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    Not exactly 'bookish,' but fitting for libraries: "The world is in your pocket with a library card."

    Why does our culture seem to value extroverts over introverts? Why does being an introvert seem to automatically come with the label 'shy' and the feeling that something is wrong with being an introvert? Why do extroverts seem to get promoted and rewarded above introverts? These were the questions the Quiet's author, Susan Cain, set out to answer. What she found may surprise you and inspire you to adjust how you look at the introvert/extrovert 'debate'.

    NEW! > The Mindful Manifesto: How Doing Less and Noticing More Can Help Us Thrive in a Stressed-Out World By Jonty Heaversedge, Ed Halliwell

    Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

    Le Petit Prince

    I know this is a child's book but I just love it! Such a great look into the innocent eyes of a child and how they see the world...placing emphasis on what's really valuable in this world.

    Book quote / poster. "Bookworms will rule the world. As soon as we finish one more chapter". I can never stop mid-chapter either, can you? #Reading #Bookworms

    Not really a huge fan of fiction books, but this is another book full of satire that sparks a lot of interest once you start reading it. Is our world really so different from what's depicted here? You be the judge...

    An intelligent spin on how our world moves in today's time.

    Review: "The Little Prince" brings us all back to the land of childlike wonder! Antoine de Saint-Exupery (1943)

    Sophie's World

    An insightful look into what actually happened when this continent was conquered...sad but informative, it will definitely make you think about Columbus' "conquest" of the New World.

    Me Before You by Jojo Moyes {Lauren Conrad's Summer Reading List}

    Agatha Christie

    32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life. Books worth reading

    Black Beauty written by English author Anna Sewell (1877). First 'big' book I read at age 8. It filled me with wonder.

    The Count of Monte Cristo - Easily tied for my favorite book ever written

    This book can be a bit much at times, but it changed my eating habits forever. It parallels the Holocaust to slaughterhouses and how the assembly line can be so "efficient."