BILL BRYSON

 

 

Bill Bryson is a best-selling non-fiction writer, with topics a broad as the English language, history, science, and humorous books on travel. He shot to prominence in the United Kingdom with the publication of Notes from a Small Island, an exploration of Britain, and its accompanying television series. His book A Walk in the Woods, describing his attempt to walk the Appalachian Trail with his friend "Stephen Katz," has become a staple read among hikers, and he received widespread recognition again with the publication of A Short History of Nearly Everything, which made popularized scientific questions accessible to a general audience.

In order from most recent to oldest:

The Road to Little Dribbling cover image
One Summer: America, 1927 cover image
Seeing Further cover image
At Home cover image
A Really Short History of Nearly Everything cover image
Bryson's Dictionary for Writers and Editors cover image
Shakespeare cover image
The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid cover image
A Short History of Nearly Everything cover image
Bill Bryson's African Diary cover image
Bryson's Dictionary of Troublesome Words cover image
In a Sunburned Country cover image
I'm a Stranger Here Myself cover image
A Walk in the Woods cover image
Notes from a Small Island cover image
Made in America cover image
Neither Here Nor There cover image
The Mother Tongue cover image
The Lost Continent cover image