New Books by Members (Archive)

March 2024

Keith O'Brien: Charlie Hustle: The Rise and Fall of Pete Rose, and the Last Glory Days of Baseball.

February 2024

Rick Bass: With Every Great Breath: New and Selected Essays
Charles Duhigg: Supercommunicators: How to Unlock the Secret Language of Connection
Kira Josefsson (Transl.) (and Hanna Johansson): Antiquity
Robert Littell: A Plague on Both Your Houses: A Novel in the Shadow of the Russian Mafia
John Oakes: The Fast: The History, Science, Philosophy, and Promise of Doing Without
Calvin Trillin: The Lede: Dispatches from a Life in the Press

January 2024

Crystal Allen: Between Two Brothers
Brian Bergstrom (Transl.) (and Kohei Saito) : Slow Down: The Degrowth Manifesto
Maria-Helene Bertino: Beautyland
Karen Blankfeld: Lovers in Auschwitz: A True Story
Elisa Boxer: The Tree of Life: How a Holocaust Sapling Inspired the World
Rebecca Boyle: Our Moon: How Earth's Celestial Companion Transformed the Planet, Guided Evolution, and Made Us Who We Are
Linda Crotta Brennan: The Selkie's Daughter
Anita Crawford Clark: The Story of Sojourner Truth: A Biography Book for New Readers
Nina Crews: Extraordinary Magic: The Storytelling Life of Virginia Hamilton
Bill Doyle: Escape Plastic Island
Jyoti Rajan Gopal: One Sweet Song
Janelle Harper: My Block Looks Like
Donna Hemans: The House of Plain Truth
Dinah Johnson: Ida B. Wells Marches for the Vote
Nashae Jones: Courtesy of Cupid
Gordon Korman: Slugfest
Katia Lief: Invisible Woman
Jill McCorkle: Old Crimes
Brad Meltzer: I am Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Marissa Moss (and Mia Armstrong): I Am a Masterpiece!: An Empowering Story About Inclusivity and Growing Up With Down Syndrome
Adam Plantinga: The Ascent
Olugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich: You're Breaking M y Heart
Karen Gray Ruelle: Jump for Joy
David Ezra Stein: Beaky Barnes and the Devious Duck: A Graphic Novel
Linda Leopold Strauss: Everybody's Book: The Story of the Sarajevo Haggadah
Anne Ursu: Not Quite a Ghost
Elizabeth Wein (and Sherri L. Smith): American Wings: Chicago's Pioneering Black Aviators and the Race for Equality in the Sky
Molly Roden Winter: More: A Memoir of Open Marriage