The Romanian born author Herta Müller is renowned for her books based on life under the harsh regime of the dictator Ceausescu.
The French 'Joy of Cooking' gets an American version called 'I know How to Cook' -- an adaptation of the 1932 bible of French cooking.
The book, "Finding Frida Kahlo," documents a treasure trove of more than 1,000 previously unknown Kahlo items--but their authenticity is in question.
Pulitzer Prize-winning music critic Tim Page's new memoir, "Parallel Play," looks at how Asperger's syndrome was an asset to his success.
Pulitzer-Prize winning author Tracy Kidder wrote "Strength in What Remains," the true story of a man who survived the ethnic violence between Burundi and Rwanda and managed to find his way to the United States.
The young-adult novel, "The Vast Fields of Ordinary" is the story of Dade, a young man growing up gay in Iowa and his eventful summer between high school and college.
Shriver's book, "We Need to Talk about Kevin" raises questions about the limits of maternal love and the nature of evil itself.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frank McCourt passed away on July 19 -- we pay tribute to him with this 'Studio 360' interview from 2002.
"Dr. Eliot's Five Foot Shelf" was a list of literature classics compiled by Harvard president Charles Eliot back in 1909. Last week we asked YOU to tell us which books you'd put on a Five Foot Shelf in 2009.
The enormous subculture created by fans of the Harry Potter books has spawned a new genre of music, as well as other creative endeavors.