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"Zillow Talk" - What are the New Rules of Real Estate?

Shop this article on Amazon Zillow Talk: The New Rules of Real Estate by Spencer Rascoff I recently met with Spencer Rascoff and Stan Humphries of Zillow.

Weekend Reading

Shop this article on Amazon All the Wild That Remains by David Gessner We just wrapped up Best of the Month reading for March (stay tuned--it's a great list!

Straight on Till Morning: Iconic Images from the Voyager Missions

Shop this article on Amazon The Interstellar Age: Inside the Forty-Year Voyager Mission by Jim Bell I was too young to remember the moon missions.

Sara Says...

Shop this article on Amazon Funny Girl by Nick Hornby One of the few, albeit minor, drawbacks of this job is that while we all get to spend a lot of time discovering books we love, we don’t always have the luxury of time to pause between books and see which ones are going to linger in our minds, which ones are going to become longterm residents on our personal Best Of Lists.

YA Wednesday: Guest Essay from Gayle Forman

Shop this article on Amazon I Was Here by Gayle Forman If I Stay by Gayle Forman For many YA readers a new book by Gayle Forman is already cause for celebration and now the film adaptation of If I Stay has introduced her to an even wider audience.  This is one of those rare cases where the movie got people wanting to read not only the book the film was based on, but also the other half of the duet, Where She Went.

Authentic Voices: New Memoirs from Kim Gordon and Robert Christgau

Shop this article on Amazon Girl in a Band by Kim Gordon Going into the City: Portrait of a Critic as a Young Man by Robert Christgau Unfortunately, sometimes great things just don't get along.

Dangerous Fun to Write: Priya Parmar on "Vanessa and Her Sister"

Shop this article on Amazon Vanessa and Her Sister by Priya Parmar Much has been written about the legendary Bloomsbury group and two of its most famous members-- Vanessa Bell and her sister, Virginia Woolf.

Get Cooking: February's Best Cookbooks

Shop this article on Amazon The Gourmet Mexican Kitchen by Shannon Bard Our favorite cookbooks this month range from single ingredient focus, like Virgin Territory, to the best new books on grain-free cooking, and decadent treats in Dessert for Two or Chocopologie.

Hey, Ho, Let's Go! On the Road with the Ramones

Shop this article on Amazon Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone by Marky Ramone I'm a sucker for books about punk rockers in 1970s New York and London.

Weekend Reading

Shop this article on Amazon H is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald Walking to the park last weekend, I collided with a young chap so engrossed in a book that he…well, ran  into me.

"I Wanted to Push This Some" - Scott Blackwood on His Novel "See How Small"

Shop this article on Amazon See How Small by Scott Blackwood Scott Blackwood's novel See How Small was our spotlight pick for January's Best Books of the Month.

It's What She Does: The Remarkable Life and Photographs of Lynsey Addario

Shop this article on Amazon It's What I Do: A Photographer's Life of Love and War by Lynsey Addario Lynsey Addario's passport reads like a litany of misery.

Sara Says...

Shop this article on Amazon Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins As you may have heard, we Amazon editors are very opinionated about books, and relish opportunities to brag about how right we are when we discover something that goes on to become a big hit in the “outside world” – i.e.

A Serendipitous Seuss Discovery

Shop this article on Amazon What Pet Should I Get? by Dr. Seuss It's a stupendous day for Dr. Seuss fans, with the announcement of a new, previously unpublished picture book, What Pet Should I Get?

Ben Fountain Reviews Elliot Ackerman's "Green on Blue"

Shop this article on Amazon Green on Blue by Elliot Ackerman A few years ago, Ben Fountain helped to start a phenomenon.

100 Biographies & Memoirs to Read in a Lifetime

We're a quixotic lot, we Amazon Books editors. I mean, we knew it was an impossible task to boil down literature to 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime, but we gave it a shot.

Lunar New Year Reads for Kids

Shop this article on Amazon The Year of the Sheep by Oliver Chin Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas by Natasha Yim February 19th marks the Lunar New Year and the year of the sheep, which may also be depicted as the goat or ram.  The holiday lasts until March 5th this year and is a time of traditions; red envelopes of lucky money, paper dragons, and firecrackers are part of the festivities, but the Lunar New Year is focused on being with family and what better way to come together than around stories.   Here are a handful of books for kids that I like for the upcoming holiday: The Year of the Sheep, the latest in the Tales of the Chinese Zodiac picture book series, introduces a sheep named Sydney who demonstrates the valuable characteristics of those born under this sign: kindness, cooperation, and creativity.  Ages 4-8   Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas is a fun re-telling of the Golidlocks story, with a Lunar New Year twist.

"The Jaguar's Children" and John Vaillant's Mexico

Shop this article on Amazon The Jaguar's Children by John Vaillant With his first two books, John Vaillant established himself as a master of nail-biting nonfiction.

Amazon's Best Books of February: Part Two

Shop this article on Amazon A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler Last week I covered our first five picks for the Best Books of February.

"I've Never Been Happier to Tell You About a Book" - Cynthia Bond's "Ruby"

Shop this article on Amazon Ruby by Cynthia Bond Oprah Winfrey has done so much to bring books and readers together, but she seems particularly excited about this latest pick.