It’s the perfect baking book for quarantine, in which home cooks have plenty of leisure to read the author’s recollections of Christmas past.
With welcome diversity and boundless creativity, that long-ago, far-away galaxy has never come so gratifyingly close to our own.
In ‘The Return of the Russian Leviathan,’ Sergei Medvedev makes clear that a strongman doesn’t actually make a country stronger.
A new Nightmare Before Christmas Advent Calendar from Insight Editions is a book-within-a-book; the outer book reveals a pop-up tree.
A boon for fans young and old who want to spend a little more time with some of the best Clone Wars stories, and hear them through new ears.
As the subtitle of photographer Esther Horvath’s new book ‘Into the Arctic Ice’ states, MOSAiC is ‘The Largest Polar Expedition of All Time.’
The full ‘Ascendancy’ series promises to resolve the question of why Thrawn was seemingly cast out of the Chiss.
‘The Rise of Skywalker’ made clear that there’s a lot of ground to cover in Poe’s past; ‘Free Fall’ covers at least the top headlines.
‘In the ring, he had faced countless foes, but in real life, only one human being could challenge André the Giant. His name was André Roussimoff.’
Mikhail Gorbachev’s short but wide-ranging new book ‘What Is At Stake Now’ reads as an elegy to a more optimistic time in world affairs.
The genius of Galaxy’s Edge is that it allows visitors to imagine themselves part of a story — even if they don’t see it unfolding before their eyes.
ocusing almost exclusively on the 11 live-action films, ‘Book of Lists’ doesn’t sell itself as anything beyond a fun flip-through for Star Wars buffs.