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1000 Years of Joys and Sorrows: A Memoir

Weiwei, Ai
In his widely anticipated memoir, Ai Weiwei - one of the world's most famous artists and activists - tells a century-long epic tale of China through the story of his own extraordinary life and the legacy of his father, Ai Qing, the nation's most celebrated poet.

A New World Begins: The History of the French Revolution

Popkin, Jeremy D.
From an award-winning historian, a "vivid" account of the revolution that created the modern world (Wall Street Journal)

All About Me! : My Remarkable Life in Show Business

Brooks, Mel
At 95, the legendary Mel Brooks continues to set the standard for comedy across television, film, and the stage. Now, for the first time, this EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) winner shares his story in his own words. "I hope fans of comedy will get a kick out of the stories behind my work, and really enjoy taking this remarkable ride with me." -Mel Brooks For anyone who loves American comedy, the long wait is over.

Apropos of Nothing: Autobiography

Allen, Woody

Being Britney

Otter-Bickerdike, Jennifer
After years of being framed as a victim, Britney deserves to be celebrated as the fighter, inspiration and enigma she truly is.' - Jennifer Otter Bickerdike

Both/And: A Life in Many Worlds

Abedin, Huma
An extraordinarily moving and candid memoir from the womanbest known as Hillary Clinton's right hand and Anthony Weiner's wife - a deeply compelling figure, long in the headlines, who's never told her own story.

Bourdain : In Stories

Woolever, Laurie
When Anthony Bourdain died in June 2018, fans around the globe came together to celebrate the life of an inimitable man who had dedicated his life to traveling nearly everywhere (and eating nearly everything), shedding light on the lives and stories of others. His impact was outsized and his legacy has only grown since his death. Now, for the first time, we have been granted a look into Bourdain's life through the stories and recollections of his closest friends and colleagues.

Brickwork: A Biography of The Arches

Innes, Kirstin
The Arches was one of the reasons that in recent years Glasgow has become such a cultural destination. Between 2008 and 2015 it developed a whole new generation of playwright-performers, as well as playing host to some of the largest names in dance music. This is the story of a legendary venue, told through the people who were there.

Bridge the Culture Gaps: A toolkit for effective collaboration in the diverse, global workplace

Gibson, Robert
The essential guide for working in diverse teams and across cultures today - including models, tools and real life examples to help break through invisible boundaries.

Brilliant Maps: An Atlas for Curious Minds

Wright, Ian
See the world anew with this unique and beautifully designed infographic atlas.

Corruptible : Who Gets Power and How it Changes Us

Klaas, Brian
Does power corrupt, or are corrupt people drawn to power? Are entrepreneurs who embezzle and cops who kill the outgrowths of bad systems or are they just bad people? Are tyrants made or born?