Heaven on Earth: The Lives and Legacies of the World's Greatest Cathedrals - Emma Wells (Head Zeus)

From an award-winning British academic and author comes an illustrated history of sixteen of the world’s greatest cathedrals interwoven with the lives, legacies and scandals of the people who built them.


Bite by Bite - Aimee Nexhukumatahil (Ecco)

A unique memoir meditation of short essays about food (some hilarious, some poetic) from the author of World of Wonders.


Shakespeare for Every Night of the Year - Colin Salter (Batsford)

Your illustrated guide to Shakespeare on a nightly basis. A beautifully made cornucopia of plays and sonnets in small extracts for meditation before slumber.


The Wide Wide Sea - Hampton Sides (Doubleday)

A critically-acclaimed best selling historian chronicles the final voyage of Captain James Cook. Kirkus Reviews calls it, " Luciously detailed and insightful history, masterfully told."


Shakespeare: The Man Who Pays the Rent - Judi Dentch (St. Martin's)

With humor and priceless revelations, the award-winning actress opens up about every Shakespeare role she has played over her seventy-year career.


The Bloomsbury Look - Wendy Hitchmough (Yale)

In paper, an in-depth study of the Bloomsbury group and how they expressed their liberal philosophies and collective identity in visual form.


Rulebreaker: the Life and Times of Barbara Walters - Susa Page (Simon & Schuster)

A well-written and researched biography of this pioneering and iconic journalist.


Art of the Craft: a Guidebook to Collaborative Storytelling - Girls Write Now (Harper One)

An anthology and inspirational guide to writing featuring multi-genre work from this 25 year-old organization.


Happy Place by Emily Henry (Berkley)

New in paperback; a week in a Maine cottage repairs a possibly flawed relationship and offers hope of a second-chance romance.


Until August by Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Knopf)

A recently discovered and posthumously published tale from a Nobel Prize winning author about female desire set in the sultry Caribbean.