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The most interesting nonfiction books of fall 2018

Several nonfiction heavyweights have new titles coming out in autumn.

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Reader, Come Home: The Reading Brain in a Digital World by Maryanne Wolf

Though Reader, Come Home is technically already on bookstore shelves, we’re including it on our fall list because it was released so late in the summer. But what writer wouldn’t be interested to learn how readers’ brains have changed with technology? Wolf chooses to frame her deeply researched yet accessible book in a series of letters to her readers. In a starred review, Library Journal calls Wolf’s book “a hopeful look at the future of reading that will resonate with those who worry that we are losing our ability to think in the digital age.”

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