SIMON & SCHUSTER PRESENTS
The exclusive biography
of a man who changed the world
At a time when America is looking for ways to sustain its innovative dge, Steve Jobs stands out as the ultimate icon of inventiveness and applied imagination. Based on more than 40 interviews
with Jobs, conducted over two years—as well as interviews with family
members, adversaries, friends, competitors, and colleagues—master
biographer Walter Isaacson has written the de;nitive look into the roller-coaster life of a true revolutionary. Although Jobs cooperated with the
book, he asked for no control over what was written—nothing is o;-limits.
A candid biography that is as surprising as the man himself, Steve Jobs
will be the book everyone is talking about this winter.
Simon & Schuster hardcover | available now
More than a story of recovery
From one of the most beloved couples in recent American
history comes a poignant story of romance,
risk-taking and public service. Written with
;e Last Lecture co-author Je;ery Zaslow,
Gabby—the joint memoir of Rep. Gabrielle
Gi;ords and her husband, retired astronaut
Mark Kelly—is a deeply personal account of
their life together, the courage they tapped
after a gunman nearly took her life, and the
hope that they have for the future.
Looking back, to look forward
As the country gears up for the 2012 election,
Glenn Beck takes a look at our founding
fathers to ;nd out what originally made
America great. In Being George Washington,
Beck explores our nation’s ;rst president,
describing how his values are especially
important to us today. Combining biography
and Washington’s own writings with his
trademark insights, Beck shows us how
we can learn from the great man who once
united a hopelessly divided country.
Scribner hardcover | available now
Threshold Editions hardcover | available now
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