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HEALTH NUT de Jess Damuck

Jess Damuck, author of the bestselling book Salad Freak, is back to teach you how to cook obsession–worthy feel–good food.

A Feel-Good Cookbook
by Jess Damuck
Abrams, March 2024

Jess Damuck’s feel–good recipes make eating healthy an easy habit to make and keep. Being a health nut is delicious, rewarding, and supremely satisfying, without any feeling of deprivation. It’s all about perfecting the basics and then getting creative to play up natural flavors while listening to your cravings. Building on the fresh, colorful, and flavor–blasting seasonal menus Damuck lives by, HEALTH NUT is playful, accessible, and irresistible. With recipes special enough to serve at dinner parties but doable enough to make on the weeknights, this cookbook will include:

Crispy Rice and Spicy Salmon Bowl with Quick Pickles and Greens ·Jicama, Basil, Avocado, and Sprout Summer Rolls

Roasted Cauliflower Flatbreads with Spicy Tahini and Sumac Onions

Raw Snap Peas with Feta, Chile and Mint

Smashed Beets with Oranges, Rosey Harissa and Whipped Goat Cheese

HEALTH NUT is a must–have for all of us who want to practice being intentional with what we eat and absolutely love doing it.

Jess Damuck is the author of Salad Freak. She has worked with Martha Stewart for the past decade as a food editor, producer, food stylist, and personal salad maker, including on VH1’s Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. Damuck has also worked at Bon Appétit, Food Network, Apartment Therapy, and Vox Creative, and has produced thousands of food–related web videos for clients. She lives in Brooklyn and Los Angeles.


The first illustrated monograph on writer, journalist, and director Nora Ephron, the visionary behind When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, and You’ve Got Mail.

by Ilana Kaplan
Abrams, October 2024

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With her singular voice, Nora Ephron flourished as a dominant force in the entertainment industry, focusing on the idiosyncrasies of romance that were universally relatable. The women in her stories paralleled reality—the veil was lifted, the glossy sheen removed. Her protagonists share an unwavering sense of humor about life’s mishaps, and they never take themselves too seriously—like Julie trying to master the art of cooking lobsters in Julie & Julia, Sally’s theatrical fake orgasm in Katz’s deli in When Harry Met Sally, or Rachel perfecting a Key Lime pie only to throw it in her cheating husband’s face in Heartburn.

Through her keenly self–aware humor and semi–autobiographical stories, Nora Ephron left behind a groundbreaking legacy as a beloved journalist, essayist, screenwriter, author, producer, director, and feminist who delivered stories of resilience embedded in sharp wit and upper–crust landscapes. Through that lens, she became emblematic of rom–coms, shifting and redefining conversations around the complexities of relationships and the women who have them. Nora Ephron at the Movies offers an unfiltered look at Ephron as a champion of the rom–com and as a feminist Hollywood trailblazer. It explores her life and work by pairing detailed criticism with exclusive interviews with Ephron’s key collaborators, including Andie MacDowell and Jenn Kaytin Robinson, to add color and nuance to her life and legacy.

Ilana Kaplan has written for VICE, Refinery29 and Observer and previously was a contributing editor at PAPER Magazine. Her work has been published in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, NPR, GQ, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Pitchfork, Variety, and Billboard. She’s currently the news editor at Digiday and a weekend writer at Rolling Stone. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.


Learn the art of artisanal ice–cream making from the flavor experts at LA–based popular ice cream chain Wanderlust Creamery.

by Adrienne Borlongan
Abrams, June 2024

With a family background in ice–cream making and a degree in food science, the flavor chemist behind LA–based Wanderlust Creamery, Adrienne Borlongan, turned her interest in recipe development and travel into a successful ice cream business. She and her husband, JP Lopez, started Wanderlust in 2017, and they now have seven stores that feature a rotating selection of around 400 different seasonal/regional flavors throughout the year. From reinvented classics with Asian flair like macadamia kona latte to bestselling Wanderlust flavors like oolong pineapple cake to « rice creams » like sticky rice mango and more, fans just can’t seem to get enough of their unique concoctions. And with THE WANDERLUST CREAMERY PRESENTS: THE WORLD OF ICE CREAM, ice cream enthusiasts will be able to learn the basics of ice–cream making and the science behind creating balanced flavor profiles. Featuring 80 deeply researched and developed ice cream flavors, this ultimate ice cream guide is full of recipes that celebrate the flavors, ingredients, and cultures from around the world. Making mouthwatering, one–of–a–kind global flavors from the comfort of your own home—no matter your skill level—has never been easier.

