While the reads above use fiction to discuss the past, these books give us factual portraits of history taking readers through the Revolutionary War, the massacre at Wounded Knee, the Civil War, Women’s Suffrage, World War II, the Stonewall uprising, and more. Click for More History Books. Want more content like this? Click below to […]
From a laugh-out-loud memoir to tales of espionage to explorations of heroic battles, these nonfiction books are sure to inspire lively discussion with your book clubs. Click for More Nonfiction Book Club Titles.
“On Desperate Ground is first-rate narrative history. Hampton Sides’ characters are richly drawn, his background history engrossing, and his battle scenes bone-chillingly realistic—a great read.” —Daniel James Brown, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Boys in the Boat From the New York Times bestselling author of Ghost Soldiers and In the Kingdom of Ice, a chronicle of the extraordinary feats of heroism […]
With topics ranging from Myers-Briggs to World War II, Monty Python to the secrets of the universe, these books are perfect for every nonfiction reader at your library. Click for More Nonfiction Reads.
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You’ve read The Girls now what? Emma Cline’s coming-of-age novel, about a teen girl who gets involved with one of the most infamous cults in American history, has become one of the favorite books of the summer. If you loved reading or listening to it and are looking for more, try these similarly cult-themed titles in both fiction and nonfiction. Click for More […]
The fourth installment of the Brightly Family Book Club, which encourages families to read together, explore important topics through books, and have some fun, is a nonfiction book that has all the suspense of a great novel. What makes this book even better for the whole family to read is that it comes in a newer […]
One of the last unheralded heroic stories of World War II: the U-Boat assault off the American coast against the Merchant Marines who were supplying the European war, and one community’s monumental contribution to that effort. Mathews County, Virginia, is a bleak strip of land along the Chesapeake with almost nothing to offer–but it sent […]