Posted on 08/26/2021 at 12:36 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Need an excuse to buy more print books? We have two for you.

McNally Jackson announced this morning that it was launching a new paperback reprint series “devoted to hidden gems,” according to a press release.

The first six titles in the McNally Editions set are Winter Love, by Han Suyin; Daddy’s Gone A-Hunting, by Penelope Mortimer; Something To Do With Paying Attention, by David Foster Wallace; They, by Kay Dick; Troy Chimneys, by Margaret Kennedy; and The Murderer, by Roy Heath.

And from Penguin Classics, we have a “new canon” of environmental literature, comprising twenty short books previously published.

The Green Ideas series includes No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference, by Greta Thunberg; Hot Money, by Naomi Klein; and Think Like A Mountain, by Aldo Leopold.

The Guardian has cover images for the Green Ideas book series and comments from some of the parties involved.

Categories: Today in Books

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