New Releases

  • Confessions: The Paris Mysteries

    by James Patterson, Maxine Paetro

    The City of Lights sets the stage for romance, drama and intrigue in the latest Confessions novel from the world's bestselling mystery writer!
  • Ansel Adams in Yosemite Valley: Celebrating the Park at 150

    by Peter Galassi

    A deluxe, oversized book timed for the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's signing of the Yosemite Grant, an event that laid the groundwork for the National Parks system.
  • Good Leaders Ask Great Questions

    by John C. Maxwell

    In GOOD LEADERS ASK GREAT QUESTIONS, John C. Maxwell delves into the process of becoming a successful leader by examining how questions can be used to advantage.
  • The Power of Being Thankful

    by Joyce Meyer

    New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer believes that giving thanks to God daily will positively impact our lives. When we pause to acknowledge His blessings it restores us to a state of spiritual peace.
  • Uncontainable

    by Kip Tindell

    "You're going to sell what? Empty Boxes?" Back in 1978, Kip Tindell (Chairman & CEO of The Container Store) and his partners had the vision that people were eager to find solutions to save both space and time - and they were definitely onto something.
  • Winter Street

    by Elin Hilderbrand

    In bestseller Elin Hilderbrand's first Christmas novel, a family gathers on Nantucket for a holiday filled with surprises.
  • A.D. 30

    by Ted Dekker

    A sweeping epic set in the harsh deserts of Arabia and ancient Palestine.

    by Dean Koontz

    Between the pages of ASK ANNA, you'll find advice better than a belly rub. Dogs everywhere run to Anna with their questions about love, food, proper etiquette in the dog park, sibling rivalry, how to cope with lazy owners and a myriad of other topics.
  • America--Farm to Table

    by Mario Batali, Jim Webster

    Bestselling author and world-renown chef Mario Batali pays homage to the American farmer—from Maine to Los Angeles—in stories, photos, and recipes.
  • The Beatles Lyrics

    by Edited by Hunter Davies

    The definitive book of Beatles songs, shown as first written by their own hands and put into authoritative context, for the 50th anniversary of the Beatles coming to America.
  • A Christmas Prayer

    by Kimberla Lawson Roby

    Alexis Fletcher hasn't had a merry Christmas in five years-not since her mother passed away. Every December she remembers the joy her mother brought to everyone during the holiday season and feels the pain of her absence, even more so now that she and her sister are barely speaking. More than anything, Alexis wishes her family could be whole again.
  • Daily Readings from Break Out!

    by Joel Osteen

    The inspiration found in author Joel Osteen's #1 New York Times bestselling book Break Out! touched lives around the world. Now DAILY READINGS FROM BREAK OUT! contains meaningful quotes along with insightful and thought-provoking prayers written by the author.
  • Stop the Coming Civil War

    by Michael Savage

    According to Michael Savage, our nation is in real trouble and the seeds of a second conflagration have been sown.
  • The Vegetarian Flavor Bible

    by Karen Page

    Throughout time, people have chosen to adopt a vegetarian or vegan diet for a variety of reasons, from ethics to economy to personal and planetary well-being. Experts now suggest a new reason for doing so: maximizing flavor — which is too often masked by meat-based stocks or butter and cream.
  • INSTINCT Daily Readings

    by T. D. Jakes

    Bishop T. D. Jakes's Instinct was an instant #1 New York Times bestseller and is already transforming lives. Now, INSTINCT DAILY READINGS will help you unleash your God-given intuition day by day.
  • Play On

    by Mick Fleetwood, Anthony Bozza

    After forty-six years of being on the road, this is the right time to look back in a way I've never done before: now and then. This is the story of my life in rock and roll — and how the band that has meant everything to me came to define me. I'm looking forward to sharing it with you."
  • Brood

    by Chase Novak

    Two teenagers struggle with a horrific family legacy, and the woman who has adopted them fights for their lives—and her own.
  • What the Dinosaurs Did Last Night

    by Refe Tuma, Susan Tuma

    From the parents who brought us the web sensation "Dinovember" comes photographic proof of what toys do at night.
  • Respect

