Celebrate Earth Day 2022 with these fabulous nonfiction reads. From animals to flowers to trees to seaweed, and even your favorite cocktails, you’ll find a book for every interest. Read more to learn about these terrific books, and pick up a few this Earth Day. The Nature Principle by Richard Louv For many of us, thinkingContinue reading

We’re excited to share the dazzling cover for New York Times bestselling author Stacey D’Erasmo‘s new novel, The Complicities. Coming in September, The Complicities tells a haunting and emotionally affecting story about a woman trying to rebuild her life after her husband’s arrest, and what she knew—or pretended not to know— about where their family’sContinue reading

We’re excited to share the beautiful cover for The Poet’s House by National Book Award finalist Jean Thompson, coming July 12, 2022. Fill out the form below to enter for a chance to win one of ten advance reader’s copies. Read more here about this smart and witty story about a young woman who discovers theContinue reading

Recent events have left many of us feeling worried and uneasy, and in times like these we need reminders of the courage and strength around the world. We hope you and the young readers in your life find comfort in these nonfiction books about determined children and the impact they have on their communities andContinue reading

Prioritizing compassion and understanding is the best way to handle these uncertain and upsetting times. Reading fosters empathy, and we hope you find comfort within these books about unity, compassion, and the strength of our communities. Sending peace, hope, and strength to readers everywhere.   The Sky Unwashed by Irene Zabytko Early on an AprilContinue reading

We at Algonquin process, well, everything by reading books. We look to them for comfort and understanding in difficult times so we’re sharing three reading lists in the hope that these books might help you, too. Sending peace, hope, and strength to readers everywhere. The books listed here offer insight about war from people who’veContinue reading