- Imagine the Girl in the Painting: Stories of Girls in Art
The cover functions as a frame with a die cut slot for displaying different paintings and a pop-out easel in back.
- The Furry Bedtime Book: Lovey Bear's Story
The story is comforting, even if highly familiar; perhaps its most well-known model is Margaret Wise Brown's The Runaway Bunny.
- MY FAITH SO FAR: A Story of Conversion and Confusion
And he prays incessantly: "My prayers cover the nation, the world.
- Murder in Miniature: The Short Stories of Leo Bruce
Though dated, these stories are perfect for readers capable of covering only a few pages before bedtime.
- Microbes: The Life-Changing Story of Germs
He covers more than 20 in all, notably including killer viruses such as HIV and Ebola (though not the virus that causes Covid-19).
- Queen of Vaudeville: The Story of Eva Tanguay
Every knowable aspect of her biography is covered in impressively researched detail, from her performances as a child star in Holyoke, Mass., to her success as the "I Don't Care" Girl on the vaudeville stage.
- The NHL -- 100 Years in Pictures and Stories
Each entry is two pages at most, perhaps with a relevant sidebar, so nothing is covered in depth, but the book provides a glimpse of each moment in time.
- Lala's Words: A Story of Planting Kindness
“You’re covered in dirt!”
- A Good Talk: The Story and Skill of Conversation
Interview tactics and prepared remarks are covered, along with e-mail embarrassments, dating stratagems, sarcastic barbs, compliments, and interruptions.
- Little Factory [With Contains an Animation of the Story]
Weeks's song (which she sings on an accompanying CD-ROM, tucked into a pocket inside the book's back cover) isn't substantial enough to work as a picture-book text, with its oft-repeated "oh, la-dee-dah" quickly becoming grating.
- Irritable Hearts: A Ptsd Love Story
McClelland (A Twisted Trail) is one of the journalists who comes to Port-au-Prince to cover femicide and hate crimes, and she witnesses "something."
- Stolen Years: Stories of the Wrongfully Imprisoned
Inspired by a wrongful-conviction murder case the New York Post reporter Fenton covered in 2013, he studies the cases of 10 men and women who spent decades in prison before being exonerated.
- Unlikely Destinations: The Lonely Planet Story
This look back at their almost 40-year career divides neatly into thirds, with the first energetically covering their various travels while they get their business off the ground, such as "incidents in Turkey that began ambiguously and ended with gratuitous acts of kindness"; the second frankly
- The Southernization of America: A Story of Democracy in the Balance
Covering the 1970s to the present, the authors track the intertwining of Southern and Republican values and profile key players including Georgia congressman Newt Gingrich, whose “scorched-earth tactics” against Democrats set the tone for animosity between the parties for decades.
- The Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books
He groups his selections into 24 chapters that cover numerous aspects of the literature—the great detectives, the fair-play mystery (epitomized by Ronald Knox’s The Body in the Silo), the miraculous or locked-room mystery (a specialty of John Dickson Carr), country house and manor murder my