“Nancherla offers a thoughtful and interesting peek behind the scenes at someone with a successful comedy career.
“Don't Call Me Home reads acutely; Auder's descriptive account is visceral and not withholding.”
It’s not about the cars, and it’s not about the coffee.
“When the sun quits, my heart starts ticking. . . . The night is what we live for.”
“Funny in a distinctly deadpan way. . . . the perfect book for anyone who cares about words and the many ways to have fun with them.”
“wonderfully fun to dip into. Reading just a few pages is a perfect antidote to reading today’s news. Humor like this is more than a tasty snack; it’s a very satisfying meal.”
“Dick Gregory was one of a kind, the genuine article.”
“Self-Care in Underwear is another lovely gift book from Ton Mak. Get one for your friends who need a gentle reminder to be here now.”
“Reading Do I Feel Better Yet?
You’ve seen the meme.
“‘Don’t you have to be born with a voice?’ it was as if my mother had cast a spell on me that I spent a lifetime trying to break.”
“Susan Herbert's imaginative scenes by classic artists from the 15th to the 19th centuries, accompanied by Corine Fletcher's charming feline pop-ups, will delight cat fans and culture buffs
“This is a very fast read, regardless of how one feels about the current administration.”
“Read Roker’s new book in chapter chunks or in one sitting, and be assured you’ll be a bit wiser and feel better because of it.”
Virtually all children’s books are illustrated.
“You Look Like a Thing and I Love You pulls back the curtain to expose the Wizard of AIs.”
“$9 Therapy is a delightful book, sure to bring a smile to those who read it.”
“I Don’t Want to Die Poor is an excellent critique of the way that our society encourages people to try for more, and then punishes them for doing so.”
“When the earth is cracking behind your feet and it feels like the whole world is going to swallow you up, you put one foot in front of the other and you keep going.
“Mobituaries is droll, ironic, sill
“A prolific writer and award-winning actor, John Lithgow has penned a laugh-out-loud picture of American politics at its worst.
“Mr. Know-It-All is an argument for deviance, performance, and shock.”
“Do You Mind If I Cancel is packed with funny lines, wistful memories, and the kinds of coming of age experiences we all have.
“Bryson has produced a compelling, overly engaging work that is written for Everyman.
Adam Mansbach has redefined parenthood from the perspective of the panicked parent.