FROM THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES
BESTSELLING AUTHOR

“In this generous, entertaining memoir, novelist Weiner known for her plus-size heroines, authentic voice, and hilarious one-liners, offers her fans and others a front-row seat to the drama of her life. Weiner doggedly pursues her dream of becoming a writer who speaks to women's lives, insisting—and proving— that women's stories matter.“
Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Hungry Heart is a fiercely funny, powerfully smart, and remarkably brave book. With candor, wit, and insight, Jennifer Weiner writes beautifully about her darkest struggles and brightest triumphs, about growing up and getting on with it, about gaining and losing, about herself and also—ultimately—about all of us. I was spellbound by Hungry Heart from the first page to the last.” 
— Cheryl Strayed, author of Wild

“Haven't we all wondered exactly how the many-splendored Jennifer Weiner became so many-splendored? This candid, poignant, and very funny memoir tells all, and I'm confident other readers will be as fascinated and moved by it as I was.” 
— Curtis Sittenfeld,  author of Eligible

“Weiner lays her heart bare in this memoir, which is insightful and affecting and affirms exactly why she is so popular—she is gifted in the ability to write honestly and easily.” 
— Booklist

“I'm mad Jennifer Weiner's first book of essays is as wonderful as her fiction. You will love this book and wish she was your friend.“
— Mindy Kaling,  author of Why Not Me?

 

TIME TO THINK LITTLE
Coming September 13!


The first book in a middle-grade trilogy—a laugh-out-loud funny and painstakingly real tale of friendship, furry creatures, and finding the place where you belong. 

"Weiner makes a winning debut with this witty story of outcasts coming together...well-drawn characters, high comedy and an open-ended finale will leave readers eager for the next installment."
Publishers Weekly

"An engaging tale that helps children to understand both bullying and the difficulties faced by people who in some way deviate from the norm... Enchanting right up to the sequel-beckoning end."
Kirkus Reviews