John Scalzi$29.97 $27.57
Naomi Novik$28.00 $25.76
Julie King and Joanna Faber$28.00 $25.76
John Green$28.00 $25.76
Lise Eliot$22.00 $20.24
Seanan McGuire$19.98 $18.38
Cheryl Mendelson$22.00 $20.24
Melissa Orlov$19.95 $18.35
MS and Sari Solden$39.99 $36.79
Naomi Novik$17.00 $15.64
Tim Bilkey, Karen Weintraub, et al.$17.00 $15.64
Jennifer L. Eberhardt$18.00 $16.56
Neil Fiore$17.00 $15.64
Ned Hallowell$30.00 $27.60
Tara Westover$28.00 $25.76
Edward M. Hallowell and John J. Ratey$17.00 $15.64
I may have ADHD. This book was really helpful in navigating what that looks like and what I might do about it. Recommend skipping the chapter on nutrition though: aside from "eat well, get some protein at breakfast" the chapter is mostly a defense of the author taking MLM supplements without any real proof of their benefits.
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 $24.84
The gender data gap is fascinating... and we need to work harder to fill it.
Ned Johnson and William Stixrud$18.00 $16.56
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 $23.92
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 $25.76
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.
My favorite Laura Vanderkam book so far. Great lessons for parents (and even some takeaways for non-parents).
Jane Mayer$17.95 $16.51
This book shook me and literally caused me to change the political party I identify as a part of.
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$17.99 $16.55
Radical, data-driven approach to child-rearing questions.
Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein$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$18.99 $17.47
One of my favorite featured folks from Freakonomics Radio wrote a book all about stick-to-it-iveness.