January 14, 2019 by Zoë
When a Tyrannosaurus bataar skeleton turns up at auction, it sparks a whirlwind of lawyers and trials and international outrage. In The Dinosaur Artist, Paige Williams records everything that led up to the auction of the dinosaur, delving deep into the life of Eric Prokopi, whose love of paleontology eventually led him to Mongolia and T. bataar.
October 29, 2018 by Zoë
When I read the description for Double Awesome Chinese Food by Margaret Li, Irene Li, and Andrew Li, I knew I had to see what it was like. The idea behind this cookbook is Chinese American food–it’s not completely Chinese and it’s not completely American. Awesome!
August 20, 2018 by Zoë
In The Face: Strangers on a Pier, Tash Aw explores his own identity as Malaysian Chinese, as well as considering broader questions of diasporic identity and belonging in Southeast Asia and the world.
August 6, 2018 by Zoë
How I Resist by Maureen Johnson pulls together contributions from a large assortment of people all with the aim of inspiring young people, who may not be old enough to vote, to still be involved in social movements and activism.
July 16, 2018 by Zoë
Interested in minimizing the impact you have on the planet? That’s what a zero waste lifestyle is for, and that’s what Bea Johnson sets out to explain in Zero Waste Home.