John Irving’s THE HOTEL NEW HAMPSHIRE; a quirky patriarch tries to keep his family together.
Colin Turnbull’s THE FOREST PEOPLE; a British anthropologist lives among the African Mbuti Pygmies and observes their customs and culture.
Jimmy Carter’s TURNING POINT: A CANDIDATE, A STATE, AND A NATION COME OF AGE; the future president describes his campaign for the state senate in 1962.
John Steinbeck’s OF MICE AND MEN; two displaced migrant workers travel from place to place during the Depression.
David McCullough’s THE WRIGHT BROTHERS; how flight was practically invented.