March 31st, 2016
Episode 242 of 502 episodes
For all the books I choose, I love them; I’ve read most of them at least twice if not many times; and they’re widely admired. Because nothing boosts happiness more than a great book, each month, I suggest: one outstanding book about happiness or habits one outstanding work of children’s or young-adult literature–I have a crazy passion for kidlit one eccentric pick–a widely admired and excellent book that I love, yes, but one that may not appeal to everyone Shop at IndieBound, BN.com, or Amazon (I’m an affiliate), or your favorite local bookstore. Or my favorite, visit the library! In fact, for my second episode of “A Little Happier” — the new 2-minute mini-episodes of my podcast I’m doing each week — I talked about how much I love going to the library. Listen here. Drumroll… A book about happiness, good habits, or human nature: Letters from a Stoic by Seneca Buy from IndieBound; BN.com; Amazon. An outstanding children’s book: Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbit Buy from IndieBound; BN.com; Amazon. An eccentric pick: American Gods by Neil Gaiman Buy from IndieBound; BN.com; Amazon. Some readers have said ... The post Revealed! Three Terrific Books to Read in April. appeared first on Gretchen Rubin.
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