Anika grew up on a small farm in Virginia. When she grew too large to sleep curled under the hayloft, the farm animals begrudgingly taught her to read using their holy book, Charlotte's Web. Pretty soon, she learned human language. These days, she works at a bookstore, though you probably haven't heard of it.
The Hyperbole and a Half comics were famous online in the 2010's. Now in print, Allie's books will amuse and enlighten as she takes you though her life's escapades with humor and self-awareness.
Grain Brain makes a convincing case that the consumption of grains and silmple carbs could account for a large percentage of the brain diseases and mental health issues that today are becoming more and more common. Using decades of neuroscience and dietary research, this book will change your perception of how diet can affect your mind.
Why is it so hard to stop scrolling social media? Why do you feel a burst of dopamine when you get a like or a text? Irresistible is a look into modern studies of how screens and software affect our brains. It details the nature of addiciton and how our screens have been intentionally designed to capture our attention for as long as possible.
This book details documented and miraculous instances of spontaneous remission of disease, as they're coupled with profound changes in perspective. Can we affect or change our bodies with just our minds? Or perhaps, with our souls?
An oldie AND a goodie. The amazing account of the society of ultra-marathon runners in Mexico who casually run incredible distances with nothin but old pieces of tire tied to their feet. It will cause you to question exactly how athletic humans are meant to be.
Tamora Pierce's work continues to age up with her primary reader demographic. Tempests & Slaughter is an exploration of Numair's life before her previous series, Wild Magic. A gripping, sometimes dark coming-of-age story set in a fantasy land never explored before in her works.
A short and cathartic novel for anyone who's ever felt at odds with the world or who never quite understood other people. A woman seeks emotional shelter in her small world, where she's spent her entire adult life working in a convenience store, despite the misgivings of those around her.
Michael Pollan's work needs no introduction. A fascinating look into the world of modern psychedelic research and how microdosing may just change our mental health landscape and views of consciousness.
In the last few years, it's become well-known in the health science community how incredibly beneficial fasting can be. Dr. Jason Fung was one of the public pioneers in this field, and his insulin-driven theory of obesity (as opposed to caloric intake) is compelling, perception-changing, and well-researched.