YES PLEASE by Amy Poehler
This will be available next Tuesday, October 28.
Amy Poehler is one of the smartest, funniest, creative women in the business today. This is how she got where she is.
JOHN SINGER SARGENT AND HIS MUSE: PAINTING LOVE AND LOSS by Karen Corsano and Daniel Williman.
This new biography of Sargent focuses on the relationship with his niece, Rose-Marie Ormond, revealing yet another layer of this intricate and popular painter.
WHEN MARX MATTERED: AN INTELLECTUAL ODYSSEY by Harold J. Bershady.
The author balances his personal coming-of-age into the exploration of theories and reasons with the evolution of scholarly judgment.
COSBY: HIS LIFE AND TIMES by Mark Whitaker
This is an in-depth biography of the comedian, crafted from research, interviews with the subject, and more than 60 of his friends and co-workers over the years. A large, insightful book.
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS; MAD PILGRIMAGE OF THE FLESH by John Lahr.
There are many biographies of the playwright, but this, by critic John Lahr, delves more deeply into the contrasts between the public and private aspects of the man whose work still resonates.
EVEN THIS I GET TO EXPERIENCE by Norman Lear
Ninety years of triumph and tragedy from a man who made us look at the world differently through the lens of entertainment.
WELCOME HOME MAMA & BORIS: HOW A SISTER'S LOVE SAVED A FALLEN SOLDIER'S BELOVED DOGS by Casey Neesley and Michael Levin.
I am a big fan of Puppy Rescue Mission, which raises funds to bring home the dogs solders in Iraq and Afghanistan fall in love with and don't want to leave behind. This book details how a fallen soldier's sister determined to bring home not just her brother's body, but the living dogs he loved.
BLESSED EXPERIENCES: GENUINELY SOUTHERN, PROUDLY BLACK by James E. Clyburn
This Congressman writes of his journey from the Jim Crow era to modern times, detailing his work in civil and human rights, and social and economic justice.
I hope you enjoy these new releases!