    by David Ritz

    The definitive biography of the Queen of Soul from acclaimed music writer David Ritz.
  • A Perfectly Messed-Up Story

    by Patrick McDonnell

    In this interactive and engaging read-aloud, bestselling author and award-winning artist Patrick McDonnell creates a funny, engaging, and almost perfect story about embracing life's messes.
  • Baking Bad

    by Walter Wheat

    What do you do when the greatest TV show ever has come to an end and you no longer have ground-breaking, meth-related drama to get you through the long winter nights? Answer: you create a cookbook full of baked delights, each made in loving reference to the story of our favorite chemistry teacher-turned drug-baron.
  • Experiencing Heaven

    by Sarabeth Browne

    Many of us have become so preoccupied by the here and now that we've lost sight of the fact that Heaven is our home. EXPERIENCING HEAVEN will help you regain your focus and your sense of purpose by helping you pay attention to Heaven in a new and fresh way.
  • Famous in Love

    by Rebecca Serle

    "A must-read for anyone curious about life and love behind the scenes." —Bella Thorne, actor and author of Autumn Falls
  • Reunion

    by Hannah Pittard

    The author of the highly acclaimed The Fates Will Find Their Way returns with a novel about a far-flung family reunited for one weekend by their father's death.
  • The Way of Shadows: The Graphic Novel

    by Brent Weeks

    For Durzo Blint, assassination is an art-and he is the city's most accomplished artist. For Azoth, survival is precarious. Something you never take for granted. As a guild rat, he's grown up in the slums, and learned to judge people quickly — and to take risks. Risks like apprenticing himself to Durzo Blint.
  • Hands Off My Gun

    by Dana Loesch

    How many people in America today are truly well-versed in the history of the Second Amendment, and why and how it was included in the Bill of Rights? Dana Loesch gives her views on all that and much more, thanks to the research she offers in HANDS OFF MY GUN.
  • Harold Dieterle's Kitchen Notebook

    by Harold Dieterle, Andrew Friedman

    Many chefs keep notebooks in their kitchens, filled with recipe ideas, new ways to use an ingredient, and records of what did or did not work. But how often do ordinary food lovers get to peek inside?
  • Jesus Daily

    by Aaron Tabor

    Based on the major themes found on the most active Facebook page in history, JESUS DAILY is a 365-day interactive devotional that goes beyond even the fan page to create a deeper experience and cultural movement that celebrates your redemption in Christ.
  • You Are Here

    by Col. Chris Hadfield

    Divided by continent, YOU ARE HERE represents one (idealized) orbit of the ISS. This planetary photo tour — surprising, playful, thought-provoking, and visually delightful — is also punctuated with fun, fascinating commentary on life in zero gravity.
  • Glass Jaw

    by Eric Dezenhall

    In boxing terms, a tough-looking fighter who can't take a punch is said to have a "glass jaw," and so it is these days with targets of controversy. Down the rabbit hole of scandal, the weak are strong, the strong are weak.
  • Mark Twain's America

    by Library of Congress, Harry L. Katz

    Mark Twain is an American icon. We now know him as the author of classics, but in his day he was a controversial satirist and public figure who traveled the world and healed post-Civil War America with his tall tales, witty anecdotes, and humorous but insightful novels and stories. Twain's legacy continues to flourish over 100 years after his death.
  • The Doubt Factory

    by Paolo Bacigalupi

    In this page-turning contemporary thriller, National Book Award Finalist and New York Times bestselling author Paolo Bacigalupi explores the timely issue of how public information is distorted for monetary gain, and how those who exploit it must be stopped.
  • Why Suffering?

    by Ravi Zacharias, Vince Vitale

    Why would a loving and powerful God allow so much pain and suffering? In WHY SUFFERING? Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale carefully walk you through a variety of responses that considered together provide a clear, comprehensive, and convincing answer.
  • Ruhlman's How to Roast

    by Michael Ruhlman

    As an award-winning cookbook author, food writer, and online culinary expert, Michael Ruhlman has developed a reputation for providing lucid, no-nonsense cooking advice as sharp as a good chef's knife. In this first in a new series of books focusing on cooking methods, Ruhlman explores one of the most fundamental cooking techniques — roasting.

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