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Love Is the Cure

Elton John

In his recounting of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, Sir Elton John shares the realizations he acquired in the global fight against the disease: that love, compassion, and understanding are vital for ending the suffering and stigma.

Personal Growth
Mind & Philosophy

Love Out Loud

Nicole Gibson

Love Out Loud: A Guide to Enlightenment helps readers begin and navigate their journey to self-appreciation and personal fulfillment using new frameworks of thinking designed to help you understand your humanity, interconnectedness, and nature.

Parenting & Relationships

Love Rules

Joanna Coles

Former Cosmopolitan editor Joanna Coles helps guide us through the minefield of digital dating, by adapting the familiar concept of 'rules' to a task most of us still approach randomly.

Biographies
Mind & Philosophy
Personal Growth
Culture & Society

Love That Story

Jonathan Van Ness

In his follow-up memoir, Jonathan Van Ness gets curious about current issues, including marijuana legalization and body dysmorphia, through the lens of his queer experience.

Parenting & Relationships
Lifestyle

Love with a Chance of Drowning

Torre DeRoche

In her tender, humorous memoir, Torre DeRoche follows her heart and sets sail with the love of her life despite her fear of the vast ocean.

Parenting & Relationships

Love Worth Making

Stephen Snyder

Long-time sex therapist Stephen Snyder tackles the difficult issue of how to have good sex in a long-term relationship.

Mind & Philosophy
Personal Growth

Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It

Kamal Ravikant

Is one phrase really all it takes to change your life? For visionary Kamal Ravikant, there's no doubt about it. Here, he shares the secrets to his own happiness, along with all the advice and guidance you need to find your own at the end of the same path.

Parenting & Relationships
Personal Growth

Love, Sex and Staying Warm

Neil Rosenthal

Love, Sex, and Staying Warm is a collection of marriage counselor and newspaper columnist Neil Rosenthal's best writings to help any couple find happpiness in their relationship.

Personal Growth
Mind & Philosophy

Loving What Is

Byron Katie

Love reality as it is, no 'buts' or 'what ifs', Loving What Is gives us four simple questions to turn around our negative thoughts, change how we react to the events and people that stress us out, and thus end our own suffering.

Parenting & Relationships

Loving Your Spouse When You Feel Like Walking Away

Gary Chapman

This non-judgmental, insightful book provides practical advice for how to start healing a marriage when all you want to do is run away.

Culture & Society

Lying

Sam Harris

In Lying, philosopher and neuroscientist Sam Harris takes a stand against dishonesty and demonstrates the power being truthful can have for individuals and society as a whole.

Biographies

Mad, Bad & Dangerous to Know

Ranulph Fiennes

In this bestselling autobiography, Ranulph Fiennes delivers a first-hand account of his incredible life traveling through the most inaccessible and dangerous territories on earth.

Leadership & Entrepreneurship
Culture & Society

Made to Stick

Chip Heath, Dan Heath

Made to Stick examines advertising campaigns, urban myths, and compelling stories to determine the six traits that make ideas stick in our brains.

Arts & Design
Culture & Society

Made You Look

Barry Avrich

The largest art fraud in the history of the U.S. took place over the course of 20 years, involved $80 million in forgeries of iconic artists, and fooled even the most experienced art historians in the world.

Biographies
History

Madhouse at the End of the Earth

Julian Sancton

Madhouse at the End of the Earth tells the extraordinary story of the disastrous 1897–1899 Belgian Antarctic Expedition, delving into what happens when 18 men become trapped for a year on Earth's most hostile continent.

Culture & Society
History

Magdalena

Wade Davis

Anthropologist and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Wade Davis describes the Río Magdalena - Colombia's main artery - from its headwaters to its mouth.

Career & Success
Biographies
Personal Growth

Maggie Alphonsi: The Importance of Being Curious

The Game Changers, Sue Anstiss, Maggie Alphonsi

In this June 2019 episode of The Game Changers podcast, female sports expert Sue Anstiss interviews one of the best female players in rugby history — former England player Maggie Alphonsi.

Health & Fitness
Culture & Society
Science & Environment
Mind & Philosophy

Magic Medicine

Monty Wates

A documentary that follows the first-ever clinical trial exploring the use of magic mushrooms as a treatment for clinical depression.

Science & Environment

Mahout: The Great Elephant Walk

James Dartnall, Jack Wylson

This documentary follows the journey of the mahouts, or elephant guardians, as they walk four elephants between two Nepalese sanctuaries, across some of the most densely populated land on Earth.

Culture & Society

Maid

Stephanie Land

Stephanie Land depicts her experience as a single mother, low-income housekeeper, and survivor of domestic violence.

Health & Fitness

Main Street Vegan

Victoria Moran, Adair Moran

Main Street Vegan lays out a practical, affordable path to eliminating animals and animal products from your diet so you can lead a healthier, more ethical, and more environmentally friendly life.

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