In graphic novel format looks at the work of Doctors without Borders as seen through the eyes of a photojournalist who accompanied the group through war-torn Afghanistan.
From the Pentagon correspondent for The Washington Post during Rumsfeld's tenure comes this portrait of the controversial defense secretary, from his management of the Iraq war to his relationships with Congress, administration colleagues, and military officers. 50,000 first printing.
An evocative memoir of family and growing up in the tough, violent world of Baltimore in the 1980s chronicles the relationship between the author and his father, a Vietnam vet and Black Panther affiliate, and his steadfast, if sometimes eccentric, campaign to keep his sons from falling victim to the seductive temptations of the streets. 40,000 first printing.
The actress recalls the challenges of maintaining a healthy self-image while coping with the stress of celebrity, her twenty-year marriage to rock star Eddie Van Halen, her battle with depression and weight, motherhood, and her determination to take control of her own life.
Documents how Kenya was viewed as a model of democracy upon the 2003 election of president Mwai Kibaki before the flight of reformer John Githongo two years later upon his discovery of government corruption.
The stand-up comedian draws on the trials and tribulations of his own life—from drug addiction and obesity to fights with his mother and his early career driving a Jersey cab—to share a collection of painfully hilarious true stories.
The true story of Art Williams, a gifted counterfeiter who created a nearly indistinguishable copy of what was thought to be the most secure hundred-dollar bill ever created, and printed millions of the fake bills for criminals and spending sprees.
Presents the journey from refuge camp to America and the hardships and joys of a family's struggle to adapt in a strange culture while holding onto traditions that are passed down from her beloved grandmother.