Women Who Inspire

Celebrate iconic women who have made history during Women’s History Month in March, and lift up the incredible women in your life during International Women’s Day on March 8! Trailblazing women have made their mark in government, civil rights, art, sports, science, technology, and so much more. During the month of March and beyond, we

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Books for Aquarius Season

The sea-goat takes a dip as the water bearer takes its place when Aquarius rules the skies from January 20 – February 18! With radical Uranus as their ruling planet, Aquarians posses a fiercely independent and inventive spirit. They’re at their most fulfilled when they’re chasing their dreams and appreciate being given the space to

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In Theaters Now: Killers of the Flower Moon

Martin Scorsese’s three and a half hour true crime epic, Killers of the Flower Moon, is out in theaters today! Based on the New York Times bestseller of the same name, Killers of the Flower Moon covers the chilling conspiracy to infiltrate and murder Osage families for their oil money and the investigation that followed

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Cover Reveal – The Moth Presents: A Point of Beauty

From storytelling phenomenon and hit podcast The Moth, featuring contributions from Elizabeth Gilbert, Quiara Alegría Hudes, and Lin-Manuel Miranda alongside tales of an international rescue mission for Paddington Bear, a family matriarch running numbers in Detroit, an epic Lucha libre showdown in Mexico City, and more. An inspiring and entertaining collection of unforgettable true stories about

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Celebrate Native American Heritage!

November is National American Indian Heritage Month, and for PRH, it’s a time to celebrate the original people of this land and uplift Indigenous voices making their mark in the literary world. Read Native American stories in every genre from contemporary fiction like Never Whistle at Night and Earthdivers, Vol. 1: Kill Columbus to groundbreaking

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In Theaters July 21 – Oppenheimer

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning book, American Prometheus, Oppenheimer is the true story of the development of the atomic bomb in WWII and the man at the center of it all who found himself destroyed by his own horrific weapons of devastation. Shot in the towering IMAX format, Oppenheimer promises to transport audiences directly into

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Congrats to Our 2023 Pulitzer Prize Winners!

We are so honored to have four PRH titles among the Pulitzer Prize winners this year. The Pulitzer is the most prestigious annual prize in American letters, and we’re thrilled to have four more incredible authors join our roster of previous winners. From transporting fiction to unflinching examinations of racial injustices facing American society today,

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Loving Succession? Read This!

It’s impossible to look away from Succession‘s final season. The dramedy about a power struggle between a manipulative, media mogul father and his dysfunctional, ambitious, always scheming children is better than ever. From Kendall’s mastery of empty corporate jargon to Greg naïvely stumbling to the top amidst his cousins’ high-dollar backstabbing, Succession is a masterfully

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Celebrate Jewish Heritage with Books

This May, celebrate Jewish American Heritage Month with this diverse list of reads! From biographies to summer-y beach reads to art, history, cookbooks, children’s books, and timeless classics, there are so many books for you to read all month long and throughout the year! Find some of our favorite picks below, and explore our Jewish

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AANHPI Month – Represent Asian Stories

May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! This May, celebrate the many cultures and stories within the AANHPI community with books by authors of Asian, East Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander heritage and cultures. Discover more books by Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander authors and share these incredible

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