New nonfiction books to read from the Spring Penguin collection

New nonfiction books to read from the Spring Penguin collection

by Suswati Basu
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This Spring, Penguin Random House brings to you the most anticipated releases coming out this year! From taking a careful look into racial violence and consciousness to scrutinising body politics, get ahead of the line with some of these recommendations!

Penguin General

πŸ“š Intact: A Defence of the Unmodified Body – Clare Chambers

πŸ“š Reality+: Virtual Worlds and the Problems of Philosophy – David J. Chalmers

πŸ“š Fear of Black Consciousness – Lewis R. Gordon

πŸ“š Whitelash: The Resurgence of Racial Violence in our Time – Wesley Lowery

πŸ“š A Duty of Care: Britain Before and After Covid – Peter Hennessy

πŸ“š Fire & Flood: A People’s History of Climate Change, from 1979 to the Present – Eugene Linden

πŸ“š Desperate Remedies: Psychiatry and the Mysteries of Mental Illness – Andrew Scull

πŸ“š Ways of Being: Beyond Human Intelligence – James Bridle

πŸ“š Regenesis: How to Feed the World Without Devouring the Planet – George Monbiot


πŸ“š The Power of Fun: Why fun is the key to a happy and healthy life – Catherine Price

πŸ“š How to Own the Room: Women and the Art of Brilliant Speaking – Viv Groskop

πŸ“š Imaginable: How to see the future coming and be ready for anything – Jane McGonigal

πŸ“š Build: An Unorthodox Guide to Making Things Worth Making – Tony Fadell

πŸ“š BFF?: The truth about female friendship – Claire Cohen

πŸ“š She’s In CTRL: How women can take back tech – Anne-Marie Imafidon

Michael Joseph

πŸ“š Why Has Nobody Told Me This Before? – Dr Julie Smith

πŸ“š Manifest: 7 Steps to Living Your Best Life – Roxie Nafousi

πŸ“š Don’t Worry Because 90% of Your Worries Won’t Come True – Shunmyō Masuno

πŸ“š The Interpreter’s Daughter – Teresa Lim

Will you add any of these to your TBR?

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