How do “normal” parents accommodate children with mental, physical, or social differences?
Csikzentmihayli describes the state of flow; the periods of time when we are engaged, learning, and happy.
The fictional story of Francie Nolan growing up in Brooklyn in the early 1900s.
Technopoly discusses the rise of technology and how is has overtaken our lives.
All Quiet on the Western Front (1929) Erich Maria Remarque
The story of a fictional German soldier positioned at the Western Front in World War One.
The journey of astronaut Chris Hadfield’s life and career.
Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television (1978) Jerry Mander
Mander explains the pitfalls and problems of television as a medium.
Lindhout’s account of her kidnapping in Somalia in 2008.
Thoreau’s journalistic writings while living in a cabin for two years near Walden Pond.
Dr. Montessori’s analysis of her discoveries regarding child psychology and development from birth to age six.
Walls’ memoir describing her childhood and dysfunctional parents.
Olson discusses the importance of nature in our lives through first hand experiences.
McCourt’s memoir of growing up in Ireland in the 1930s and 1940s.
The story of a boy who travels the universe meeting several characters. The tale is autobiographical and allegorical.
Voluntary Simplicity (1981/1993) Duane Elgin
Elgin describes how to live a simple, sustainable life which is inwardly rewarding.