Books published by Penguin

Bake, Mice, Bake!

Penguin Young Readers | February 16, 2012 | 32 pages
Mice spend a very busy day at Cakes and More baking cakes, pies, tarts, rolls and doughnut holes for their animal customers. Original.  More Info

The Emergency State

Penguin Press HC | February 16, 2012 | 359 pages
Provides an analysis of the United States government's narrow-minded focus on security in the years since World War II and how it has become huge, unwieldy, and a detriment to democracy and the economy.  More Info

Thinking the Twentieth Century

Penguin Press | February 2, 2012 | 432 pages
Offers a narrative of the United States' history during the past 100 years, not by discussing the events, but by discussing ideas, and highlighting the thoughts and thinkers that helped shape the century. 75,000 first printing.  More Info

Going Solo

Penguin Press HC | February 2, 2012 | 273 pages
A sociologist explores the demographic rise in people who are living alone, including interviews with young professionals, middle-aged singles, the divorced and the elderly and discovers that they are more engaged in social and civic life than their married counterparts. 25,000 first printing.  More Info

Food Rules

Penguin Press | November 1, 2011 | 203 pages
Presents a set of rules for eating wisely in accordance with a variety of ethnic and cultural traditions, sharing guidelines for making grocery choices and dining out.  More Info

Tinderbox

Penguin Pr | March 1, 2012 | 432 pages
A Washington Post reporter and Harvard AIDS researcher traces the origins of HIV to colonial Africa and the multibillion-dollar war on AIDS to outline recommendations for how to fight the epidemic today, identifying Western and cultural factors that the authors believe are preventing effective... More Info

What Are Universities For?

Penguin | February 23, 2012 | 240 pages
Across the world, universities are more numerous than they have ever been, yet at the same time there is unprecedented confusion about their purpose and scepticism about their value. What Are Universities For? offers a spirited and compelling argument for completely rethinking the way we see our... More Info

The Making of the English Working Class

Penguin | August 20, 1991 | 958 pages

Dark Days

Penguin Group Canada | August 26, 2008 | 460 pages
Kerry Pither Penguin; Aug 2008 Hardcover; 304 pages 978-0-670-06853-1 QUESTIONED. SHADOWED. IMPRISONED ABROAD. ISOLATED. INTERROGATED. TORTURED. RELEASED WITHOUT CHARGE. That’s what happened to FOUR CANADIAN MUSLIM MEN accused of terrorist links. One of them, Maher Arar has been fully exonerated... More Info

Canadians

Penguin Global | September 2, 2008 | 344 pages
Who are we? In Canadians, one of Canada's most intelligent and beloved writers maps our national psyche in a wonderful and ambitious work. Canadians is an entertaining portrait of this country and its people, through its history, popular culture, literature, sport, landscape, and weather. In his... More Info

Apples to Oysters

Penguin Group Canada | April 4, 2008 | 272 pages
On this passionate, cross-Canada odyssey, Margaret Webb introduces readers to 12 great farmers or, as she calls them, chefs of the soil and the sea, tractor-seat philosophers, poet biologists, thingamajig inventors, and zealous educators. Her stories of the challenges they face growing good food... More Info

A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian

Penguin Group USA | March 28, 2006 | 294 pages
Japanese edition of A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian. Two sisters attempt to stop their wealthy widowed father from marring a big-breasted girl trying to get an easy luxurious life, and along the way make new discoveries about their lives. In Japanese. Distributed by Tsai Fong Books, Inc.  More Info

In Defense of Food

Penguin Pr | August 20, 2018 | 244 pages
The best-selling author of The Omnivore's Dilemma cites the reasons why people have become so confused about their dietary choices, counseling readers on the importance of enjoyable moderate eating of mostly traditional plant foods. 200,000 first printing.  More Info

A short history of financial euphoria

Penguin Group USA | July 1, 1994 | 113 pages
World-renowned economist Galbraith, the bestselling author of The Affluent Society, reviews great speculative booms of the last three centuries, including the junk-bond follies of the 1980s. With wisdom and wit, he shows how the lessons of history can help us avoid financial calamity. "Entertaining... More Info

Through black spruce

Penguin Group Canada | September 9, 2008 | 360 pages
From internationally acclaimed author Joseph Boyden comes an astonishingly powerful novel of contemporary aboriginal life, full of the dangers and harsh beauty of both forest and city. When beautiful Suzanne Bird disappears, her sister Annie, a loner and hunter, is compelled to search for her,... More Info

Street Gang

Penguin Group USA | October 27, 2009 | 379 pages
Traces the story of the landmark children's television show, from its origins at a dinner party by co-founder Joan Ganz Cooney and the creative achievements of Jim Henson to the Nixon administration's efforts to stop its funding and the advent of Elmo.  More Info

Tommy Douglas

Penguin Global | December 14, 2011 | 204 pages
Vincent Lam Penguin 2011 Hardcover, 235 pages 9780670068517 Once voted the Greatest Canadian of all time and known as the Father  More Info

Cheap

Penguin Press HC | July 30, 2009 | 296 pages
An Atlantic correspondent evaluates America's penchant for making and buying cheap products while assessing the true economic, political, and psychological costs of such goods, in a report that argues that a focus on low prices is promoting negative practices.  More Info

Moonwalking With Einstein

Penguin Press HC | March 3, 2011 | 307 pages
Citing costly memory-related inconveniences suffered by average individuals, a science journalist chronicles his own struggles with chronic forgetfulness and his life-changing year in memory training, in a guide that shares historical lore and ancient memory techniques.  More Info

Welcome to the Urban Revolution

Penguin Group Canada | May 12, 2009 | 342 pages
In "Welcome to the Urban Revolution", internationally recognized urbanist Jeb Brugmann turns traditional thinking about globalization on its head to show that the city isn't a backdrop to global change; it is a central driver of change - political, economic, social, and environmental. This powerful... More Info

Nineteen Eighty-Four. Anniversary Edition

Penguin Classics | July 6, 2009 | 355 pages
First published in 1949, George Orwell's 1984 has lost none of its impact and vision with which it first hit readers.Winston Smith works for the Ministry of Truth in London, chief city of Airstrip One. Big Brother stares out from every poster, the Thought Police uncover every act of betrayal. When... More Info

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