Business & Economics
The Holy Grail of Investing: The World's Greatest Investors Reveal Their Ultimate Strategies for Financial Freedom by Tony Robbins
In this final book in his financial freedom trilogy, Robbins teams up with renowned private equity investor Christopher Zook, founder of CAZ investments, to sit down with more than a dozen of the world's greatest alternative investment managers, collectively managing over half a trillion dollars on behalf of investors.
Health & Fitness
And Then We Rise: A Guide to Loving and Taking Care of Self by Common
A self-help book from the noted musical artist and actor.
The Cycle: Confronting the Pain of Periods and PMDD by Shalene Gupta
Uncovering the hidden epidemic of premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), the author, sharing her own experience with this widespread chronic illness, provides this deeply researched, movingly intimate and refreshingly hopeful book for those navigating a world ill-equipped to support their health.
Mayo Clinic on Healthy Aging: An Easy and Comprehensive Guide to Keeping Your Body Young, Your Mind Sharp and Your Spirit Fulfilled by Nathan K. Lebrasseur, Ph.D. and Christina Chen, M.D.
An easy-to-understand yet comprehensive guide to help people live longer and more purposeful lives.
Stand by Me: A Guide to Navigating Modern, Meaningful Caregiving by Allison J. Applebaum
The founder of the Caregivers Clinic at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, a clinical psychologist, sharing her own personal journey, gives caregivers the practical tools and support they need to provide their loved ones with the best quality of life and care possible, while promoting their own wellbeing.
Big Meg: The Story of the Largest and Most Mysterious Predator That Ever Lived by Tim Flannery & Emma Flannery
A father-daughter scientist team presents an account of the ancient marine creature known as the megalodon, a now extinct shark that was the largest predator of all time, and its impact on both marine ecosystems and the human psyche.
Birding to Change the World: A Call to Action by Trish O'Kane
A writer and educator specializing in environmental justice and climate change chronicles her bird-watching journey and shares what she has learned from each new bird she's observed about life, social change and protecting the environment.
Four Thousand Paws: Caring for the Dogs of the Iditarod: a Veterinarian's Story by Morgan Lee
An award-wining veterinarian who cares for the dogs who compete in the annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Races shares the story of the heroic canine athletes who risk injury, illness and fatigue while facing the dangers of the Arctic.
How to Find a Four-Leaf Clover: What Autism Can Teach Us About Difference, Connection, and Belonging by Jodi Rodgers
A special-education teacher with thirty years of experience working with autistic people gives readers a deeper understanding of and appreciation for the neurodiverse community and looks at ways we can develop more meaningful connections with others.
If Love Could Kill: The Myths and Truths of Women Who Commit Violence by Anna Motz
An internationally acclaimed forensic psychotherapist based in London explores the underexamined psychological reasons for female violence, explaining that it is more widespread than realized and reveals how it exposes centuries-old beliefs about women and their value.
Languishing: How to Feel Alive Again in a World That Wears Us Down by Corey Keyes
Building on decades of research, a sociologist explores the concept of languishing, which wears away our sense of purpose, its impact on our well-being and its societal roots, offering a comprehensive guide to understanding and addressing this pervasive condition.
Supercommunicators: How to Unlock the Secret Language of Connection by Charles Duhigg
A Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist, studying supercommunicators—people capable of connecting with anyone, reveals how, everyone time we speak to some, we’re actually engaging in one of three conversations, showing us how to recognize which kind of conversation we’re having—and teaching us the essential skills for navigating it successfully.
How to Win Friends and Influence Fungi: Collected Quirks of Science, Tech, Engineering, and Math from Nerd Nite by Chris Balakrishnan, Matt Wasowski, & Kristen Orr
The co-founders of the global science organization Nerd Nite present a quirky, illustrated collection of narratives and infographics centered around STEM, such as the importance of microbes and how the Webb telescope has influenced movie special effects.
