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Two technology executives explain the business methods behind Google’s groundbreaking success.
This young adult novel’s 18-year-old protagonist is the author of her own young adult novel about life after death.
Latino characters take readers on a journey into the cosmos in these middle-grade books.
From Washington to Paris, four interwoven characters grapple with guilt and injustice.
In a small Canadian town in 1901, boys from very different backgrounds meet, bond and solve a mystery together.
In Denis Johnson’s new novel, set in Africa, a spy and his ne’er-do-well friend plan to become rich by exploiting post-9/11 politics.
Three picture books appeal to children’s fascination with trees, providing information and flights of imagination.
The author credits the official guide of the Boy Scouts of America for his secondary education.
For Eugene Yelchin’s young hero, athletic prowess becomes a means of surviving Stalinist oppression.
Jane Smiley’s novel, the first in a planned trilogy, follows an Iowa family over three transformative decades in America.
The author’s mother remained in Germany through World War II.
A boy injured in a bizarre accident yearns to break free of his overprotective novelist father in this young adult novel.
Robert Darnton probes the history of censorship and finds it isn’t always what we think it is.
A fantasy role-playing game ends in death.
These coming-of-age novels find the heady days of high school filled with friendships, secrets, romance and treachery.
Readers respond to recent reviews of James Risen’s “Pay Any Price,” Nell Zink’s “The Wallcreeper” and more.
The subjects of four picture-book biographies make their marks: a linguist, an engineer, an astrophysicist . . . and a movie dog.
Bob Herbert documents the struggles of ordinary Americans and issues a political call to action.
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Walker Percy once said, “New Orleans may be too seductive for a writer.”