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A memoir by 25-year-old Ly Tran about her immigrant experience and her recent family history in the aftermath of the…
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A lovely, searching meditation on whether to have a second child and what it means to be one.
A memoir from the U.S. senator, who traces her life from her upbringing in Hawaii to her emergence as a legislator.
A beautifully illustrated memoir and investigation into a family's history with bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
A firsthand exploration of the cost of boarding the bus of change to move America forward.
An acclaimed cultural critic presents the story of her journey to understand her northern and southern roots.
A full-throated paean to the fundamental importance of nature in all its glory, fury and impermanence.
An inspiring story of how a Mormon kid with Tourette's found salvation in books and weight-lifting.
DelGaudio believed that the artifice in his life was reserved exclusively for the stage until evidence to the contrary…
Shrill meets Brotopia in this personal and researched look at women's rights through the lens of sports.
A coming-of-age story mixed with groundbreaking research on technology, empathy and ethics.
Carlile recalls the pivotal events that shaped her music and identity in this captivating memoir.
An unflinching, powerful memoir about growing up Korean American, losing a mother and forging an identity.
Tove Ditlevsen's autobiographical trilogy about her troubled life in Copenhagen.
A memoir about the push and pull of belonging and the seismic emotional toll of family secrets.
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