . . with nuance and sensitivity,” Everything Harder Than Everyone Else is an unforgettable, no-holds-barred dive into the world of extreme behavior—from abstinence to ego, punishment to curiosity, obsession to reinvention—in which acclaimed journalist Jenny Valentish uncovers what drives those who push the limits of endurance.
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The Fairy Tellers
by Nicholas Jubber
Nicholas Brealey PublishingIn The Fairy Tellers, award-winning travel-writer Nick Jubber explores their secret history of fairy-tales: the people who told them, the landscapes that forged them, and the cultures that formed them. From North Africa and Siberia, this book illuminates the complicated relationship between Western civilization and the 'Eastern' cultures it borrowed from, and the strange lives of our long lost fairy-tellers.
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The Far Land: 200 Years of Murder, Mania, and Mutiny in the South Pacific
by Brandon Presser
Public AffairsA celebrated travel writer tells the story of the tiny, fascinating island of Pitcairn, home of precisely 49 people, all descendants of the original founders of the island, the famous mutineers who were the basis for the novels and movie The Mutiny on the Bounty.
Van Lathan Jr.
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Fat, Crazy, and Tired
by Van Lathan Jr.
Legacy LitVan Lathan Jr.'s sharp, funny, and brutally honest cultural critique of the unspoken obstacles and extreme anxiety that keep us from achieving and maintaining good health in America’s “wellness waistland,” explored through vignettes about his own weight loss and mental health journey.
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The First Kennedys
by Neal Thompson
Mariner BooksBased on genealogical breakthroughs and previously unreleased records, this is the first book to explore the inspiring story of the poor Irish refugee couple who escaped famine, created a life together in a city hostile to Irish, immigrants, and Catholics, and launched the Kennedy dynasty in America.
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by Kate Swenson
Park Row BooksWhen Kate’s son Cooper was diagnosed with severe, nonverbal autism, her world stopped. At first, Kate experienced the grief of broken dreams. Then the frustration and exhaustion of having to fight for your child in a world that is stacked against them. In Forever Boy, Kate shares her inspiring journey, offering solace and hope to others on this path and illuminating the strength and perseverance of mothers.
Corinne Delechat and Leandro Medina (editors)
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The Global Informal Workforce: Priorities for Inclusive Growth
by Corinne Delechat and Leandro Medina (editors)
International Monetary FundThe informal economy—comprising activities that have market value and would add to tax revenue if they were recorded—is a widespread global phenomenon. It can arise for many reasons and can span across borders. This book takes a fresh look at shadow economies around the world and their overall impact, while also uncovering the vulnerabilities of the informal workforce.
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by Leo Carver
Insight EditionsThis book forges an accessible path to self-discovery and truth; one that can apply to a small herb garden on the windowsill just as well as it would to a Buddhist Zen garden. Growing Consciousness will outline simple practices and explorations into the spiritual qualities of gardening and how one can marry spiritual growth and plant-based consumption to cultivate a more conscious and satisfying existence.
Sandi Brown and Dr. Michelle Caulk, PhD, LPN
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Healing Out Loud: How to Embrace God’s Love When You Don’t Like Yourself
by Sandi Brown and Dr. Michelle Caulk, PhD, LPN
DexterityIn this look at a journey through counseling told from both sides of the couch, Sandi Brown—the founder of St. Louis’s largest Christian radio ministry, JOY FM—and her counselor, Dr. Michelle Caulk, answer questions asked by so many Christian women today. Healing Out Loud is a guide to overcoming the negative thoughts that keep you from living in God’s light.
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How to Sell a Poison: The Rise, Fall, and Toxic Return of DDT
by Elena Conis
Bold Type BooksThe story of DDT as you’ve never heard it before: a fresh look at the much-maligned chemical compound as a cautionary tale of how powerful corporations have stoked the flames of science denialism for their own benefit.
Chelsea Austin Montgomery-Duban Wächter
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by Chelsea Austin Montgomery-Duban Wächter
Health Communications Inc.A hilarious and inspirational memoir of growing up with two gay dads and navigating life with joy, love, and gratitude. In a society that often puts people in boxes, Inexplicably Me inspires readers to embrace their own uniqueness and remember that we are all more alike than we are different.
