Back in my early Microsoft days, I routinely pulled all-nighters when we had to deliver a piece of software. I even stayed up two nights in a row on occasion (I don’t recommend that). This book taught me a lot about the importance of a better night's sleep.
I was deeply moved by Tayari Jones's story of a married couple whose lives get torn apart by an incident of injustice. The book is so well-written that you’ll find yourself sucked into it despite the heavy subject matter.
One of the things I've enjoyed most as a father is watching my children get curious about a topic and then seeing how their knowledge deepens and grows. In her wonderful new book, Diane Tavenner offers advice about how parents can support their child’s independent growth.