by Ed Catmull with Amy Wallace
by Dan Fagin
by George Saunders
by Nikil Saval
by Alison Loat and Michael Macmillan
Gandhi Before India

Current Non-Fiction Bestsellers

Scaling Up Excellence
A Bigger Prize
“One of those incredible stories that you didn’t even know existed. It filled a void.”

—Jon Stewart, The Daily Show

Skinny Meals
The Inconvenient Indian
The Chopped Cookbook
The MomShift

Advice to the Graduate

Opening Heaven's Door
The Divide
Lose It Right
Trying Not to Try
The People's Platform
Attempting Normal
I Don't Know What You Know Me From
Reasons My Kid Is Crying
Earth Calling

Shortlisted for the 2014 RBC Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction

Asia's Cauldron
Washington's Spies
The Future of the Mind

Coming Soon: Summer Grillin'

Animal Wise

A Father, His Son, and the Golden Age of Marijuana

The Wolf of Wall Street (Movie Tie-in Edition)
My mother hated Ronald Reagan so much that I assumed she knew him intimately—that he was just another of the many in a revolving door of friends she was always complaining had ripped her off.
New Life, No Instructions
The Diet Fix

Congratulations to Thomas King:

Winner of the RBC Taylor Prize for The Inconvenient Indian

Dad Is Fat
The Power of Forgetting

As a prisoner of war, Andrew Jackson walked several miles barefoot across state lines while suffering from smallpox and a serious head wound received when he refused to polish the boots of the soldiers who had taken him captive. He was thirteen years old. 

Raising Cubby
I Spend Therefore I Am

Time to plan your garden?

“How do you keep up with them?” she asks me, a girl-to-girl aside. Justin answers before I can: “She can’t keep up. We carry her everywhere.” He pauses for effect and grins. “No, no, for real, she kicks my ass.”

An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth

Globe Books 100: Canadian Non-fiction

As I was reading “Duty,” probably one of the best Washington memoirs ever, I kept thinking that Robert M. Gates clearly has no desire to work in the federal government again in his life. That evidently is a fertile frame of mind in which to write a book like this one.

Thomas E. Ricks, New York Times

Being Uncle Charlie
Storm Kings
Plato at the Googleplex
Trapped Under the Sea

Globe Books 100: International Non-fiction

Songs Only You Know

“I loved this book, I was moved by this book, and now I will share this book with my own mother—along with my renewed appreciation for certain debts of love that can never be repaid.”

—Elizabeth Gilbert, New York Times bestselling author of Eat, Pray, Love

Know the Night
I Just Graduated ... Now What?
The Contest of the Century
My Life in Middlemarch
Bad Pharma
My Age of Anxiety
Find Momo
Thank You For Your Service
Cold Hard Truth on Family, Kids and Money
Salt Sugar Fat
Little Failure
The Essential Martin Luther King, Jr.
Conversations with Myself
The Loudest Voice in the Room
The Sibley Guide to Birds, Second Edition
Rebel Music

A father asks his 15-year-old daughter a deceptively simple question: “How would you define nothing?” With that, the girl who once tried to fail geometry as a conscientious objector starts reading up on general relativity and quantum mechanics.

The Accidental Universe

Coming Soon - Non-Fiction

Report from the Interior
Just Babies
Princesses Behaving Badly
Happy City
The Longer I'm Prime Minister

The Best of Narrative Non-Fiction

Fire and Ashes

Too Close to Home: Crime in Canada

Up, Up, and Away