By Randall Munroe
There are no stupid questions. Oh, wait. Yes, there are. But this book makes answering them a whole lot of fun.
By Justin Martin
Long before hipsters met at downtown bars, American bohemians met at Pfaff’s.
By Robert M. Price
A well-researched rebuttal to Bill O’Reilly’s bestselling Killing Jesus makes its case via facts, not fabrications.
By Thomas King
Heavy themes are handled lightly in this playful, wonderfully readable novel by a gifted indigenous author.
By Craig Laurance Gidney
This book explores the social history of vaccination in the United States and reveals an underlying political agenda.
By Eula Biss
This heartfelt ode to inoculations dismisses concerns about vaccines.
An engaging account of how the hurdles faced by beleaguered educators are nothing new.