Why We Remember: Unlocking Memory's Power to Hold on to What Matters by Charan Ranganath
Combining accessible language with cutting-edge research, eye-opening studies and examples from pop culture, a pioneering neuroscientist and psychologist unveils the hidden role memory plays throughout our lives and how once we understand its power, we can cut through the clutter to remember the things we want to remember.
Dear Black Girls: How to Be True to You by A'Ja Wilson
The Olympic gold medalist and two-time professional basketball MVP explores what it means to be a Black woman in America today and how she overcame the feeling of being swept under the rug while growing up.
Finding Your Self at the Heartbreak Hotel: Moving Beyond Betrayal by Ruth Field and Alice Haddon
A London psychiatrist and a self-help author shares how they developed a radical new therapeutic method for those overcoming heartbreak by providing intensive 24/7 support at a physical retreat called "Heartbreak Hotel."
The Heart Is the Strongest Muscle: Know Your Why and Take Your Mindset from Great to Unstoppable by Tia Toomey
The world’s fittest woman?—. six-time CrossFit Games champion and Olympic athlete—shows how she reached elite levels by always focusing on her purpose—what drives her heart—to push through even the toughest challenges, hoping to show you hoe to build your own unstoppable mindset.
Practical Optimism: The Art, Science, and Practice of Exceptional Well-Being by Sue Varma
Combining philosophy, her own personal experience and the latest research in psychology, psychiatry, medicine and neuroscience, a board-certified psychiatrist offers a scientific and tangible pathway to boosting health, happiness, resilience, success and longevity by cultivating an optimistic mindset.
2020: One City, Seven People, and the Year Everything Changed by Eric Klinenberg
The acclaimed sociologist and best-selling author tells the story of one of the most consequential years in history through profiles of seven New Yorkers, including 2020 an elementary school principal, a bar manager and a subway custodian.
The Great Wave: The Era of Radical Disruption and the Rise of the Outsider by Michiko Kakutani
A Pulitzer Prize-winning literary critic, with a journalist’s eye for historical detail, argues that today’s crises are not only signs of an interconnected globe’s profound vulnerabilities but stress tests pointing to the essential changes needed to survive the chaos and uncertainty to build a more sustainable future.
If You See Them: Young, Unhoused, and Alone in America by Vicki Sokolik
An advocate for homeless youths' rights, through the voices of the kids themselves, shines a light on this hidden crisis and shows how they overlooked and impeded by the system and offers remedies to the problem.
Latinoland: A Portrait of America's Largest and Least Understood Minority by Marie Arana
This wide-ranging overview of the turbulent and little-known history of the diverse Latino experience in America is based on hundreds of interviews and research about the fastest-growing minority in America.
The Other Significant Others: Reimagining Life with Friendship at the Center by Rhaina Cohen
Inviting us into the lives of people who have defied convention by choosing a friend as a life partner, an award-winning producer and editor for NPR offers a powerful narrative on platonic partnerships and how the thrill, intimacy and commitment we seek is often found through meaningful friendship.
Relinquished: The Politics of Adoption and the Privilege of American Motherhood by Gretchen Sisson
Rooted in long-term study, this powerful analysis of hundreds of heartrending interviews with American mothers who placed their children for domestic adoption reveals adoption to be a constrained choice for those for whom abortion is inaccessible, or for whom parenthood is untenable.
A Murder in Hollywood: The Untold Story of Tinseltown's Most Shocking Crime by Casey Sherman
Recounts how a famous Hollywood starlet from the 1940s and 1950s became involved with an abusive West Coast mob boss and explores the explosive trial that resulted from his murder at the hands of the actress’ daughter.
Zenith Man: Death, Love, and Redemption in a Georgia Courtroom by McCracken Poston
Part true crime, part courtroom drama, this moving story of an unexpected friendship between two very different men recounts the case of Alvin Ridley, an autistic Zenith TV repair man accused of murdering the wife no one knew he had, and the lawyer who believe in—and proved—his innocence.