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It Was Vulgar and It Was Beautiful: How AIDS Activists Used Art to Fight a Pandemic
by Jack Lowery
Bold Type BooksThe powerful story of art collective Gran Fury–who fought back during the AIDS crisis through organizing, direct action, and community-made propaganda–offers lessons in love and grief to today's marginalized communities.
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Living While Black: Using Joy, Beauty, and Connection to Heal Racial Trauma
by Guilaine Kinouani
Beacon PressA powerful look at the impacts of anti-Black racism and a practical guide for overcoming racial trauma through radical self-care as a form of resistance. With the rise of far-right ideologies and the increase of racist hate crimes, Living While Black is both timely and instrumental in moving conversations from defining racism for non-Black majorities to focusing on healing and nurturing the mental health of those facing prejudice, discrimination, and the lasting effects of the violence of white supremacy.
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by Meredith May
Park Row BooksIn this heartfelt memoir, Meredith May, author of The Honey Bus, shares her unforgettable journey with Edie, an unusually anxious dog, and the lessons about unconditional love that she learns along the way. From treating Edie with CBD gummies to visiting a dog medium, Meredith shows just how far she is willing to go to save her dog. But maybe Edie is secretly the one doing the saving—if Meredith will only open her heart.
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Manifesto: On Never Giving Up
by Bernardine Evaristo
Grove AtlanticFrom the bestselling and Booker Prize-winning author of Girl, Woman, Other comes a vital contribution to conversations around race, class, feminism, sexuality, and aging. Drawing deeply on her own experiences, Evaristo inspires us all to persist in doing work that we believe in, even when we might feel overlooked or discounted, from first vision, to continued perseverance, to eventual triumph.
Nyanyika Banda, Jesse J. Holland
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Marvel’s Black Panther: The Official Wakanda Cookbook
by Nyanyika Banda, Jesse J. Holland
Insight EditionsCreate meals fit for a king with this cookbook featuring over seventy delicious recipes from Wakanda and the African continent. Whether you’re welcoming Wakandan envoys, or simply hosting a watch party with friends, the 70+ African cuisine-inspired recipes in Marvel's Black Panther: The Official Wakanda Cookbook make it a must-have volume for any kitchen.
Fred Engh with Jann Seal
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Matchsticks: An Education in Black and White
by Fred Engh with Jann Seal
Square One Publishers, Inc.Matchsticks is the memoir of youth sports pioneer Fred Engh, the first white student to attend the all-Black Maryland State College in 1961. Fred’s intention was not to break racial barriers. He simply wanted a better life for his family as a teacher. What he learned in college would change his life and, in time, those of millions of kids.
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Move the Body, Heal the Mind
by Jennifer Heisz
Mariner BooksA noted neuroscientist reveals groundbreaking research on how fitness and exercise can combat mental health conditions such as anxiety, dementia, ADHD, and depression, and offers a plan for improving focus, creativity, and sleep.
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My Mother’s War
by Eva Taylor
Hanover Square PressAfter her mother’s death, Eva Taylor discovered an astounding collection of documents, photos and letters from her time as a resistance fighter in Nazi-occupied Holland. Using the letters, she reconstructed her mother's experience in the underground resistance movement and then as a prisoner in the Amersfoort, Ravensbruck and Mauthausen concentration camps.
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Nasty, Brutish, and Short
by Scott Hershovitz
Penguin PressLike any parent, Scott Hershovitz has observed his sons, Rex and Hank. From the time they could talk, they raised philosophical questions and wanted answers. Sometimes, his kids recreated ancient arguments or advanced novel views. Kids are natural philosophers, Hershovitz realized, and are some of the best around. With humor, Hershovitz follows an agenda set by his sons, from morality to gender and race.
Ousman Umar, translated by Kevin Gerry Dunn
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North to Paradise
by Ousman Umar, translated by Kevin Gerry Dunn
Amazon CrossingThe inspiring true story of one man’s treacherous boyhood journey from a rural village in Ghana to the streets of Barcelona—and the path that led him home.
