New books are added to the top of each list every Tuesday! Scroll below the category list to see our favorite new books!
- Kids' Fiction
- Kids' Nonfiction
- Adult Fiction
- Adult Nonfiction: Biographies and History
- Adult Nonfiction: Politics, Current Events, and Hot Topics
- Cooking, Crafts, and Hobbies
- Business and Self-Improvement
- Quick Reads: Short Books, Short Stories, Poems, and Essays
- Humor and Satire
- Graphic Novels and Comics
- New Manga
A journey, in search of home
Charlie Mackesy's beloved The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse has been adapted into an animated short film, coming to AppleTV this Christmas.
Presenting a new original manga in The Witcher universe based on the rich traditions of Japanese folklore!
Set in an ancient Japanese-inspired world, Geralt trails the mythical Lady of Snow. Here, the role of a witcher is just as essential—as dangerous spirits and demons are constantly on the prowl.
In a rhythmic celebration of sport and play, four-time Grand Slam champion and tennis superstar Naomi Osaka shares key steps to becoming a true champ, including being kind, working as a team, doing your best, and most importantly, having fun.
At Play Academy,
We love to move.
That’s why we play.
"As you dish!"
From the New York Times bestselling author of Washington’s Spies, the thrilling story of the Confederate spy who came to Britain to turn the tide of the Civil War—and the Union agent resolved to stop him.
In 1861, soon after the outbreak of the Civil War, two secret agents—one a Confederate, the other his Uni
One of Amazon's Best Romances of December
A December LibraryReads Pick
Sometimes two cooks in the kitchen are better than one in this swoony romantic comedy from the author of I’m So (Not) Over You.
As the United States grapples with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the nation’s living legacy of systemic inequalities, and partisan threats to the foundations of democracy, the integrity of news—the focus of Project’s Censored’s work and this book—has never been more important.
Who knew fighting for a living wage could be so deadly? Bernie Sanders and his Gen Z intern are drawn into a murder investigation in a small Vermont town in this hilarious spin on cozy mysteries from the New York Times bestselling author of Hope Never Dies: An Obama Biden Mystery.
A beautiful and heart-wrenching middle grade debut, this title is a memorable story, full of love, healing, friendship, and hope.
Three down-on-their-luck adventurers seek a lost civilization in this epic Minecraft novel!
Revisiting C. Wright Mills' classic, an analysis of power structures in the neoliberal era and America's drift toward authoritarianism.
Nostalgia for the world’s worst video game brings a girl back to her childhood in an action-packed indie graphic novel about friendship, family, and three-hit combos.
It’s an age-old story: for her birthday, Dul wanted the hottest new video game, but her mom accidentally bought her Super Trash Clash—one of the worst games ever made.
Reading this book is like having a cool older sister holding your hand through every curve that puberty throws your way. Funny, frank, and fully illustrated, it covers all of the physical, emotional and social changes going on inside and out.
Puberty is a time of tremendous change. Bodies grow up and out, moods swing, socializing takes on a whole new look and feel.
A new collection of hilarious, intergenerational anecdotes full of absurd detail about everyday experiences of racism from the New York Times bestselling authors of You’ll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey, comedian Amber Ruffin and her sister Lacey.
Families may not always see eye to eye; we get on each other’s nerves, have different perspective
Perfect for fans of Maria Semple and Jennifer Weiner, this smart and witty debut novel follows Ramona through the forty-eight hours after her life has been upended by the discovery of her husband’s affair and an approaching Category Four hurricane.
Ramona’s got a bratty boss, a toddler teetering through toilet training, a critical mom who doesn’t mind sharing, and o
A prize-winning historian chronicles a sinister idea of freedom: white Americans’ freedom to oppress others and their fight against the government that got in their way.
American freedom is typically associated with the fight of the oppressed for a better world.
For fans of STRANGE PLANET, ADULTHOOD IS A MYTH: A "SARAH SCRIBBLES" COLLECTION, and DINOSAUR THERAPY
In his (incredibly sweaty) new book, webcomics superstar J. L. Westover offers up painfully hilarious observations and cringeworthy situations, uniting us all through one of life's most relatable experiences--failure.
Kurt Cobain burst into American consciousness with a vengeance with the release of Nevermind, an instant classic that defined a sound and a generation. Three years later, he was dead of suicide, leaving a meteoric career and a cultural influence that would never wane.
Georgia O'Keeffe's time in New Mexico and the paintings that were inspired by the region solidified her legacy as one of the most famous American modernists. But did you ever wonder how she found her inspiration?
Navier Ellie Trovi was the lifelong companion of Sovieshu, the emperor of the Eastern Empire, with whom she spent her youth discussing the empire they would build together. She was intelligent, compassionate, and courageous. She was the perfect empress of the Eastern Empire, until the day Sovieshu fell for another woman, demanding a divorce.
In homage to the radical power of art, Living While Black celebrates the small acts of resistance that comprise the daily lives of Black folks by presenting them in a series of vivid illustrations.
Laughing. Grieving. Being a kid.
#1 NEW YORK TIMES AND USA TODAY BESTSELLER • ONE OF TIME’S 100 MUST-READ BOOKS OF 2022 • In an inspiring follow-up to her critically acclaimed, #1 bestselling memoir Becoming, former First Lady Michelle Obama shares practical wisdom and powerful strategies for staying hopeful and balanced in today’s highly uncertain world.
