Book Reviews

Dorothy Day A rousing biography of Dorothy Day whose quest for social justice and passion for service of others qualify her as a saint. Justice
Antoinette A poodle puppy comes into her own as a heroine on the streets of Paris. Questing
The Want Monsters A delightful spiritual parable about wants, embracing the greedy self, and befriending our troublesome emotions. Shadow
Letters to a Young Muslim An inspiring and spirited series of letters in which a father passes on his vision and hopes for Muslims. Faith
Unlikely Partners An accessible and insightful portrait of economic wonders being wrought in China. Openness
The Book of Qualitites An evergreen psychological work that creatively personifies 70 emotions. Meaning
Designing Your Life A down-to-earth resource packed with wisdom and tools for your vocational quest. Questing
Quiet Mind Reflective essays on how to use mindfulness as an antidote to stress and other problems in our too busy world. Peace
The Danish Way of Parenting A snappy, sane, and salutary tribute to parenting with style and vigor and positivity. Play
The Book of Hygge An exploration of the daily spiritual practice that has made the Danish people among the happiest in the world. Nurturing
Moon Wisdom A useful resource about the ways our Moon is a faithful companion. Attention
The Distressed Body Creative and philosophic essays on hospitals, factory farms, prisons, illness, and other bodily issues. Meaning
Language at the Speed of Sight A cognitive neuroscientist's hard look at America's reading problems. Teachers
Books for Living Essays on 26 books that have transformed a journalist's life. Meaning
EMDR and the Universal Healing Tao An explanation of a special counseling technique based on Taoist principles. Nurturing
Resistance A call for Progressive Christians to create centers of resistance. Justice
Shinto A magisterial study of the history of the Shinto religion. Devotion
The Guru Drinks Bourbon? A balanced view of gurus who both wrestle with demons and dispense epiphanies. Teachers
Alphonse, That Is Not OK to Do! A delightful story about two siblings who use drawings to express themselves. Love
World Report 2016 An invaluable resource for all those concerned about human rights around the world. Peace