This story of a troubled family and a broken community has compassion in its hammering heart and poetry in its bleak prose
Jenny Nordberg’s delicate book explores why some families dress their daughters as boys – until they trade their freedom for the limitations of Afghan womanhood
“Mandela: An Audio History,” a documentary with first-person interviews and archival recordings, was named the Audiobook of the Year by the Audio Publishers Association.
Pamela Newkirk engrossingly transforms what was billed in 1906 as a lesson in ethnography into a larger window on racism.
Two young brothers are trapped down a well. But who put them there? And what do they stand for?
Gaiman speaks about his 'gloriously irritating' friend, who died earlier this year