Scholastic to release Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I & II July 31, 2016.
Body Geographic by Barrie Jean Borich • 272 pages • 25 illustrations • University of Nebraska Press • $17.95 A memoir from the award-winning author of My Lesbian Husband, Barrie Jean Borich’s Body Geographic turns personal history into an inspired reflection on the points where place and person intersect, where running away meets running toward, and where […]
Richard Gordon, author and founder of the Quantum-Touch books, has been a member of field of energy medicine for the last 38 years. In his newest book, “Quantum-Touch 2.0 The New Human: Discovering and Becoming,” Gordon teaches readers how to use their energy to heal others without the use of touch. Gordon shared some insight […]
Hidden America From Coal Miners to Cowboys, an Extraordinary Exploration of the Unseen People Who Make This Country Work By Jeanne Marie Laskas 336 pages • Putnam Adult • $26.95 Hidden America isn’t your average “read before bed time story.” No one is falling in love, saving a damsel in distress, or solving a crime. In this book, we follow a […]
I Want My MTV The Uncensored Story of the Music Video Revolution by Rob Tannenbaum & Craig Marks 320 pages • Plume • $20.00 Ask five witnesses what they just saw and you may get three different stories. When you ask more than 30 people what happened in the music video industry between 1981 and 1992, and you […]
Need a gift for that hard-to-buy-for relative or boss? How about one for a best friend who’s a foodie, or a colleague who loves to shop local? Food for Thought: An Indiana Harvest is a new coffee table book that features vivid photography and personal stories from more than 80 Hoosiers involved in Indiana food. […]