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Why Peacocks?: An Unlikely Search for Meaning in the World's Most Magnificent Bird

Flynn, Sean
An acclaimed journalist seeks to understand the mysterious allure of peacocks and in the process discovers unexpected and valuable life lessons.

Boss Baby


Aliens Love Underpants!

Freedman, Claire
What's funnier than underpants? Aliens in underpants, of course!

Elements Of Style

Gates, Erin
A fully illustrated book packed with honest advice, inspiration, ideas, and lessons learned about designing a home that reflects your style.

The Man Who Broke Capitalism: How Jack Welch Gutted the Heartland and Crushed the Soul of Corporate America-and How to Undo His Legacy

Gelles, David
New York Times reporter and "Corner Office" columnist David Gelles reveals legendary GE CEO Jack Welch to be the root of all that's wrong with capitalism today and offers advice on how we might right those wrongs.

My Own Words

Ginsburg, Ruth Bader
"The first book from Ruth Bader Ginsburg since becoming a Supreme Court Justice in 1993--a ... collection of writings and speeches from the woman who has had [an] ... influence on law, women's rights, and popular culture"--

The Redneck Manifesto

Goad, Jim
In "The Redneck Manifesto", Goad elucidates redneck politics, religion, and values in his own unique way. "A furious, profane, smart, and hilariously smart-aleck defense of working-class white culture".--"Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel".

Janesville: An American Story

Goldstein, Amy

Watergate: A New History

Graff, Garrett M.
The first definitive narrative history of Watergate, exploring the full scope of the scandal through the politicians, investigators, journalists, and informants who made it the most influential political event of our modern era.

The Deepest South of All: True Stories from Natchez, Mississippi

Grant, Richard
Bestselling travel writer Richard Grant "sensitively probes the complex and troubled history of the oldest city on the Mississippi River through the eyes of a cast of eccentric and unexpected characters" (Newsweek).