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New Nonfiction: February 2015

February’s nonfiction includes books about business, heath & personal development, art and more. Additionally, New York Times money columnist Rob Lieber brings us his new book about discussing money with children, and Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon is set to release her new autobiography. Which nonfiction books are you excited to read this month?

Red Notice by Bill Browder

The true-story of an American financer in Russia reads like a thriller after he exposed corrupt oligarchs and was expelled from Russia.
Credit: Simon & Schuster 

Release Date: February 3

The Opposite of Spoiled by Ron Lieber

Ron Lieber’s new book explains why it’s important for parents to discuss money with their kids from an early age, helping them to become grounded and responsible young adults.
Credit: Simon & Schuster
Release Date: February 3

The Fringe Hours by Jessica M. Turn

Founder of the lifestyle blog The Mom Creative, Turner aims to find women extra pockets of time to devote to themselves throughout the day.

Credit: Baker Publishing Group

Release Date: February 17

Art Before Breakfast by Danny Gregory

Artist Danny Gregory offers this unique guide full of 5-10 minute art exercises for people to find time in the day for a bit of inspiration.
Credit: Chronicle Books

Release Date: February 17

The Monopolists by Mary Pilon

The true story of how Monopoly came to be examines how the game was shifted and the influence of corporate greed.
Credit: Bloomsbury

Release Date: February 17

Effortless Healing by Joseph Mercola

Dr. Joseph Mercola’s new book gives his unique health tips to allow your body to “fix itself” naturally.
Credit: Random House

Release Date: February 24

Inspiralized by Ali Maffucci

The blog-turned-cookbook is dedicated to making healthy meals with a spiralizer. Ali Maffucci’s unique take on healthy eating includes a 4-week dinner plan and shopping list.
Credit: Ali Maffucci

Release Date: February 24

The Fear Cure by Lissa Rankin

Lissa Rankin discusses how fear can become a serious health concern and teaches readers how to eliminate it from their lives.
Credit: Lissa Rankin

Release Date: February 24

Girl in a Band by Kim Gordon

Kim Gordon details Sonic Youth’s rise and fall in her new autobiography.
Credit: Harper Collins

Release Date: February 24

Irritable Hearts by Mac McClelland

McClelland’s book is part love story, part healing journey, as she tries to overcome her PTSD after reporting on the devastating Haitian earthquake in 2010.
Credit: Macmillan

Release Date: February 24