Adrienne Borlongan is a food science graduate of California State University Northridge (CSUN) and conceptualizes and crafts all of Wanderlust Creamery’s ice cream flavors. The granddaughter of a flavor chemist from Magnolia Ice Cream, Adrienne developed her palate and understanding of flavor theory while working as a mixologist, crafting multiple cocktail programs for SBE hospitality. She and her husband, JP Lopez, started LA–based Wanderlust Creamery in 2017, and they now have seven stores that feature a rotating selection of around 400 different seasonal/regional flavors throughout the year.


From an experienced financial journalist, the story of how women have fought for financial freedom, and the social and political hurdles that have keep them from equality.

The Rise and Fall of Economic Equality
by Josie Cox
Abrams, March 2024

For centuries, women were denied equal access to money and the freedom and power that came with it. They were restricted from owning property or transacting in real estate. Even well into the 20th century, women could not take out their own loans or own bank accounts without their husband’s permission. They could be fired for getting married or pregnant, and if they still had a job, they could be kept from certain roles, restricted from working longer hours, and paid less than men for equal work.

It was a raw deal, and women weren’t happy with it. So they pushed back. In WOMEN MONEY POWER, financial journalist Josie Cox tells the story of women’s fight for financial freedom. This is an inspirational account of brave pioneers who took on social mores and the law, including the “Rosies” who filled industrial jobs vacated by men and helped win WWII, the heiress whose fortune helped create the birth control pill, the brassy investor who broke into the boys’ club of the New York Stock Exchange, and the namesake of landmark equal pay legislation who refused to accept discrimination.

But as any woman can tell you, the battle for equality—for money and power—is far from over. Cox delves deep into the challenges women face today and the culture and systems that hold them back. This is a fascinating narrative account of progress, women’s lives, and the work still to be done.

Josie Cox is a journalist, editor, and broadcaster with a particular interest in business, workplace culture, and equality. She has an extensive professional network and experience working for a broad range of media outlets in Germany, Switzerland, the UK, and the US, including Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, and The Independent, where she served as business editor. As a freelancer, her work has appeared in The Guardian, Fortune, Forbes, The Times and Sunday Times of London, and other publications. She has appeared as a commentator on CNN, Fox News, Al Jazeera, and Sky News, and is a regular guest on the BBC. Cox was a fully funded 2020/2021 Knight–Bagehot Fellow at Columbia Journalism School. She has an MBA from Columbia Business School and is also an associate instructor within the Strategic Communications program at Columbia’s School of Professional Studies. She lives in New York City.

MARVEL SUPER STORIES de Marvel Entertainment

The first–ever middle–grade anthology from Marvel Comics, featuring all–new comics stories by 15 all–star cartoonists.

(Book One)
by Marvel Entertainment with various contributors; edited by John Jennings
Amulet/Abrams, October 2023

Welcome to the Marvel Universe and the World Outside Your Window! The first volume in a brand–new middle–grade anthology series with Marvel Comics, edited by John Jennings. All of your favorite Marvel super heroes are here in all–new six page stories written and illustrated by some of the biggest names in comics for young readers. These mighty team–ups include—

Black Panther: Jerry Craft (New Kid),

Wiccan: Mike Curato (Flamer), Miles Morales

Spider–Man: C. G. Esperanza (Soul Food Sunday),

Iron Man: John Gallagher (Max Meow),

Shang–Chi: Gale Galligan (The Baby–Sitters Club),

The Hulk: Chris Giarrusso (G–Man),

Spider–Man: Nathan Hale (Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales),

Captain America: Michael Lee Harris (Choco Leche),

Hawkeye: Ben Hatke (Zita the Spacegirl),

Ms. Marvel: Priya Huq (Piece by Piece: The Story of Nisrin’s Hijab),

Daredevil: John Jennings (Kindred: The Graphic Novel Adaptation),

Thor and Loki: George O’Connor (The Olympians),

Namor: Lincoln Peirce (Big Nate),

Squirrel Girl: Maria Scrivan (Nat Enough), and

Ghost Spider: Jessi Zabarsky (Witchlight).

This renowned roster takes a fun, fresh look at Marvel’s greatest super heroes, delivering all–new comics for fans of all ages.

Marvel Entertainment, LLC, a wholly–owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is one of the world’s most prominent character–based entertainment companies, built on a proven library of more than 8,000 characters featured in a variety of media over eighty years. Marvel utilizes its character franchises in entertainment, licensing, publishing, games, and digital media.

John Jennings, illustrator of the #1 New York Times bestseller, Kindred: A Graphic Novel Adaptation, is associate professor of visual studies at SUNY–Buffalo and has written several works on African American comics creators and is curator of the Megascope imprint at Abrams ComicArts. He lives in Riverside, California.