• A Lady Has the Floor: Belva Lockwood Speaks Out for Women’s Rights
      written by Kate Hannigan, illustrated by Alison Jay
      $17.95
      Air Date/Time March 6, 1 pm (Central)
      1st ed., 32 pages, hardcover

      A Lady Has the Floor: Belva Lockwood Speaks Out for Women’s Rights
      American history for ages 7-10, grades 2-5, exile measure 780.

      Activist Belva Lockwood never stopped asking herself the question: Are women not worth the same as men? She had big dreams and didn’t let anyone stand in her way–not...Learn More

    • Tiny and the Big Dig
      written by Sherri Duskey Rinker, illustrated by Matt Myers
      $16.99
      Air Date/Time March 1, 5:30pm (Central)
      1st ed., 32 pages, hardcover

      Tiny and the Big Dig
      The newest bedtime story for ages 3-5 from New York Times Best Selling author Sherri Duskey Rinker.

      Sniff! Sniff-sniff!

      I smell a bone. A bone that’s BIG.

      I’ll get it out, I’ll dig and dig.

      A big, BIG bone! I know it’s there!

      It will take work, but I don’t care!

      Tiny...Learn More

    • A Princess in Theory
      by Alyssa Cole
      $7.99
      Air Date/Time: February 27, 5:00pm (Central)
      384, paperback

      Between grad school and multiple jobs, Naledi Smith doesn’t have time for fairy tales… or patience for the constant e-mails claiming she’s betrothed to an African prince. Sure. Right. Delete! As a former foster kid, she’s learned that the only things she can depend on are herself and the scientific method, and a silly e-mail won’t convince her otherwise.

      Prince Thabiso is the sole heir to the throne of Thesolo, shouldering...Learn More

    • The Girls In The Picture
      by Melanie Benjamin
      $28.00
      Air Date/Time: February 22, 3:00pm (Central)
      448p, hardcover

      It is 1914, and twenty-five-year-old Frances Marion has left her (second) husband and her Northern California home for the lure of Los Angeles, where she is determined to live independently as an artist. But the word on everyone’s lips these days is “flickers”—the silent moving pictures enthralling theatergoers. Turn any corner in this burgeoning town and you’ll find made-up actors running around, as a movie camera captures it all.

      In...Learn More

    • My Last Love Story
      By Falguni Kothari
      $15.99
      Air Date/Time February 17, 3pm (Central)
      1st ed., 304 p., paperback

      “At once heartbreaking, delightful, and completely unexpected. A must-read!” —Sonali Dev, award-winning author of The Bollywood Bride

      “Promise me you’ll learn to cuss, learn to love again. Live again. Promise me you won’t give up on each other.”

      Simi Desai is thirty years old and her husband is dying of cancer. He has two last wishes in his final months: first, that she’ll have his baby so...Learn More

    • This Infernal War: The Civil War Letters of William and Jane Standard
      edited by Timothy Mason Roberts
      $38.95
      Air Date/Time February 2, 3 PM (Central)
      1st ed., 376., hardcover

      The anti-war love letters of a Copperhead soldier and his wife…

      Among collections of letters written between American soldiers and their spouses, the Civil War correspondence of William and Jane Standard stands out for conveying the complexity of the motives and experiences of Union soldiers and their families. The Standards – of Lewiston in Fulton County,...Learn More

    • A Distant Heart
      By Sonali Dev
      $15.95
      Air Date/Time January 24, 5:30pm (Central)
      1st ed., 352 p., paperback

      Her name means “miracle” in Sanskrit, and to her parents, that’s exactly what Kimaya is. The first baby to survive after several miscarriages, Kimi grows up in a mansion at the top of Mumbai’s Pali Hill, surrounded by love and privilege. But at eleven years old, she develops a rare illness that requires her to be confined to a germ-free ivory tower in her home, with only the...Learn More

    • The Story of Arthur Truluv
      By Elizabeth Berg
      $26.00
      Air Date/Time January 18, 2pm (Central)
      1st ed., 240 p., hardcover

      “I dare you to read this novel and not fall in love with Arthur Truluv. His story will make you laugh and cry, and will show you a love that never ends, and what it means to be truly human.”—Fannie Flagg

      An emotionally powerful novel about three people who each lose the one they love most, only to find second chances where they least expect them

      ...Learn More
    • The Widows of Malabar Hill
      by Sujata Massey
      $26.95
      Air Date/Time: January 10, 3:30pm (Central)
      400p, hardcover

      1920s India: Perveen Mistry, Bombay’s first female lawyer, is investigating a suspicious will on behalf of three Muslim widows… when the case takes a turn toward the murderous.

      The author of the Agatha and Macavity Award-winning Rei Shimura novels brings us an atmospheric new historical mystery with a captivating heroine. 

      Inspired in part by the woman who made history as India’s first female attorney, The Widows of Malabar Hill is...Learn More

    • Now That You Mention It: A Novel
      by Kristan Higgins
      $15.99
      Air Date/Time: January 10, 2pm (Central)
      400p, hardcover

      New York Times bestselling author Kristan Higgins welcomes you home in this witty, emotionally charged novel about the complications of life, love and family.

      One step forward. Two steps back. The Tufts scholarship that put Nora Stuart on the path to becoming a Boston medical specialist was a step forward. Being hit by a car and then overhearing her boyfriend hit on another doctor when she thought...Learn More

    • Blood Run: Emma Caldridge Series
      By Jamie Freveletti
      $16.00
      Air Date/Time November 15,  3pm (Central)
      1st ed., 360 pages, paperback

      Biochemist Emma Caldridge joins Jackson Rand, pharmaceutical CEO, on a humanitarian mission to deliver vaccines to remote villages in Africa. But after narrowly escaping a crew of trained assassins, Emma realizes that there is more to this mission than she anticipated. Rand is keeping secrets from her, information that could cost both of them their lives…not to mention millions more.