Big Indie Book of Fall, Publishers Weekly
"Valerie Boyd's Bigger Than Bravery isn't just an anthology; it is a survival guide."
"I'll read anything she writes" EMILY HENRY
Can a little Christmas magic mend a broken heart?
"Sparkles with wit and warmth . . . I'll read anything Lindsey writes, but this one might just be my new favourite of her novels"--BETH O'LEARY, author of The Flatshare
Now in a new translation, a classic nineteenth-century defense for the cause of idleness by a revolutionary writer and activist (and Karl Marx's son-in law) that reshaped European ideas of labor and production.
Expanding, transforming, and subverting the magical tale of Sleeping Beauty, Rebecca Solnit revitalizes this classic story with a new perspective: Maya, the sister who stayed awake.
In Dynamic Still Life for Artists, noted artist and instructor Sarah Sedwick presents detailed, step-by-step instruction and insights on the many creative possibilities that drawing and painting still lifes can offer.
- Develop observational skills by setting up and assessing various arrangements, groupings, and formats.
- Evaluate an arrangement’s a
In the fifth adventure of the Lady Pancake and Sir French Toast series, our delectable rhyming friends find their home covered in darkness and embark on a Las Veggies heist--perfect for fans of The Food Group series.
Meet the three (ahem--four ) little pigs as they convince the narrator to tell a slightly different version of their fairy tale: First, there's Alan, the one pig in the bunch who is actually a builder. He's got a BIG problem with building a home out of flimsy straw. Next, there's Alfred, who wants to be an actor and wouldn't dream of getting his hands dirty.
From the author of No One Likes a Fart comes a hilarious, bubble-filled picture book that highlights the chaos and comfort of bath time.
Who doesn't love bath time? The shiny bubbles, the fun bath toys, and, of course, the big splashes! But have you ever wondered what it’s like for the bathtub?
Now from Rockport Publishers and including new content: Apple Black, Volume 2.
Young sorcerer and prophesied savior, Sano, continues his quest by attempting to uncover and protect the secrets behind his father’s research on the immense power known as Apple Black.
Many years ago, humans acquired fruits called “Black” from a tree tha
Written by renowned surgeon and expert on the art of aging, Dr. M.E. Hecht, with her friend Whoopi Goldberg lending her unique point of view, Two Old Broads is laugh out loud funny and?tells it like it is for all of us who left middle age in the dust and want to be present, positive, and as extraordinary as ever in our golden years.
In this expansive companion to Abolition Feminisms Vol. I, contributors confront multiple paradigms of punitivity--the foundational logics of family, borders, heterosexuality, colonial violence, and more--to disengage us from root systems of carcerality.
In a challenging world, making friends as a kid is tough. Luckily, authors Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston are back with a new spin on their successful friendship book for women--this time to help tween and teen girls struggling with those awkward adolescent years gain their courage and confidence by learning to make real and lasting connections with friends.
Years before he wrote his National Book Award–winning novel Middle Passage, Charles Johnson created these sidesplitting and subversive gag comics about Black life in America, now collected for the first time in nearly half a century.
Atlanta is blanketed with snow just before Christmas, but the warmth of young love just might melt the ice in this novel of Black joy, and cozy, sparkling romance—by the same unbeatable team of authors who wrote the New York Times bestseller Blackout!
With 125 simple-but-delicious recipes, this comprehensive guide to air fryer cooking is full of photos and easy step-by-step directions for beginners - and authorized by Instant®
Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough are a trusted, popular guides for all things Instant Pot, and they bring this wisdom to this fully authorized book showing how to make the most of
The ultimate festive anthology of the best Christmas stories of all time, selected from around the world
A Penguin Classics Hardcover
*A Good Morning America Buzz Book*
*A LitHub Most Anticipated Book of 2022*
The definitive biography of Charles Barkley, exploring his early childhood, his storied NBA career, and his enduring legacy as a provocative voice in American pop culture
High schooler Natalie Cordova has just been diagnosed with Bipolar disorder. Her mom insists she keep it secret.
From the creators of the Tik Tok sensation, a hilarious new book, one part Shit My Dad Says, one part Make Your Bed.
On Tik Tok, Instagram, and his podcast, The Be a Man Guy discusses what it takes to be a man. Now, this funny and insightful book showcases all new stories, vignettes, anecdotes, and pearls of wisdom.
A collection of the year’s best essays, selected by award-winning writer Alexander Chee.
Alexander Chee, an essayist of “virtuosity and power” (Washington Post), selects twenty essays out of thousands that represent the best examples of the form published the previous year.
A collection of the best science and nature articles written in 2021, selected by guest editor renowned marine biologist Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and series editor Jaime Green.
Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, renowned marine biologist and co-founder of the All We Can Save climate initiative, compiles the best science and nature writing of the year.
An instant New York Times Bestseller!
A no-holds-barred guidebook aimed at white women who want to stop being nice and start dismantling white supremacy from the team behind Race2Dinner and the documentary film, Deconstructing Karen
Candid, compassionate graphic interviews with returning war vets from the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq.
Volume 1: The Muse
Four-time Hugo Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author N.K.
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Theodore is a bear with wild mood swings. When he is up, he carves epic poetry into tree trunks. When he is down, he paints sad faces on rocks and turtle shells. In search of prescription medications that will bring stability to his life, Theodore finds a job with health insurance benefits.