Daphne Scholinski with Jane Meredith Adams
THE LAST TImE I WOrE A drESS
“A gripping account of her sojourn in the looking-glass world of psychiatric institutions... The voice
of Daphne’s teenage self—bewildered, frank,
aching and defiant—is so vivid it’s like hearing
a confidence whispered across a dormitory
room deep in the night.”—Harper’s Bazaar.
Riverhead 224 pp. 978-1-57322-696-7 $14.00
David Strah and Susanna Margolis
This book compiles personal accounts from
men describing their unique journeys to fatherhood and the struggles and successes they have
experienced as they raise their children.
Tarcher 288 pp. 978-1-58542-333-0 $14.95
Brené Brown, Ph.D. L.M.S. W.
f I THOUGHT IT WAS JUST mE
Women reclaiming Power and Courage
in a Culture of Shame
“An urgent and compelling invitation to examine our struggles with shame....Grounded in
exceptional scholarship and filled with inspiring stories, this is one of those rare books that
has the potential to turn lives around.”—
Harriet Lerner, Ph.D. “This important and
hopeful book offers a bold new perspective on
the power of telling our stories.”—Professor
Gotham 336 pp. 978-1-592-40263-2 $26.00
f THE GIrLS WHO WEn T AWAY
The Hidden History of Women
Who Surrendered Children for Adoption
in the decades Before roe v. Wade
Brings to life these women’s voices and the spirit
of the time, allowing each to share her experience in gripping and intimate detail.
“Demonstrates...how good intentions can produce disastrous outcomes....A remarkably
well-researched and accomplished book.”— The
New York Times Book Review.
Penguin Press 352 pp. 978-1-59420-094-6 $24.95
Penguin 352 pp. 978-0-14-303897-9 $15.00
Penguin available July 2007
Tina Tessina, Ph.D.
How to Find Them, How to Improve
Them, How to make Them Last
Tarcher 240 pp. 978-0-87477-566-2 $14.95
Alice D. Domar, Ph.D. and Henry Dreher
Learning to Care for Yourself as Effecively
as You Care for Everyone Else
Penguin 320 pp. 978-0-14-029846-8 $15.00
STrAnGEr AT THE GATE
To Be Gay and Christian in America
New Epilogue by the Author
“A powerful and compelling witness. This
autobiography will do enormous good and may
even save a lot of lives.”—John McNeil, author
of The Church and the Homosexual. Photographs.
Plume 352 pp. 978-0-452-27381-8 $17.00
Luise Eichenbaum and Susie Orbach
f BETWEEn WOmEn
Love, Envy and Competition
in Women’s Friendships
As women today pursue new professional and
personal goals, they often find that the support
they need from their women friends has been
undermined by feelings of envy, competition,
and anger. “A well-written, easy-to-read
account of the sticky dilemmas facing women
today.”—The New York Times Book Review.
Penguin 240 pp. 978-0-14-008980-6 $15.00
SEX On THE BrAIn
The Biological differences
Between men and Women
“Blum uses tact, intelligence, and humor
to enliven her journey through the political
and scientific minefield of sex differences.”
Penguin 352 pp. 978-0-14-026348-0 $15.00
See also Ghost Hunters, page 40
SHE WInS, YOU WIn
The most Important Strategies
for making Women more Powerful
“Evans breaks down the mysteries of networking, laying out the unwritten rules of
work-place success that have eluded women
for too long. Finally, a book that explains how
to go from good to great at the office!"—Rachel
Simmons, author of Odd Girl Out.
Gotham 192 pp. 978-1-592-40059-1 $14.00
James Garbarino Ph.D.
f SEE JAnE HIT
Why Girls Are Growing more Violent
and What We Can do About It
Garbarino traces the factors—many of them
essentially positive—behind the explosion of
violent behavior in girls and outlines a compassionate solution. “This is a must read for
everyone concerned with the development of
adolescent girls, their social behavior, and their
sexuality.”—Joan Jacobs Brumberg, author of
The Body Project.
Penguin Press 352 pp. 978-1-59420-075-5 $25.95
Penguin 304 pp. 978-0-14-303868-9 $15.00
Joan Borysenko, Ph.D.
A WOmAn’S BOOK OF LIFE
The Biology, Psychology, and
Spirituality of the Feminine
“A holistic approach to what’s right about being
a woman...intriguing, provocative.”—Booklist.
Riverhead 320 pp. 978-1-57322-651-6 $16.00
See also A Woman’s Journey to God, page 31
Helene G. Brenner, Ph.D.
I KnOW I’m In THErE SOmEWHErE
“A rich, practical guide.”—Dana Crowley Jack,
author of Silencing the Self: Women and
Depression. Based on her work with over a
thousand women, Brenner explores women’s
impulse to accommodate, adapt, and mold
themselves to serve others at their own
Gotham 272 pp. 978-1-592-40060-7 $14.00
f EAT, PrAY, LOVE
One Woman’s Search for Everything
Across Italy, India and Indonesia
Gilbert tells how she chose to leave behind the
trappings of modern American success and
find what she truly wanted from life. She set
out on a yearlong journey, with the goal of visiting three places where she could examine one
aspect of her own nature set against the backdrop of a culture that has traditionally done
that one thing very well. “A wonderful book,
brilliant and personal, rich in spiritual
Penguin 352 pp. 978-0-14-303841-2 $15.00
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Warren Farrell, Ph.D.
f THE m YTH OF mALE POWEr
Farrell questions the image of male-as-oppres-sor, arguing that this misconception has
hindered not only men, but women as well.
“As groundbreaking and provocative as The
Feminine Mystique was decades ago.”—Carol
Cassell, Ph.D., author of Tender Bargaining.
Berkley 448 pp. 978-0-425-18144-7 $14.00
THE LAST AmErICAn mAn
Gilbert explores the true story of Eustace
Conway, who at the age of seventeen, left his
family’s suburban home to move to the
Appalachian Mountains. For more than two
decades he has lived there, making fire with
sticks, wearing skins from animals, and trying
to convince Americans to give up their materi-alistic lifestyles and return with him back to
nature. “The finest examination of American
masculinity and wilderness since Jon
Krakauer’s Into the Wild.”—Outside.
Penguin 288 pp. 978-0-14-200283-4 $15.00
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