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The Reckoning

by Andrew Solomon Scribner (May 26, 2014)

First published in The New Yorker, “Solomon tells the story of Peter Lanza, the father of Adam Lanza, the Sandy Hook Elementary shooter. Read it—it’s moving, brave and just profoundly human and sad....There...

Henry's Demons

by Patrick Cockburn & Henry Cockburn Scribner (February 01, 2011)

On a cold February day two months after his twentieth birthday, Henry Cockburn waded into the Newhaven estuary outside Brighton, England, and nearly drowned. Voices, he said, had urged him to do it. Nearly halfway...

Inside of a Dog

by Alexandra Horowitz Scribner (September 15, 2009)

The bestselling book that asks what dogs know and how they think. The answers will surprise and delight you as Alexandra Horowitz, a cognitive scientist, explains how dogs perceive their daily worlds, each other,...

Tiger's Child

by Torey Hayden Scribner (March 06, 1995)

Special-education teacher Torey Hayden's first book, One Child, was an international bestseller, thrilling readers on every continent. Their hearts were captured by Sheila, a silent, troubled girl who had been...

Demon Camp

by Jennifer Percy Scribner (January 14, 2014)

A “chilling” (O, The Oprah Magazine), “darkly brilliant” (Bookforum) account of “the effects of war on the psyches of the soldiers who fight” (Esquire).

In 2005 a Chinook helicopter carrying sixteen...

A Curious Madness

by Eric Jaffe Scribner (January 14, 2014)

From an “illuminating and entertaining” (The New York Times) young writer, the story that explores the fateful intersection of two men at the Tokyo war crimes trial that followed World War II: a Japanese...


by Greg Donaldson Scribner (August 24, 2010)

Eight years in the making, this edgy, in-depth account follows a black felon’s attempt to find a new life for himself with a white woman in a small-town neighborhood where—as the book’s title implies—such...

The Character Code

by Taylor Hartman Scribner (June 23, 2008)

Develop your character -- and powerfully improve the quality of your life

In The Color Code, Taylor Hartman defined the characteristics of the four basic personality types and assigned a color to each. In this...

Should You Leave?

by Peter D. Kramer Scribner (July 23, 2013)

In his phenomenal bestseller Listening to Prozac, Peter Kramer explored the makeup of the modern self. Now, in his superbly written new book, he focuses his intelligent, compassionate eye on the complexities...

Far From the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity

Wellcome Book Prize 2014, Dayton Literary Peace Prize for Nonfiction 2013, Green Carnation Prize 2013, National Book Critics Circle Award for General Non-fiction 2012

by Andrew Solomon Scribner (November 13, 2012)

From the National Book Award–winning author of The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression comes a monumental new work, a decade in the writing, about family. In Far from the Tree, Andrew Solomon tells the stories...

How to Hold a Grudge

by Sophie Hannah Scribner (January 01, 2019)

The first and only comprehensive examination of the universal but widely misunderstood practice of grudge-holding that will show you how to use grudges to be your happiest, most optimistic, and most forgiving...

Rule Makers, Rule Breakers

by Michele Gelfand Scribner (September 11, 2018)

A celebrated social psychologist offers a radical new perspective on cultural differences that reveals why some countries, cultures, and individuals take rules more seriously and how following the rules influences...

November of the Soul

by George Howe Colt Scribner (February 21, 2006)

Written with the same graceful narrative voice that made his bestselling National Book Award finalist The Big House such a success, George Howe Colt's November of the Soul is a compassionate, compelling, thought-provoking,...

Mind Wide Open

by Steven Johnson Scribner (January 27, 2004)


The Sexual Paradox

by Susan Pinker Scribner (March 11, 2008)

Susan Pinker, psychologist and award-winning columnist, has written a groundbreaking and controversial book that reveals why learning and behavioral gaps between boys and girls in the classroom are reversed...

Animals in Translation

by Temple Grandin & Catherine Johnson Scribner (August 11, 2009)

In this exciting new e edition, Temple Grandin returns to her groundbreaking work, Animals in Translation, to address the last ten years of developments in behavioral research, animal welfare, and farming regulations....

The Infinite Gift

by Charles Yang Scribner (June 27, 2006)

A child's very first word is a miraculous sound, the opening note in a lifelong symphony. Most parents never forget the moment. But that first word is soon followed by a second and a third, and by the age of...

Anyone You Want Me to Be

by John E. Douglas & Stephen Singular Scribner (May 20, 2003)


In Olathe,...

You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?!

by Peggy Ramundo, Kate Kelly & Edward M. Hallowell Scribner (April 25, 2006)

An updated edition of the classic self-help book for people with Attention Deficit Disorder!

With over a quarter million copies in print, You Mean I'm Not Lazy, Stupid or Crazy?! is one of the bestselling books...

Black Pain

by Terrie M. Williams Scribner (January 08, 2008)

Terrie Williams knows that Black people are hurting. She knows because she's one of them.

Terrie had made it: she had launched her own public relations company with such clients as Eddie Murphy and Johnnie...

The Thoughtful Dresser

by Linda Grant Scribner (April 20, 2010)

“You can’t have depths without surfaces,” says Linda Grant in her lively and provocative new book, The thoughtful Dresser, a thinking woman’s guide to what we wear. For centuries, an interest in clothes...

