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Steven Universe: End of an Era

by Chris McDonnell & N. K. Jemisin Abrams (October 13, 2020)

The official sequel to the bestselling Steven Universe: Art & Origins


Steven Universe: End of an Era is the eagerly anticipated follow-up to the bestselling behind-the-scenes companion book Steven Universe:...

Words on Music

by Ernst Bacon Barakaldo Books (October 09, 2020)

Time Exposure

by William Henry Jackson Barakaldo Books (October 09, 2020)

The unmatchable autobiography of the pre-eminent American photographer of the 19th century William Henry Jackson. Jackson, who was also a renowned painter, lived a long and adventure filled life from boyhood...

A Very Special 90210 Book

by Tara Ariano, Sarah D. Bunting & Julie Kane Abrams Image (September 22, 2020)

The 90210 superfan's companion to the lives and loves of West Beverly's in-crowd


From the creators of the hit podcast Again With This comes a hilarious and substantive 90210 book that is perfect for celebrating...

Be Bad, Be Bold, Be Billie

by Scarlett Russell Harper Design (August 25, 2020)

The ultimate guide to living your life to the fullest, featuring full-color illustrations and lessons inspired by multiple Grammy Award-winning musical phenomenon Billie Eilish.

“I hope to show people that...

Lot Six

by David Adjmi & Micky Shiloah HarperAudio (June 23, 2020)

"David Adjmi has written one of the great American memoirs, a heartbreaking, hilarious story of what it means to make things up, including yourself. A wild tale of lack and lies, galling humiliations and majestic...

Muslim Women Are Everything

by Seema Yasmin HarperAudio (April 28, 2020)

A collection of riveting, inspiring, and stereotype-shattering stories that reveal the beauty, diversity, and strength of Muslim women both past and present.

Tired of seeing Muslim women portrayed as weak, sheltered,...

Nothing General About It

by Maurice Benard HarperAudio (April 07, 2020)

"This shocking true story is General Hospital on anabolic steroids." -- Mehmet Oz, M.D., Emmy Award-winning host of The Dr. Oz Show

The Emmy Award-winning star of General Hospital chronicles his astonishing...

Pop Star Goddesses

by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong & Lisa Negron HarperAudio (April 07, 2020)

A compendium of forty incredible female pop stars whose energies, virtues, and vices make them the ideal role models for our age--powerful women who can teach us all how to discover our own inner goddess.


Feel It Out

by Jordan Sondler & Natalie Duke HarperAudio (January 14, 2020)

Not everything is about you (but this book is).

Still figuring it all out? Cool, so are we. Feel It Out is a guide to celebrating where you are now, even if heartbreaks, career setbacks, growing pains, and...

Lost Mount Penn

by Mike Madaio The History Press (November 18, 2019)

German immigrants of the nineteenth century brought their traditions of winemaking and mouthwatering cuisine to the slopes of Mount Penn high above Reading.

With a Santa Claus beard and a long-stemmed pipe, the...

New York City's Hart Island

by Michael T. Keene The History Press (October 14, 2019)

Just off the coast of the Bronx in Long Island Sound sits Hart Island, where more than one million bodies are buried in unmarked graves.

Beginning as a Civil War prison and training site and later a psychiatric...

Cultural Policies in Europe

by Emmanuel Négrier & Félix Dupin-Meynard Editions De L'attribut (August 25, 2020)

At first glance, participation appears to be a constant goal throughout the history of cultural policies, adapting itself to very diverse configurations in time and space. However, some see it as a lever for...

Mississippi Juke Joint Confidential

by Roger Stolle & Lou Bopp The History Press (August 05, 2019)

What's the real meaning of "juke joint"? Explore these special places for a special brand of the blues.

Juke joint - two words often used, often abused. They convey an inherent promise of something real, edgy,...

Hidden History of the Mississippi Sound

by Josh Foreman & Ryan Starrett The History Press (June 24, 2019)

Inside are thirteen little-known tales from the Gulf Coast from Lake Borgne to Mobile.

Sail into the Mississippi Sound with Bienville, the Frenchman covered in serpentine tattoos. Meet the heroes of the Sound:...

Forgotten Tales of Down East Maine

by Jim Harnedy & Sarah Haynes The History Press (May 13, 2019)

Maine has a collection of unique characters and tales that has helped to shape its identity. Meet the Artist Who Played Robin Hood, the Hermit of North Pond and the Mysterious Billy Smith.

Uncover the state's...

A Life in Movies

by Irwin Winkler Abrams Press (May 06, 2019)

A rollicking autobiography from the legendary producer of GoodfellasRocky, and Raging Bull, and an insider’s account of making movies in Hollywood over half a century


The list of films Irwin Winkler...