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Out of the Dark: My Journey Through the Shadows to Find God’s Joy
K-LOVE BooksOut of the Dark: My Journey Through the Shadows to Find God’s Joy is Grammy Award-winning artist Mandisa’s exploration of her journey and the challenging times she experienced along the way. She writes personally about the way she felt betrayed by God, but also about how God has brought her out of the valley into His glorious light.
Carles Torner & Jennifer Clement, Peter McDonald, Rachel Potter, Carles Torner & Laetitia Zecchini
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PEN: An Illustrated History
by Carles Torner & Jennifer Clement, Peter McDonald, Rachel Potter, Carles Torner & Laetitia Zecchini
Interlink BooksThis book tells the extraordinary story of how writers from around the world placed the celebration of literature and the defense of free speech at the center of humanity’s struggle against repression and terror. The extraordinary writers who have been PEN cases is a history of bravery and include, Stefan Zweig, Musine Kokalari, Wole Soyinka, Salman Rushdie, and many others.
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Please Miss: A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Penis
by Grace Lavery
Seal PressGrace Lavery is a reformed druggie, an unreformed omnisexual chaos Muppet, and 100 percent, all-natural, synthetic female hormone monster. After solving her “penis problem,” she begins receiving anonymous letters, seemingly sent by sinister clowns, and sets out to find the source. Fumbling toward a new trans identity, she tries dozens of different voices, creating a coat of many colors.
Judge Victoria Pratt
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The Power of Dignity: How Transforming Justice Can Heal Our Communities
by Judge Victoria Pratt
Seal PressThe Black and Latina daughter of a working-class family, Victoria Pratt learned to treat everyone with dignity. When she became Newark Municipal Court’s chief judge, she knew well the inequities that poor, mentally ill, Black, and brown people faced in the criminal justice system. She became the judge of second chances, because she knew too few get a first one.
Pamela Gail Johnson
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by Pamela Gail Johnson
Health Communications Inc.In this wise and well-researched book, Pamela Gail Johnson, founder of the Society for Happy People, shares 4 life-changing principles that will raise your happiness set point so you can find, maintain, and appreciate more happiness in your daily life. With true stories of transformation plus illuminating quizzes, you’ll discover your biggest Happiness Zappers and develop a plan to overcome them.
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The Pursuit of Porsha: How I Grew Into My Power and Purpose
by Porsha Williams
Worthy PublishingPorsha Williams, entrepreneur, star of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and one of today’s most recognizable media personalities, opens up about family, faith, and fame. She takes readers on a deeply personal journey on her search for happiness, giving fans a first-hand look into the defining moments of her life that have not been captured on-screen or in the press.
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Reclaiming Your Community
by Majora Carter
Berrett-Koehler PublishersHow can we make the promise of America more accessible and equitable for everyone? There is an alternative to programs that simply ameliorate poverty without building wealth or counteracting the effects of displacement through gentrification. Majora Carter shares key lessons from her personal and professional journey. The result is a powerful rethinking of poverty, inequality, and individual and family success.
Isabel Sun Chao and Claire Chao
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Remembering Shanghai: A Memoir of Socialites, Scholars and Scoundrels
by Isabel Sun Chao and Claire Chao
Girl Friday BooksWinner of over 20 literary and design awards. Lavishly illustrated and meticulously researched, Remembering Shanghai follows five generations from a hardscrabble village to the bright lights of Hong Kong. By turns harrowing and heartwarming, this vivid memoir explores identity, loss and redemption against an epic backdrop.
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Slaves for Peanuts: A Story of Conquest, Liberation, and a Crop That Changed History
by Jori Lewis
The New PressLyrical and powerful, Slaves for Peanuts deftly weaves together the natural and human history of a crop that transformed the lives of millions. Author Jori Lewis reveals how demand for peanut oil in Europe ensured that slavery in Africa would persist well into the twentieth century, long after the European powers had officially banned it in the territories they controlled.
