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New Non-Fiction Roundup – December 2018 December 4, 2018

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The Future of Capitalism by Paul Collier – From world-renowned economist Paul Collier, a candid diagnosis of the failures of capitalism and a pragmatic and realistic vision for how we can repair it.

The Secret Ingredient: Recipes for Success in Business and Life by Gigi Butler – Gigi Butler of Gigi’s Cupcakes shares her personal success story, her hard-won business acumen, and the life-changing inspiration that she’s gained from a challenging life. Each chapter includes a delicious dessert recipe for cupcakes and more!

A Call for Revolution: A Vision for the Future by Dalai Lama – This eloquent, urgent manifesto is possibly the most important message the Dalai Lama can give us about the future of our world. It’s his rallying cry, full of solutions for our chaotic, aggressive, divided times: no less than a call for revolution.

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Fed Up: Emotional Labor, Women, and the Way Forward by Gemma Hartley – Asserts that carrying the thankless day-to-day anticipating of needs and solving of problems large and small is adversely affecting women’s lives and feeding gender inequality, and shows the way forward for better balancing their lives.

Am I Dying?! A Complete Guide to Your Symptoms – and What to do Next by Christopher Kelly and Marc Eisenberg – A comprehensive, light-hearted resource for the hypochondriac in all of us, from two Columbia University cardiologists who review dozens of symptoms and offer advice on when to chill out, make a doctor’s appointment, or go to the hospital.

God in the Qur’an by Jack Miles – From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of God: A Biography , an erudite, hugely informative portrait of the God of Islam, the world’s second largest, fastest-growing, and perhaps most tragically misunderstood religion.

 

 

 

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