Working It Through

by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Scribner (August 02, 2011)

The companion guide to Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's famous workshops on death and dying

This remarkable guide to coping with death and dying grew out of Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's realization that she could help...

Will Our Love Last?

by Sam R. Hamburg Scribner (March 17, 2001)

Am I with the right person?

Will our love last?

Men and women in love are haunted by these questions. Love -- especially why it blossoms in relationships and why it later dies -- is a mystery to them. Will...

The People Code

by Taylor Hartman Scribner (September 18, 2007)

In his life-changing book, Dr. Taylor Hartman introduces you to the People Code and why people do what they do. The concept of Motive is a fresh method for analyzing your own innate personality as well as that...

Being a Dog

by Alexandra Horowitz Scribner (October 04, 2016)

From the #1 bestselling author of Inside of a Dog—“an incredible journey into the olfactory world of man’s best friend” (O, The Oprah Magazine), Alexandra Horowitz’s follow-up to her New York Times...

How to Talk so Little Kids Will Listen

by Joanna Faber & Julie King Scribner (January 10, 2017)

Over 100,000 copies in print!

A must-have guide for anyone who lives or works with young kids, with an introduction by Adele Faber, coauthor of How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk, the...

The Noonday Demon

National Book Award for Non-Fiction 2001

by Andrew Solomon Scribner (November 16, 2011)

With uncommon humanity, candor, wit, and erudition, award-winning author Andrew Solomon takes the reader on a journey of incomparable range and resonance into the most pervasive of family secrets. His contribution...

The Cases That Haunt Us

by Mark Olshaker & John E. Douglas Scribner (January 23, 2001)

America's foremost expert on criminal profiling provides his uniquely gripping analysis of seven of the most notorious murder cases in the history of crime -- from the Whitechapel murders to JonBenet Ramsey...

The Anatomy Of Motive

by John E. Douglas & Mark Olshaker Scribner (August 11, 1999)


In this eagerly anticipated new book from the international bestselling authors of Mindhunter, Journey into Darkness, and Obsession, legendary crime fighter John Douglas explores the root of all crime...

Questions and Answers on Death and Dying

by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Scribner (July 26, 2011)

On Death and Dying is one of the most important books ever written on the subject and is still considered the bench-mark in the care of the dying. It became an immediate bestseller, and Life magazine called...

Raising Human Beings

by Ross W. Greene Scribner (August 09, 2016)

Renowned child psychologist and New York Times bestselling author of Lost at School and The Explosive Child explains how to cultivate a better parent-child relationship while also nurturing empathy, honesty,...

ADHD Nation

by Alan Schwarz Scribner (September 06, 2016)

The groundbreaking account of the widespread misdiagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder—and how its unchecked growth has made ADHD one of the most controversial conditions in medicine, with serious...

Living with Death and Dying

by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Scribner (July 19, 2011)

In this compassionate and moving guide to communicating with the terminally ill, Dr. Elisabeth Küebler-Ross, the world's foremost expert on death and dying, shares her tools for understanding how the dying...


by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Scribner (July 19, 2011)


"None of us is so unique as to be exempt from the human condition."

As the numbers of reported AIDS cases continue to climb, and the disease continues to take more and more lives, those who have to deal with...


by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Scribner (August 02, 2011)

Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, whose books on death and dying have sold in the millions, now offers an extraordinary visual record of her work. Through the brilliant photographs of Mal Warshaw, To Live Until We...

On Children and Death

by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Scribner (July 26, 2011)

On Children and Death is a major addition to the classic works of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, whose On Death and Dying and Living with Death and Dying have been continuing sources of strength and solace for tens...

On Death and Dying

by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Scribner (July 26, 2011)

One of the most important psychological studies of the late twentieth century, On Death and Dying grew out of Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's famous interdisciplinary seminar on death, life, and transition. In...

The Magic Years

by Selma H. Fraiberg & T. Berry Brazelton Scribner (May 05, 2015)

A pioneering work on early childhood development that is as relevant today as when it was first published 60 years ago.

To a small child, the world is an exciting but sometimes frightening and unstable place....


by John McQuaid Scribner (January 13, 2015)

“A fascinating blend of culinary history and the science of taste” (Publishers Weekly, starred review), from the first bite taken by our ancestors to ongoing scientific advances in taste and today’s “foodie”...

How Can I Get Through to You?

by Terrence Real Scribner (May 11, 2010)

"What happened to the passion we started with?

Why aren't we as close as we used to be?"

PROBLEM: If you are a woman who is unfulfilled in your marriage...if you feel unheard or overburdened...if you quietly...

Death: The Final Stage

by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Scribner (November 24, 2009)

Ours is a death-denying society. But death is inevitable, and we must face the question of how to deal with it. Coming to terms with our own finiteness helps us discover life's true meaning.

Why do we treat...

Odysseus in America

by Jonathan Shay, Senator Max Cleland & John McCain Scribner (May 11, 2010)

In this ambitious follow-up to Achilles in Vietnam, Dr. Jonathan Shay uses the Odyssey, the story of a soldier's homecoming, to illuminate the pitfalls that trap many veterans on the road back to civilian life....

Achilles in Vietnam

by Jonathan Shay Scribner (May 11, 2010)

An original and groundbreaking book that examines the psychological devastation of war by comparing the soldiers of Homer’s Iliad with Vietnam veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

In this...