Here's a sample of new titles that have recently been added to our adult non-fiction collection. There are new titles for a variety of different subject areas within the nonfiction collection. Take a look, you might just find some new books to read or discover an interest in a new subject area!
Two of the most renowned spiritual leaders share their wisdom about living with joy, even in the hardest of times.
A collection of unpublished material from Mother Theresa in which she discusses compassion and how to show it in everyday life. Also includes prayers.
Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance
The author shares his story of growing up in a poverty-stricken part of Kentucky and his family’s move to Ohio to try and escape poverty. His story paints a vivid picture of the struggles of America’s white working class.
America the Anxious by Ruth Whippman
Whippman, a British journalist, movies to the United States and sets out on a pilgrimage to try and understand America’s obsession with happiness.
The go-to guide for those who are newly diagnosed with breast cancer. It includes tips for choosing the right doctor, understanding treatment choices, dealing with the effects of treatment, seeking support groups, and much more
Let Them Eat Dirt by B. Brett Finlay and Marie-Claire Arrieta
Two microbiologists describe the microbes that live in and on our bodies and explain how they influence childhood development.
A collection of 125 recipes for All-American, family-friendly meals, along with tips and fun ideas to make family meal planning even easier.
Over 80 recipes for under 30 minute dishes, as well as 60 slow cooker recipes. The recipes cover a variety of categories and include nutritional information.
With this collection of essays, Oates shares what life as a writer is like. She also writes about authors that inspired her and provides a look into her own writing process.
In these intimate and honest essays, Weiner discusses all parts of her life, not only as a writer but also as a mom, daughter, and wife.
The Plots Against Hitler by Danny Orbach
A thrilling story about underground anti-Nazi networks in Germany and their numerous attempts at assassinating Adolf Hitler.
Forty Autumns by Nina Willner
This book tells the story of a family separated by the Berlin Wall and all the hardships they endured, as well as the emotional reunion after the wall came down.
Biographies & Memoirs
Breaking Bad and Malcolm in the Middle star Bryan Cranston discusses his life in this inspiring memoir. From his early life and the disappearance of his father to his adult life as an accomplished actor, Cranston discusses all the parts he’s played in real life and on screen.
Henson, currently starring as Cookie on Empire, shares stories about her family, opens up about her experiences being a single mother, and discusses the pitfalls that come with being a black actress.