The campaign collections are among new books on the presidential candidates.
These books will help distract you from the fact that you're slowly melting.
The dynamic has changed for young adults.
After his death, the Nobel Laureate's Holocaust book climbs USA TODAY's best-seller list.
Meg Rosoff's novel is about a young man in New York and his brother's canines.
'Bush' does not hold back disdain for many of the president's decisions.
Look for a new Dr. Seuss, plus an anniversary reissue of 'Valley of the Dolls.'
The 'Night' author leaves behind a legacy of Holocaust education and remembrance.
A new book explains why Jerry and the gang keep bringing the funny.
Spend your weekend reading 'Into the Lion's Mouth,' about the spy who inspired 007.
It's 'Eat Pray... Separate' for Elizabeth Gilbert and husband of 12 years.
Controversy surrounds the book, but author and publisher say they stand by it.
The guru of post-industrial age whose million-selling book anticipated digital age.
A Pulitzer Prize winner offers a new spin on 'The Taming of the Shrew.'
Beach reads are appealing to readers; Harper Lee rises on USA TODAY's best-seller list.
Rob Sheffield, a lifelong fan, is author of 'On Bowie.'
Ilvermorny has some dark roots.
'The Gilded Years' is the story of Anita Hemmings, who passed for white.
'Jackson, 1964' collects 30 years of Calvin Trillin's reporting on race in America.
These four picture books will get kids ready for some summertime fun.
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