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April 21, 2024
#1  (Last week: 1)
The Anxious Generation
by Jonathan Haidt

A co-author of "The Coddling of the American Mind" looks at the mental health impacts that a phone-based life has on children.

#2  (Last week: 2)
Age of Revolutions
by Fareed Zakaria

The CNN host draws out lessons for the present polarized era from the 17th-century Netherlands, the French Revolution and the Industrial Revolution.

#3  (Last week: 8)
The Wager
by David Grann

The survivors of a shipwrecked British vessel on a secret mission during an imperial war with Spain have different accounts of events.

#4  (Last week: new)
The False White Gospel
by Jim Wallis

The author of "God's Politics" shares his perspectives on White Christian Nationalism and examines ideas found within iconic texts on the meaning of biblical faith.

#5  (Last week: new)
Never Leave the Dogs Behind
by Brianna Madia

The author of "Nowhere for Very Long" chronicles her time after a divorce when she was living with four dogs in a trailer in the Southwest desert.

#6  (Last week: 6)
I'm Glad My Mom Died
by Jennette McCurdy

The actress and filmmaker describes her eating disorders and difficult relationship with her mother.

#7  (Last week: 9)
by Peter Attia with Bill Gifford

A look at recent scientific research on aging and longevity.

#8  (Last week: 3)
Get It Together
by Jesse Watters

The Fox News host gives his take on some people whose political views differ from the ones to which he subscribes.

#9  (Last week: new)
by Ethan Mollick

A professor of management at Wharton prescribes ways to collaborate with artificial intelligence.

#10  (Last week: 10)
Nuclear War
by Annie Jacobsen

The author of "Operation Paperclip" portrays possible outcomes in the minutes following a nuclear missile launch.

#11  (Last week: new)
by Patric Gagne

Gagne, who was diagnosed as a sociopath when she was in college, reconnects with someone from her past who helps her chart her future.

#12  (Last week: new)
Rebel Rising
by Rebel Wilson

The comedic actress shares impactful experiences from her childhood in Australia to more recent obstacles in life.

#13  (Last week: 4)
Becky Lynch: The Man
by Rebecca Quin

The WWE star describes her journey from her Catholic upbringing in Ireland to her success in the wrestling ring.

#14  (Last week: 11)
Blood Money
by Peter Schweizer

The author of "Red-Handed" depicts a scheme involving the Chinese Communist Party's covert operations in America.

#15  (Last week: new)
Oath and Honor
by Liz Cheney

The former congresswoman from Wyoming recounts how she helped lead the Select Committee to Investigate the Jan. 6. Attack on the United States Capitol.