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Stories I Might Regret Telling You: A Memoir
by Martha Wainwright
Hachette BooksThe singer-songwriter's heartfelt memoir about growing up in a bohemian musical family and her experiences with love, loss, motherhood, divorce, the music industry, and more.
Straight No Chaser, Inc.
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Straight No Chaser Sound Bites: A Cappella, Cocktails, and Cuisine
by Straight No Chaser, Inc.
Red Lightning BooksWith 15 years in the music business, eight albums, and more than 1.5 million concerts tickets sold, Straight No Chaser treasures two things: family and food. Straight No Chaser Sound Bites features a collection of their favorite food and drink recipes combined with behind-the-scenes stories as they welcome their fans into the family.
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They Said They Wanted Revolution
by Neda Toloui-Semani
Little AFrom a daughter of Iranian revolutionaries, activists, immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers comes a gripping and emotional memoir of family and the tumultuous history of two nations.
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This Monk Wears Heels: Be Who You Are
by Kodo Nishimura
Watkins PublishingKodo Nishimura, international celebrity make-up artist and Buddhist monk, rose to stardom after appearing in the Queer Eye: We’re In Japan! special that aired to massive viewership on Netflix. Detailing his journey to self- love, the book provides a modern take on Buddhist teachings and a gentle, loving, and encouraging voice for all those who dare to be different.
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The Three Languages of Politics
by Arnold Kling
Libertarianism.orgThe Three Languages of Politics is an accessible, precise, and insightful guide to how to lower the barriers coarsening our politics. This is not a book about one ideology over another. Instead, it is a book about how we communicate issues and our ideologies, and how language intended to persuade instead divides. Kling offers a way to see through our rhetorical blinders so that we can incorporate new perspectives, nuances, and thinking into the important issues we must together share and resolve.
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The Trial of Julian Assange
by Nils Melzer
VersoThe shocking story of the legal persecution of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and the dangerous implications for the whistleblowers of the future, written by the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture. Nils Melzer’s compelling investigation shows how unchecked power reveals a deeply undemocratic system and sets a dangerous precedent: once telling the truth becomes a crime, censorship and tyranny will inevitably follow.
Chris Lockhart, Daniel Mulilo Chama
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Walking the Bowl
by Chris Lockhart, Daniel Mulilo Chama
Hanover Square PressFor readers of Beyond the Beautiful Forevers and Nothing to Envy, this is a breathtaking real-life story of four street children in contemporary Zambia whose lives are drawn together and forever altered by a mysterious murder and its far-reaching aftermath.
Eric Dickerson and Greg Hanlon
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Watch My Smoke: The Eric Dickerson Story
by Eric Dickerson and Greg Hanlon
Haymarket Books"There was no runner quite like Eric, and, it turns out, there's no author like him either. His life story has page after page of 'wow!' moments. Eric looked effortless as a runner, gliding through the defense. When I read his book I got the same feeling: The pages seemed to turn themselves." — Emmitt Smith
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by Darden Smith
DexterityPart prose, part album, and part photographic essay, Western Skies is a stunning homage to the mythologies of Texas. Amid a series of road trips across West Texas, Darden Smith—Austin-based musician, author, and creative—found himself writing songs, taking Polaroid photographs, and writing down his observations. This beautifully designed and collectible book combines everything Smith captured and created during his travels.
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The Year that Wasn’t: The Diary of a 14-year Old
by Brisha Jain
Casemate IPMBrisha’s diary is a tale of self-improvement, understanding the consequences of action and inaction, strength, and most importantly, inner peace. 2020 turned boys and girls into adults as they dealt with changes they couldn’t have envisioned in their wildest imagination. This is not just Brisha’s diary, but the diary of an entire generation who has learnt to cope, hope, and survive through an epochal time.
Edited by Glenn Stout
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The Year’s Best Sports Writing 2021
by Edited by Glenn Stout
Triumph BooksGlenn Stout and an All-Star advisory board have curated an essential anthology of the year’s finest sports journalism. Selected from a wide range of newspapers, magazines, and digital publications during the previous year, these stories capture enduring moments behind the sports we love, the competitors who push their boundaries, and writing at its most sublime.
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