A full-scale portrait of Theodor Geisel, best known as American icon Dr. Seuss, shares insights into his successful early career as a radical political cartoonist and the complicated genius that informed his beliefs on such subjects as empathy and environmentalism.
A medically retired Marine describes the indelible role of his beloved chocolate lab in his recovery from war injuries and the loss of his brother, recounting the poignant road journey they shared in the final months of his dog's life.
An actress and TEDx speaker describes how her professional chef husband's Sicilian family didn't initially approve of him marrying a black American woman and the three summers she spent with them after he succumbed to cancer.
A timely account of the mid-20th-century Red Scare and its impact on everyday families describes how the author's WWII veteran father was spied on by the FBI, accused of communist sympathies, fired from his job and blacklisted.
The award-winning actress known for her roles in such productions as Orange Is the New Black describes how after attending her parents' deaths she uncovered painful secrets that challenged her understanding of her unconventional Irish-Catholic family.
The National Book Award-winning author of The Unwinding draws on firsthand writings in a narrative portrait of the influential American diplomat that explores how his achievements over half a century of history were complicated by his political ambitions.
The award-winning CBS Evening News anchor and 60 Minutes correspondent presents an uplifting memoir from the frontlines of international journalism that includes firsthand insights into major historical events and world leaders.
The former Second Lady describes her marriage to Joe Biden and the role of politics in her life and teaching career, sharing intimate insights into the traditions, resilience and love that have helped her family establish balance and endure tragedy.