Stephen Alter's BECOMING A MOUNTAIN: Himalayan Journeys In Search of the Sacred and Sublime, a journey of recovery and pilgrimage and a moving meditation on the on the solace of high places and on the hidden meanings and enduring mystery of mountains
Laura Coffey and Lori Fusaro's MY OLD DOG: Rescued Pets with Remarkable Second Acts, a celebration told through text and photographs of the joys of senior dog rescue featuring 20 tales of rescue (including George Clooney's dog, Einstein)
Katelyn Detweiler's IMMACULATE, one of our most requested titles at Bologna last week and a stunning contemporary title that will appeal to fans of Jandy Nelson and deals with universal issues accessible to all readers including teenage pregnancy, friendship and miracles
Sara Donati's THE GILDED HOUR, a magnificent epic about two women doctors making their way in a man’s world of medicine and the transcendent power of courage and love set during New York City’s Gilded Age of the late 1800s by the author of the INTO THE WILDERNESS series
Marissa Meyer's HEARTLESS, the brand-new standalone prequel to ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND that introduces readers to the fascinating Lady Catherine Pinkerton—before her unwilling engagement and marriage to the King of Hearts.