(Illustrations by Neiko Ng. Paper engineering/pop-up design by Simon Arizpe. Photos by Bill O’Leary.)
(Illustrations by Neiko Ng. Paper engineering/pop-up design by Simon Arizpe. Photos by Bill O’Leary.)
Of all the outstanding titles that grabbed our attention this year, these stood out.
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Books are constantly reminding us to be grateful, but they’re leaving behind a lot of people.

  • Mitch Horowitz
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As a new movie comes out, fans should make an effort to read the original stories.

  • Jerry Griswold
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Rob Dunn introduces us to the diversity of life under our own roofs.

  • Debra Bruno
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Ellen Ruppel Shell reexamines and reimagines the American job

  • William Grimes
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Two books explore how robots and their expanding capabilities feature in human life

  • Matthew Hutson
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Diarmaid MacCulloch explores the religion and blood sports of Henry VIII’s chief enforcer.

  • Rory Rapple
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H.W. Brands charts the trio’s battles and common ground on the dilemmas of the era.

  • Marjoleine Kars
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Peter Sagal’s ‘The Incomplete Book of Running’ explores the power of exercise

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In ‘Wit’s End,’James Geary takes a serious look at humor.

Interest in the book — and the former first lady’s arena tour — just keep growing.

  • Hugo Kugiya
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The Washington Post Bestsellers Dec 9
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