without reservations: the travels of an independent woman by alice steinbach (i read her other book this summer which was really good)
most recent reads...
stones into schools: promoting peace with books, not bombs, in pakistan and afghanistan by greg mortenson (follow up to three cups of tea)
a long way gone: memoirs of a boy soldier by ishmael beah
crush it!: why now is the time to cash in on your passion by gary vaynerchuk (recommendation from paul and it was quite good)
tribes: we need you to lead us by seth godin (another one from paul)
i have a huge stack of books "to read" which is exciting and a little daunting since i start back at work on monday. although, i resolved to do more reading when i have down time. this includes saturday mornings when i wake up and paul is far from it. this is a nice time to have a warm cup of coffee and spend some time "massaging my brain" as i tell my students.
have you read anything worthwhile lately? i would love more to add to my list of books to read. pipe up, friends!