New Adult Nonfiction Books

New Arrivals Added To Our Adult Nonfiction Collection in the last 7 days

View all on one page

Sign up for new Nonfiction emails

Title Date added
The human age - the world shaped by us by Ackerman, Diane, 1948-

The human age - the world shaped by us

"Humans have subdued 75 percent of the land surface, concocted a wizardry of industrial and medical marvels, strung lights all across the darkness. We tinker with nature at every opportunity; we garden the planet with our preferred species of plants and animals, many of them invasive; and we have even altered the climate, threatening our own extinction. Yet we reckon with our own destructive capabilities in extraordinary acts of hope-filled creativity ... Ackerman [explores] our new reality, int

Sep 18, 2014
The hunt for the golden mole - all creatures great and small and why they matter by Girling, Richard, author.

The hunt for the golden mole - all creatures great and small and why they matter

Sep 19, 2014
The investigator - fifty years of uncovering the truth by Lenzner, Terry F, author.

The investigator - fifty years of uncovering the truth

A memoir by a Washington insider and former chief counsel to the Senate Watergate Committee traces his investigative role in some of the most culturally and politically significant world events and news stories from the past half century.

Sep 17, 2014
The investigator - fifty years of uncovering the truth by Lenzner, Terry F., author.

The investigator - fifty years of uncovering the truth

A memoir by a Washington insider and former chief counsel to the Senate Watergate Committee traces his investigative role in some of the most culturally and politically significant world events and news stories from the past half century.

Sep 20, 2014
The Jesus family tomb - the evidence behind the discovery no one wanted to find by Jacobovici, Simcha.

The Jesus family tomb - the evidence behind the discovery no one wanted to find

Sep 19, 2014
The Joey Song - A Mother's Story of Her Son's Addiction by Swenson, Sandra

The Joey Song - A Mother's Story of Her Son's Addiction

Sep 20, 2014
The joy of yoga - fifty sequences for your home and studio practice by Silverman, Emma.

The joy of yoga - fifty sequences for your home and studio practice

"Thousands of people take time out of their busy schedules every day to attend yoga classes where they learn postures and breathing techniques that make them feel more energized and balanced. Thousands of other people, however, have yet to find the time in their day to do anything but work, study, or chase after their children. In The Joy of Yoga, author and expert Emma Silverman teaches readers how to take advantage of the health benefits yoga offers even when they can't make it to regularly sc

Sep 15, 2014
The lagoon - how Aristotle invented science by Leroi, Armand Marie.

The lagoon - how Aristotle invented science

Sep 20, 2014
The Large Hadron Collider - the extraordinary story of the Higgs boson and other stuff that will blow your mind by Lincoln, Don, author.

The Large Hadron Collider - the extraordinary story of the Higgs boson and other stuff that will blow your mind

Sep 20, 2014
The last great walk - the true story of a 1909 walk from New York to San Francisco, and why it matters today by Curtis, Wayne.

The last great walk - the true story of a 1909 walk from New York to San Francisco, and why it matters today

Sep 20, 2014
The leap - the science of trust and why it matters by Boser, Ulrich.

The leap - the science of trust and why it matters

Sep 19, 2014
The little book of yoga by Isaacs, Nora.

The little book of yoga

Sep 15, 2014
The Lost Gospel - Decoding the Ancient Text That Reveals Jesus' Marriage to Mary the Magdalene by Jacobovici, Simcha/ Wilson, Barrie

The Lost Gospel - Decoding the Ancient Text That Reveals Jesus' Marriage to Mary the Magdalene

Sep 19, 2014
The making of Gone with the wind by Wilson, Steve, 1957 July 8-

The making of Gone with the wind

Sep 20, 2014
The map thief - the gripping story of an esteemed rare-map dealer who made millions stealing priceless maps by Blanding, Michael.

The map thief - the gripping story of an esteemed rare-map dealer who made millions stealing priceless maps

"The story of an infamous crime, a revered map dealer with an unsavory secret, and the ruthless subculture that consumed him Maps have long exerted a special fascination on viewers-both as beautiful works of art and as practical tools to navigate theworld. But to those who collect them, the map trade can be a cutthroat business, inhabited by quirky and sometimes disreputable characters in search of a finite number of extremely rare objects. Once considered a respectable antiquarian map deal

Sep 20, 2014
The marshmallow test - mastering self-control by Mischel, Walter, author.

The marshmallow test - mastering self-control

"Renowned psychologist Walter Mischel, designer of the famous Marshmallow Test, explains what self-control is and how to master it. A child is presented with a marshmallow and given a choice: Eat this one now, or wait and enjoy two later. What will she do? And what are the implications for her behavior later in life? The world's leading expert on self-control, Walter Mischel has proven that the ability to delay gratification is critical for a successful life, predicting higher SAT scores, bett

Sep 20, 2014
The Mary Kay way - timeless principles from America's greatest woman entrepreneur by Ash, Mary Kay.

The Mary Kay way - timeless principles from America's greatest woman entrepreneur

Discusses how to succeed in business through a people-centered business philosophy, using the author's experience as a cosmetics entrepreneur as a guide.

Sep 20, 2014
The meat cookbook by Fletcher, Nichola, 1951- author.

The meat cookbook

Sep 19, 2014
The meat cookbook by Fletcher, Nichola, 1951- author.

The meat cookbook

Sep 20, 2014
The men who lost America - British leadership, the American Revolution, and the fate of the empire by O'Shaughnessy, Andrew Jackson.

The men who lost America - British leadership, the American Revolution, and the fate of the empire

"The loss of America was a stunning and unexpected defeat for the powerful British Empire. Common wisdom has held that incompetent military commanders and political leaders in Britain must have been to blame, but were they? This intriguing book makes a different argument. Weaving together the personal stories of ten prominent men who directed the British dimension of the war, historian Andrew O'Shaughnessy dispels the incompetence myth and uncovers the real reasons that rebellious colonials were

Sep 20, 2014