Lost Charleston

by J. Grahame Long & Katherine Saunders Pemberton The History Press (April 22, 2019)

Even in a city as conscious of history as Charleston, not everything has survived. Natural disasters, wars and other calamities claimed many treasures.

Only a few preserved bits of one of the city's grandest...

Hidden History of New Haven

by Robert Hubbard & Kathleen Hubbard The History Press (April 08, 2019)

The celebrated history of New Haven often overshadows its fascinating and forgotten past.

The Elm City was home to America's first woman dentist, an architect who designed the tallest twin towers in the world...

Atlanta Pop in the '50s, '60s & '70s

by Andy Lee White & John M. Williams The History Press (April 01, 2019)

Go inside the people and places that made Atlanta the pop music capital of the United States in the second half of the 20th century.

Former DJ Bill Lowery attracted a galaxy of talent and created an empire of...

New Orleans Voodoo

by Rosary Hartel O'Neill, Rory O'Neill Schmitt & Vodou Priestess Sallie Ann Glassman The History Press (January 07, 2019)

The Voodoo tradition continues in the Crescent City even today. Rory Schmitt and Rosary O'Neill study the altars, art, history and ceremonies that anchor Voodoo in New Orleans culture.

There is no more compelling...


by Bryan J. Ogg The History Press (November 12, 2018)

Since Naperville sprang from the northern Illinois prairie, it has maintained an unmistakably fascinating heritage.

The settlers who followed the Napers to the DuPage River had to endure the hardships of felling...

Hidden History of Queens

by Richard Panchyk The History Press (July 30, 2018)

Queens has a history filled with fascinating firsts, cool characters and ramshackle ruins. Poet Clement Clarke Moore was inspired by childhood memories of Elmhurst when he wrote the poem "'Twas the Night before...

New Jersey Originals

by Linda J. Barth The History Press (June 25, 2018)

New Jersey's institutional research accolades are renowned--medical inventions at Johnson & Johnson, the genius of Edison Labs and fourteen Nobel Prizes to Bell Labs scientists.

But beyond those behemoths of...

The Brockton Tragedy at Moosehead Lake

by Nicole B. Casper, James E. Benson & Colonel Joel T. Wilkinson - Maine Warden Service The History Press (May 07, 2018)

Follow the tragic story of a fishing trip gone wrong and its impact on the community of Brockton, Massachusetts.

On May 13, 1928, ten prominent men of Brockton, Massachusetts, headed off on a fishing trip to...

Midcoast Maine in World War II

by Margaret Shiels Konitzky The History Press (April 23, 2018)

Author Margaret Shiels Konitzky reveals the stories of local heroes and the relentless spirit of midcoast Maine.

While World War II raged overseas, the people of midcoast Maine responded with remarkable achievements...

Lost Milwaukee

by Carl Swanson The History Press (April 23, 2018)

From City Hall to the Pabst Theater, reminders of the past are part of the fabric of Milwaukee. Yet many historic treasures have been lost to time.

Blocks of homes and apartments replaced the Wonderland Amusement...

South Carolina Country Roads

by Tom Poland & Aïda Rogers The History Press (April 16, 2018)

Venture off the beaten path down forgotten roads and discover where a hidden South Carolina exists.

Time-travel and dead-end at a ferry that leads to wild islands. Cross a rusting steel truss bridge into a scene...

Rock ‘n’ Roll Radio Milwaukee

by Bob Barry The History Press (April 09, 2018)

A never-before-seen collection of photos and stories about Bob Barry, the iconic celebrity DJ of Milwaukee.

Bob Barry ruled Milwaukee's airwaves in the '60s and '70s. The only time the Beatles performed here,...

Florida Made

by George S. LeMieux & Laura E. Mize The History Press (April 09, 2018)

Once considered just an insect-ridden swampland, Florida is now a top destination for tourism, business, agriculture and innovation thanks to these 25 individuals.

Florida is in many ways both the oldest and...

Newport Firsts

by Brian M. Stinson The History Press (April 02, 2018)

Newport, Rhode Island, has been a city of innovation since its beginning nearly four centuries ago. Some of the claims on a national level are true, while some have been greatly distorted over the years.


The Irish at Gettysburg

by Phillip Thomas Tucker PhD The History Press (March 26, 2018)

At the outbreak of the Civil War, Irish citizens on both sides of the Mason-Dixon answered the call to arms. This was most evident at the Battle of Gettysburg.

Louisiana Irish Rebels charged with the cry "We...

Mafia Cop Killers in Akron

by Mark J. Price The History Press (November 27, 2017)

From 1917 to 1919, terror struck the streets of Akron. As soldiers marched off to World War I and Spanish influenza ravaged the community, police officers faced a sinister threat.

Murderous kingpin Rosario Borgia...

Wisconsin and the Civil War

by Ronald Paul Larson The History Press (November 27, 2017)

Wisconsin troops fought and died for the Union on Civil War battlefields across the continent, from Shiloh to Gettysburg. Wisconsin lumberjacks built a dam that saved a stranded Union fleet.

