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Twelve and a Half: Leveraging the Emotional Ingredients Necessary for Business Success

by Gary Vaynerchuk

In his sixth business book, bestselling author, entrepreneur, and investor Gary Vaynerchuk explores the twelve essential emotional skills that are integral to his life—and business—success. Order your copy today!

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The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present (Two-Volume Set) (B&N Book of the Year)

by Paul McCartney

The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present (Two-Volume Set) (B&N Book of the Year)

by Paul McCartney

This two-volume set is a masterpiece inside and out. Filled with McCartney’s commentary, personal photos, and lyrics from his most meaningful songs, it is an essential addition to any fan's library and the Barnes & Noble Book of the Year for 2021.

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Explore our picks for the Best Books of the Year in Fiction, History, Cookbooks, Manga, Sci-Fi, and much more!

Explore our picks for the Best Books of the Year in Fiction, History, Cookbooks, Manga, Sci-Fi, and much more!

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Need inspiration on what to read this month? Discover the best picks of the month from the book experts at Barnes & Noble.

Need inspiration on what to read this month? Discover the best picks of the month from the book experts at Barnes & Noble.

This Month's Pick: Our Country Friends

It's March 2020 and a calamity is unfolding. As a group of friends gathers in a country house to wait out the pandemic, new friendships and romances take hold, while old betrayals emerge.

It's March 2020 and a calamity is unfolding. As a group of friends gathers in a country house to wait out the pandemic, new friendships and romances take hold, while old betrayals emerge.

Address Unknown

Originally published in in 1938, Address Unknown became an international sensation, credited with exposing the dangers of Nazism early on. It remains hauntingly relevant today.

Originally published in in 1938, Address Unknown became an international sensation, credited with exposing the dangers of Nazism early on. It remains hauntingly relevant today.