ARGO by Antonio Mendez and Matt Baglio. Nonfiction.
and an exciting escape.
Better than the film.
EINSTEIN: HIS LIFE AND TIMES by Walter Isaacson. Biography.
advancing math and physics
and a great deal more.
TOP OF THE ROCK: INSIDE THE RISE AND FALL OF MUST SEE TV by Warren Littlefield. Nonfiction.
Self-serving but fun
spin on Seinfeld, Cheers, and more
from a top exec.
I’D LIKE TO APOLOGIZE TO EVERY TEACHER I EVER HAD by Tony Danza. Memoir.
Danza describes the
year he spent teaching high school.
THE LUCKY DOG MATCHMAKING SERVICE by Beth Kendrick. Novel.
A charming romance
featuring a character
with a way with dogs.
MY MOTHER WAS NUTS by Penny Marshall. Memoir.
She knew everyone
in showbiz back in the day.
I loved all the dish.
WHERE’D YOU GO, BERNADETTE by Maria Semple. Novel.
A zany joy ride
filled with winning characters.
I adored this book.
COMMITMENT by Dan Savage. Nonfiction.
divulged with great thoughtfulness
CODE NAME VERITY by Elizabeth Wein. YA novel.
A well-researched and
heartbreaking tale of female
spies in World War II.
ME, EARL, AND THE DYING GIRL by Jesse Andrews. YA novel.
A cancer novel
with heart, plus raunchy humor.
My son liked it too.
THERE’S CAKE IN MY FUTURE by Kim Gruenenfelder. Novel.
Three best friends and their
kooky love life dilemmas.
Chick lit at its best.