In An Immense World: How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us, Pulitzer Prize winner and The Atlantic staff writer Ed Yong takes us into the many incredible dimensions of the world as it is perceived and experienced by other animals.
This book is not really about Benedict Cumberbatch, but writer Tabitha Carvan’s rediscovery of herself and the things that bring her joy. But if you are a Benedict Cumberbatch fan, don’t despair. You will not be disappointed.
Ellen Jovin, roving grammarian and purveyor of the Grammar Table, tackles her visitors’ most-argued grammar disputes, mistakes, and misconceptions in the new book Rebel with a Clause. You too can grammar like a boss!
The queen of biographical adventure narratives – Candice Millard – is back! Her recently released book, River of the Gods, explores one of the most complex geographical questions of the nineteenth century: what is the mysterious source of the Nile River? Read on to discover the incredible obstacles, illnesses, and hardships British explorers Richard Burton, John Hanning Speke, and their African guide Sidi Mubarak Bombay faced in their attempt to answer the question.
An inspirational story about a woman who grew up with little in the way of material possessions, but had an abundance of love for animals. Read on to learn how Laurie Zaleski founded the Funny Farm Rescue and Sanctuary, one of the largest animal rescues in the United States, and meet two of its quirky residents.