Sharing all the books I've read and enjoyed recently - fiction, non-fiction, personal finance, parenting, children's books... everything but the kitchen sink! (Unless I read a book about a kitchen sink in which case... everything including the kitchen sink!)
Robin Diangelo$16.00 $14.72
After numerous recommendations I made this the first stop (but not the last) on my anti-racist reading list.
Caroline Criado Perez$27.00 $24.30
The gender data gap is fascinating... and we need to work harder to fill it.
William Stixrud and Ned Johnson$17.00 $15.64
As someone who always felt motivation was an illusive beast I could not tame, I am so thankful for this look into the science of it and how to help cultivate it in your kids.
The War on Normal People: The Truth about America's Disappearing Jobs and Why Universal Basic Income Is Our Future
Andrew Yang$16.99 $15.63
Let's talk about automation and UBI.
I loved this look into Felicia's history, and a chance to reminisce about the days of Dr Horrible's Singalong Blog and The Guild.
Eve Rodsky$26.00 $23.40
I actually think this would have been a better "game" product than it is a as a "book" product, but the system is good!
Stephanie Land$15.99 $14.71
Another excellent read about the realities of poverty in America.
Naomi Novik$17.00 $15.64
Personal finance fantasy fiction? I'm here for it!
Emily Oster$28.00 $25.20
This should be required reading for all soon-to-be parents.
Annie Duke$14.00 $12.88
One of the world's best poker players teaches us how to make better decisions.
Laura VanderKam$17.00 $15.64
My favorite Laura Vanderkam book so far. Great lessons for parents (and even some takeaways for non-parents).
Jane Mayer$17.00 $15.64
This book shook me and literally caused me to change the political party I identify as a part of.
Hannah Hart$14.99 $13.79
Emotional, sweet, and sometimes heartbreaking - an intimate look into the mind of one of my favorite video makers, Hannah Hart (My Drunk Kitchen).
Linda Tirado$16.00 $14.72
Linda Tirado offers an unprecedented first hand AND data-driven look into the realities of the working poor in America.
Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman$16.99 $15.63
Radical, data-driven approach to child-rearing questions.
Cass R. Sunstein and Richard H Thaler$18.00 $16.56
Richard Thaler's Nobel Prize in Economics is well-deserved.
Daniel Kahneman$18.00 $16.56
Long but great book about how we think.
Michelle McNamara$17.99 $16.55
True crime - and Patton's afterword definitely made me cry, btw.
Angela Duckworth$17.99 $16.55
One of my favorite featured folks from Freakonomics Radio wrote a book all about stick-to-it-iveness.