Stan Lee: The Man behind Marvel not only reveals why Lee developed into such a central figure in American entertainment history, but brings to life the cultural significance of comic books and how the superhero genre reflects ideas central to the American experience.
She’s A Boy is the shocking, heartbreaking and ultimately uplifting autobiography of Joe Holliday.
Bring home the incredible true story of a friendship so strong that it crosses the globe!
Cross the finish line with Gobi and Dion, the little pup who never quit and the ultramarathon runner who loves her.
This fictional picture book tale by Anne Renaud is based on a real man named George Crum, a cook in Saratoga Springs, New York, in the 1850s, who is purported to have created the first potato chip
A Mother’s Story about Raising Her Transgender So
The World of Laura Ingalls Wilder, by New York Times bestselling author Marta McDowell, explores Wilder’s deep relationship to the landscape.
In the beginning, children actually listen to Dad, mainly because they don’t realize they have any other choice.
My father had thirteen wives and more than fifty children . . .
What do you do when you discover that the person you’ve built your life around never existed?
In the first half of the nineteenth-century treatment of the mentally ill in Britain and Ireland underwent radical change.
Nasty, Brutish, and Short is a collection of irreverent essays about life overseas. The author no longer has to hold his tongue about his experiences—which means it’s payback time.