The Second Wisconsin...

The Witch of Delray: Rose Veres & Detroit’s Infamous 1930s Murder Mystery

by Karen Dybis The History Press (October 30, 2017)

Author Karen Dybis follows the twists and turns of a shocking story, revealing the truth of Detroit's own Hex Woman.

Detroit was full of stark contrasts in 1931. Political scandals, rumrunners and mobs lurked...

Hidden History of Fort Myers

by Cynthia A. Williams & Denége Patterson The History Press (October 09, 2017)

Although best known as the winter home of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, Fort Myers has one of the most engaging and extraordinary histories of any city in Florida.

The spawn of a hurricane, Fort Myers began as...

Portland’s Historic Eastern Cemetery

by Ron Romano The History Press (October 09, 2017)

A window into the past of Historic Eastern Cemetery, illuminating centuries of Portland's history through the stories of those laid to rest.

Eastern Cemetery holds more than 350 years of Portland's rich history....

Key West's Duval Street

by Jerry Wilkinson, Laura Albritton & Tom Hambright Arcadia Publishing (October 09, 2017)

Journey from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico through the pulsing heart of historic Key West that is Duval Street!

Duval Street in Key West, Florida, is one of the most legendary avenues in the United...

Prohibition Pittsburgh

by Richard Gazarik The History Press (October 02, 2017)

Bootlegging, bombs, murder, and more... all for the price of a drink. This is the history of Prohibition in Pittsburgh.

When you work hard, you play hard, and Pittsburgh is a hardworking city. So, when Prohibition...

Lost Metairie

by Catherine Campanella The History Press (August 14, 2017)

From ancient bayous to beloved old businesses, Metairie has changed dramatically over generations.

Many of those landmarks are lost to time; the lake, railroads and a beach resort were popular features in the...

Connecticut Rock ‘n’ Roll

by Tony Renzoni & Ken Evans The History Press (August 07, 2017)

Long neglected in the annals of American music, the Nutmeg State's influence on the history of rock'n'roll deserves recognition.

Connecticut's musical highlights include the beautiful harmonies of New Haven's...

Legends, Secrets and Mysteries of Asheville

by Marla Hardee Milling & Jan Schochet The History Press (June 26, 2017)

Beyond the beaten path of local landmarks, residents and tourists can find curious secrets, lost mysteries and fascinating legends.

The famed Hope Diamond once found itself, and its mysterious curse, buried in...

50 Years of Rolling Stone

by Rolling Stone Llc & Jann S. Wenner Abrams (May 15, 2017)

For the past fifty years, Rolling Stone has been a leading voice in journalism, cultural criticism, and—above all—music. This landmark book documents the magazine’s rise to prominence as the voice of rock...

Hidden History of Martha's Vineyard

by Thomas Dresser The History Press (April 17, 2017)

Celebrated local historian Thomas Dresser unearths the little-known stories that laid the foundations for the community of Martha's Vineyard.

Behind the mansions and presidential vacations of Martha's Vineyard...

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay

by Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez & Jim Dean Arcadia Publishing (March 13, 2017)

How Busch Gardens Tampa Bay became a hit upon its late 1950s opening and grew into a zoological facility and theme park beloved by millions.

When Busch Gardens Tampa Bay opened in 1959, the Florida park became...

Lost Springfield, Massachusetts

by Derek Strahan The History Press (February 06, 2017)

At the end of the nineteenth century, the U.S. Armory opened in Springfield, spurring rapid growth. With that golden age of progress came iconic buildings and landmarks that are now lost to time.

Railroads brought...


by Michael F. Clark Arcadia Publishing (December 05, 2016)

On August 22, 1914, Milford, Connecticut, celebrated its 275th anniversary. An estimated crowd of 20,000 celebrated on the Milford Green alongside open-air horseless buggies.

The celebration started at sunrise...

Gainesville Punk

by Matt Walker The History Press (November 07, 2016)

Known for The Fest, Less Than Jake and Hot Water Music, Gainesville became a creative hub in the 1980s and '90s for many of punk rock's greats.

Whether playing at the Hardback or wild house parties, earnest acts...

Murder & Mayhem in Nashville

by Brian Allison The History Press (October 03, 2016)

Author Brian Allison illustrates the darker shades of Nashville's colorful past.

Nashville is known for its bold, progressive flair, but few are aware of the city's malevolent past. A rowdy red-light district...

A House by the Sea

by Bunny Williams, Angus Wilkie, Christian Brechneff & Schafer Gil et al. Abrams (September 12, 2016)

Author and renowned designer Bunny Williams has been at the top of the interior design world for more than 40 years. Her new book invites readers to explore La Colina, Williams’s lovely Caribbean retreat tucked...