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Fiction and nonfiction works including: a wide range of novels; short stories; reportage and belle lettres; tell-all memoirs; and new translations.
The series includes established classics and cult favorites as well as books you've never heard of before. Among the writers you'll find: J.R. Ackerley, Eileen Chang, Mavis Gallant, Vasily Grossman, Richard Hughes, Patrick Leigh Fermor, Georges Simenon, Edith Wharton, and John Wyndham.
Great works of children's literature reissued for a new generation of readers. A few of the authors and illustrators in the series: James Thurber, Marc Simont, T.H. White, E. Nesbit, the d'Aulaires, Robert McCloskey, and Munro Leaf. This series features work by authors such as Larry McMurtry, Russell Baker, Mary McCarthy, Freeman Dyson, and Jonathan Raban. A new poetry series featuring the work of poets from around the world. A new e-book series devoted to publishing contemporary books of literary merit from around the world. News about upcoming issues, contributors, special events, on-line features, and more. A travel books publisher committed to guides that celebrate a sense of place: the authentic, the unique, the small, the historic, and the local. The Little Bookroom is an affiliate of New York Review Books. A collection of practical and delightful objects chosen for those for whom reading is a beloved preoccupation—including quality gifts for children, educational toys, and games for infants through teens. The Reader's Catalog is an affiliate of New York Review Books. Occasional emails with special offers from The New York Review's affiliates and thoughtfully selected companies.

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