What non-fiction books are you enjoying in July 2018?
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Little Book of Lykke: Secrets of the World’s Happiest People
by Meik Wiking
Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life
by Héctor García
The Beginner's Guide to Buddhism (Beginners Ser.)
by Jack Kornfield
Franklin does a wonderful job delving into writer Shirley Jackson’s world. Jackson did not live a storybook life. She was raised by extremely critical parents and even her marriage had its problems including infidelity. She also suffered from depression yet she was so smart and intuitive and her stories were so amazingly complex and intricate. If you only read one biography this year-this has to be the one.
Bob Mankoff does a wonderful job on this autobiography/nonfiction book about his life as a cartoonist, his job as former cartoon editor for The New Yorker (now at Esquire) and founder of the online Cartoon Bank. This book is not just about him but a short history of the cartooning business and helping other cartoonists get ahead in the business. Enjoyable and informative.