most people in the world – and especially any who work in education – know who malala is. she is… Read more book number eleven of 2016: i am malala [malala yousafzai w/christina lamb].
i got into a bit of a reading rut last month and decided to take a break from little women to read… Read more book number ten of 2016: modern romance [aziz ansari w/ eric klinenberg].
‘and now, harry, let us step out into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure’ toward the end of… Read more the great harry potter re-read of 2016.
lauren groff’s fates and furies was one of the blockbuster books of 2015, and i finished it while i was in… Read more book number nine of 2016: fates and furies [lauren groff].
we crave meaning and purpose in life, and one way to find it is to connect to a cause larger… Read more book number eight of 2016: a path appears [nicholas kristof & sheryl wudunn].
as i mentioned in my review of born to run, the book had me in an underlining frenzy. below you will find… Read more favourite passages from born to run [christopher mcdougall].
camille pagan’s life and other near-death experiences was a kindle first selection sometime last year, and i finally got around to… Read more book number seven of 2016: life and other near-death experiences [camille pagan].
kazuo ishiguro’s 1989 booker winner the remains of the day was a fast, if uneventful, read. it was well-written and flowed… Read more book number six of 2016 + booker winner 1989: the remains of the day [kazuo ishiguro].
i don’t even know where to begin talking about this amazing book. the entire time i was reading it i… Read more book number five of 2016: born to run [christopher mcdougall].
the name given to that one dramatic moment in an epidemic when everything can change all at once is the… Read more book number four of 2016: the tipping point [malcolm gladwell].