      After its eradication nearly forty years ago,...Learn More

    • Caroline: Little House. Revisited
      By Sarah Miller
      $25.99
      Air Date/Time December 12, 2:30pm (Central)
      1st ed., 384 p., hardcover

      In this novel authorized by Little House Heritage Trust, Sarah Miller vividly recreates the beauty, hardship, and joys of the frontier in a dazzling work of historical fiction, a captivating story that illuminates one courageous, resilient, and loving pioneer woman as never before–Caroline Ingalls, “Ma” in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s beloved Little House books.
      In the frigid days of February, 1870, Caroline Ingalls and her family leave the familiar comforts...Learn More

    • Under the Crescent Moon with the XI Corps in the Civil War. Col 1: From the Defenses of Washington to Chancellorsville, 1862-63
      by James S. Pula
      $34.95
      Air Date/Time December 1, noon CST
      1st ed., 312, hardcover

      The XI Corps served in the Army of the Potomac for just twelve months (September 1862-August 1863), during which it played a pivotal role in the critical battles of Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Thereafter, the corps hastened westward to reinforce a Union army in besieged Chattanooga, and marched through brutal December...Learn More

    • Bless Her Heart (an Ellery Novel)
      By Sally Kilpatrick
      $15.00
      Air Date/Time December 5, 2 pm CST
      1st ed., paperback, 352 p.

      On the day Posey Love discovers that her born-again husband has been ministering to some of his flock a little too eagerly, she also learns that he’s left her broke and homeless. Posey married Chad ten years ago in hopes of finding the stability her hippie mother couldn’t provide. Instead she got all the trappings of security—house, car, seemingly respectable husband—at the price...Learn More

    • White Like Her: My Family’s Story of Race and Racial Passing
      By Gail Lukasik
      $22.99
      Air Date/Time December 8, 3 pm CST
      1st ed., hardcover, 316 p.

      Gail’s journey of self-discovery and redemption begins with her appearance on PBS Genealogy Roadshow. Introducing herself with the words “I’m a mystery author who’s never been able to solve my own family mystery”, she learns in a very public way the very private history her mother kept secret.

      In the historical context of the Jim Crow South, Gail explores her mother’s...Learn More

    • Funding Feminism:
      Monied Women, Philanthropy, and the Women’s Movement, 1870–1967
      by Joan Marie Johnson
      $39.95
      Air Date/Time: December 9, 12pm (Central)
      320 pages, hardcover

      How did a group of affluent white women beginning in the late nineteenth through the mid-twentieth centuries advance the status of all women? Through acts of philanthropy. This cadre of activists included Phoebe Hearst, the mother of William Randolph Hearst; Grace Dodge, granddaughter of Wall Street “Merchant Prince” William Earle Dodge; and Ava Belmont, who married into the Vanderbilt family fortune.

      Motivated by their...Learn More

    • Identity Unknown: Rediscovering Seven American Women Artists
      By Donna Seaman
      $35.00
      Air Date/Time December 1, 2:00pm (Central)
      1st ed., 480 p., hardcover

      Who hasn’t wondered where – aside from Georgia O’Keeffe and Frida Kahlo – all the women artists are? In many art books, they’ve been marginalized with cold efficiency, summarily dismissed in the captions of group photographs with the phrase “identity unknown” while each male is named.

      Donna Seaman brings to dazzling life seven of these forgotten artists, among the best of their day: Gertrude Abercrombie, with her...Learn More

    • Making an Anti-Slavery Nation

      Making an Anti-Slavery Nation: Lincoln, Douglas and the
      Battle Over Freedom
      by Graham Peck
      $34.95
      Air Date/Time November 11, 12 Noon (Central)
      1st ed., 288p., cloth

      This sweeping narrative presents an original and compelling explanation for the triumph of the antislavery movement in the United States prior to the Civil War.

      Abraham Lincoln’s election as the first antislavery president was hardly preordained. From the country’s inception, Americans had struggled to define slavery’s relationship to freedom. Most Northerners supported abolition in the North but...Learn More

    • Divided on D-Day

      Divided on D-Day:
      How Conflicts and Rivalries Jeopardized the
      Allied Victory at Normandy
      By Ed Gordon &  David Ramsay
      $26.00
      Air Date/Time: November 9, 5pm (Central)
      1st ed., 461p., cloth

      In anticipation of the 75th anniversary of D-Day comes this fresh perspective on the Normandy invasion — -the beginning of the end of World War II. The book highlights the conflicting egos, national rivalries, and professional abilities of the principal D-Day commanders who planned and executed the OVERLORD Operation and its...Learn More

    • Macrame Murder (A Cora Crafts Mystery)
      By Mollie Cox Bryan
      $7.99
      Air Date/Time November 9, 2pm (Central)
      1st ed., paperback, 352 p.

      “The perfect weekend getaway: crafting, food and a murder or two!” —New York Times bestselling author Lynn Cahoon

      As the head of a bustling crafting retreat, Cora Chevalier could use a break of her own. So she and her creative cohorts temporarily swap small-town Indigo Gap for the Sea Glass Island Craft Retreat, where they teach classes and create beachy crafts like shell mosaics and sea...Learn More