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Who Moved My Cheese? Quick, amusing read I enjoyed. Recommend.

“The best moments in reading are when you come across something - a thought, a feeling, a way of looking at things - which you had thought special and particular to you. And now, here it is, set down by someone else, a person you have never met, someone even who is long dead. And it is as if a hand has come out, and taken yours”- Alan Bennett (Playwright, UK) from The History Boys (2006 Film).

| 23 Books You Didn't Read In High School But Actually Should (I actually did read some of these in high school. Nine of them in fact)

Quote about inspirational - Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor..

Thomas Jefferson on Leadership: Executive Lessons From his Life and Letters

Twenty-One Elephants and Still Standing - a great book about civil engineering for children! We're glad the Foundation helps fund STEM for children!

"Each person who sits down to write faces not a blank page but his own vastly overfilled mind. The fear I felt is the fear felt by the writer who cannot risk beginning to write."

The book is great, but Leo Buscaglia reading it is the BEST! He was a fabulously entertaining speaker/author.

"Living, Loving, and Learning" by Leo Buscaglia, the only man who ever taught a class on love. My favorite book. Part spiritual bible, part anecdote, a lot of guidance.

Personhood: The Art of Being Fully Human - another good one - gonna pull Leo out and read them again!

Denial of the Soul

On audio cassette tape. See in our store now. Cassette and Video Corner $7.99

M. Scott Peck in his book “The Road Less Traveled and Beyond” describes his interview with a young woman: “‘I don’t want to be a whiner’ [she said]. ‘Then you’ll need to learn how to accept your superiority’ I retorted. ‘My what? What do you mean?’…" - From my post Celebrating giftedness: You may be gifted – get over it

When every I feel in doubt this book gives me courage! #M Scott Peck

Blindness by Jose Saramago, emotionally difficult to read at times but good in that it makes you question the true nature of human beings and how quickly civilized behaviour can drop away in times of crisis