It’s a veritable March Madness of books! SO many titles available today, liiiiiiiiiike:
BIG DATA by Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Kenneth Cukier: A revelatory exploration of emerging trends in “big data”—our newfound ability to gather and interpret vast amounts of information—and the revolutionary effects these developments are producing in business, science, and society at large.
PATI’S MEXICAN TABLE by Pati Jinich: The host of the popular PBS show Pati’s Mexican Table shares everyday Mexican dishes, from the traditional to creative twists.
A NEW NEW TESTAMENT by Hal Taussig: A provocative new edition of the New Testament that includes ten more recently discovered texts, selected by a council of scholars and spiritual leaders.
A DYING FALL by Elly Griffiths: Forensic archeologist Ruth Galloway—think Bones in the field instead of in the lab—investigates her most heart-stopping case to date after an old university friend and fellow archeologist is murdered.
THE RETROSPECTIVE by A.B. Yehoshua: A director, a screenwriter and an actress, old friends and colleagues, meet up for the first time in decades in Santiago de Compostela, and are forced to face the demons that undid them years before, and the ones haunting them now.
DRIVING MR. YOGI by Harvey Araton: A narrative of the friendship that’s developed between Ron Guidry and Yogi Berra as a result of Berra’s annual trips to Florida for Yankees spring training.
100 MORE WORDS EVERY HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE SHOULD KNOW: The latest offering in the 100 Words series from the editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries allows high school students and adults alike to assess the strength of their vocabulary and to fill in any gaps they discover.
THE POWER OF NEGATIVE THINKING by Bob Knight: Legendary firebrand basketball coach Bob Knight, the second-winningest coach in the history of the NCAA, turns conventional thinking on its head and challenges us to use negative thinking instead.