It's that time again, and once again it was hard to whittle it down to a dozen so I "threw in" an extra bun.
Me, I can't believe there's a math book on the list. And we have some fiction this year as well!
To End All Wars, Adam Hochschild (nonfiction, World War I history, Barnes & Noble purchase)
Abraham Lincoln in the Kitchen: a Culinary View of Lincoln's Life and Times, Rae Katherine Eighmey (nonfiction, historical cookbook, Amazon Vine offering)
Stuff Matters, Mark Miodownik (nonfiction, science, Amazon Vine offering)
Doctor Who: The Vault, Marcus Hearn (nonfiction, media, Amazon purchase)
The Victorian City, Judith Flanders (nonfiction, 19th century history, Barnes & Noble purchase)
Shadow of Night, Deborah Harkness (fiction, Discovery of Witches sequel, Barnes & Noble purchase)
Essays of E.B. White, E.B. White (nonfiction, essays, Barnes & Noble purchase)
Queen Victoria's Book of Spells, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling (fiction, fantasy anthology, Barnes & Noble purchase)
1941, William K. Klingaman (nonfiction, World War II history, Barnes & Noble purchase)
Chicks Unravel Time, edited by Deborah Stanish and LM Myles (nonfiction, media essays on Doctor Who, Amazon purchase)
Here's Looking at Euclid, Alex Bellos (nonfiction, mathematics, Barnes & Noble purchase)
The Rocketeer: Jet-Pack Adventures, Jeff Conner and Tom Waltz (fiction, science fiction/fantasy, Amazon purchase)
Rudolph!, Mark Teppo (fiction, fantasy, Books-a-Million purchase)