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Roll me up and smoke me when I die

Willie Nelson ; foreword by Kinky Friedman ; illustrations by Micah Nelson. |


Pippa Middleton ; with photography by David Loftus ; and illustrations by Gill Heeley. |

Making toast

Roger Rosenblatt. |

Ever by my side

Nick Trout. |

The divorce party

Laura Dave. |

Promise not to tell

Jennifer McMahon. |

Schulz and Peanuts

David Michaelis. |

The language of flowers

Vanessa Diffenbaugh. |

My year with Eleanor

Noelle Hancock. |

Making space

Thich Nhat Hanh. |

Reviving Ophelia

Mary Pipher. |

The giant's house

Elizabeth McCracken. |

Dream catcher

Margaret A. Salinger. |

Ernest Hemingway's A farewell to arms

edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom. |

The sun also rises

Ernest Hemingway. |

The age of miracles

Karen Thompson Walker. |


Cathi Hanauer. |

Seating arrangements

Maggie Shipstead. |

You're not doing it right

Michael Ian Black. |


Kourtney, Kim, and Khloâe Kardashian. |

Rather laugh than cry

Malka Zipora. |

Monkey mind

Daniel B. Smith. |

Codependent no more

Melody Beattie. |

The story of a soul

St. Thâeráese of Lisieux ; translated and edited by Robert J. Edmonson. |

Dirty sugar cookies

Ayun Halliday. |

Everyday blessings

Myla and Jon Kabat-Zinn. |

Kindred spirits

Sarah Strohmeyer. |

The skinnygirl dish

Bethenny Frankel with Eve Adamson. |

Every day in Tuscany

Frances Mayes. |

A place of yes

Bethenny Frankel, with Eve Adamson. |

My life as a furry red monster

Kevin Clash with Gary Brozek. |

Graffiti kings

Jack Stewart ; [edited by Regina Stewart]. |


Renâee Stephens with Samantha Rose. |

Crazy salad

Nora Ephron. |

Happier at home

Gretchen Rubin. |


Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862. |

Respectful parents, respectful kids

Sura Hart and Victoria Kindle Hodson. |

Most talkative

Andy Cohen. |

Buddhism for mothers

Sarah Napthali. |

A ticket to the circus

Norris Church Mailer. |

The long goodbye

Meghan O'Rourke. |

Mighty be our powers

Leymah Gbowee with Carole Mithers. |

The year we were famous

by Carole Estby Dagg. |