DEL-New York Review Children'sCollection
The NYRB Classics series reintroduces some of the many remarkable books that have fallen out of print, or simply out of sight, in recent years. The New York Times has called The New York Review of Books "the country's most successful intellectual journal." According to the Times, "The secret of its success is this: its editors' ability to get remarkable writers and thinkers, many of them specialists in their fields, to write lucidly for lay readers on an enormous range of complex, scholarly and newly emerging subjects, issues and ideas." Now some of the finest writing in science, philosophy, history, politics, and literature from the Review's contributors can be found in the titles published by New York Review Collections. This series includes both volumes of essays by distinguished writers, such as Larry McMurtry's Sacagawea's Nickname, Russell Baker's Looking Back, and Richard Lewontin's It Ain't Necessarily So, as well as compilations of essays by a number of writers, such as India: A Mosaic, Hidden Histories of Science, and Striking Terror: America's New War.
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|Contact Information:||Mr. Michael Shae|
|Contact Information:||Mr. Edwin Frank|
Editorial Director-NYRB Classics