Every book mentioned on the show
This is an attempt to catalog every book mentioned on the show. It will no doubt fail. But I will try.
Travels with Casey....For Roaming and Reading, we took a cross-country trip with writer Benoit Denizet-Lewis and his moody Labrador, Casey, in a rented RV. The two traveled across 32 states and 13,000 miles in the country with the highest rate of dog ownership in the world.
Roaming and Reading: A cross-country trip with a moody labrador
Thirty-years-old and unsatisfied with their lives, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus decided to say goodbye to their corporate jobs and six-figure salaries. Together they wrote a bestselling book, "Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life," and pursued careers as public speakers, writing coaches and bloggers. Their blog, The Minimalists, now attracts an audience of more than two million annual readers.
Bucking consumerism, minimalists say they've got all they need
This is a beautifully written book. Every time Domenica Ruta describes things, I'm left in disbelief that she can word things so well. It feels like she crawled in my mind and describes life from my point of view. This book is an autobiography about growing up with an addicted mother and all the heartbreak and hilarity that entails.
With Or Without You by Domenica Ruta
With Or Without You
Jet Set by William Stadiem. There was a time when the term "air travel" didn't bring to mind snaking security lines, tiny packets of powdery pretzels and endless delays. Jet Set Courtesy of publisher It was the glory age of flight, writes bestselling author and Vanity Fair contributor William Stadiem.
The glory days of flight
The Arsonist by Sue Miller
"Into The Woods" was one of the plays mentioned on the Roundtable.
The Dance of Fear: Rising Above Anxiety, Fear, and Shame to Be Your Best and Bravest Self by Harriet Lerner.
The Dance of Anger: A Woman's Guide to Changing the Patterns of Intimate Relationships by Harriet Lerner
This was a book pick from our Roundtable guest, Susan Gaertner.
Good Reads: Summer Reading List
Roaming and Reading in Australia: Kerri picked "The Light Between Oceans" by first-time novelist M.L. Stedman. The book is set on an island off the western coast of Australia after World War I and follows the life of a lighthouse-keeper and his wife when a long-desired child comes into their lives.
Roaming and Reading: Canberra, Australia
Cloud Street - Tim Winton
Cloudstreet: A Novel by Tim Winton - EbookNetworking.net
Sam Tanenhaus said he thinks Ross Douthat and Reihan Salam's book "Grand New Party" taught him a lot about conservative reformers.
If you ask John Hope Bryant, the American Dream is far from dead. If given the right tools and inspiration, the poor can lift themselves into the middle class, he argues, and they can "save capitalism" as well. In his latest book, "How the Poor Can Save Capitalism," Bryant advocates for federally funded financial literacy education from kindergarten through college and Private sector tax breaks to create more business internships for young people.
John Hope Bryant on 'How the Poor Can Save Capitalism'
The Declaration of Independence is a document familiar to most Americans. But relatively few have read have read it from end to end. In her new book, scholar Danielle Allen invites the reader to take a deeper look at "Our Declaration," paying particular attention to the role of equality.