Canadian YA author Susan Juby is dominating my reading life
I think I’m addicted
Since discovering Juby’s 2003 breakout YA novel Alice, I Think in a Little Free Library a few weeks ago, I’ve now made good use of the Toronto Public Library’s Holds system to read seven of Juby’s print books and listen to one audio book.
That’s right! Eight books in just over a month.
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Dan Coyle’s bestselling book shows how simple changes can boost creativity, productivity, and life satisfaction
The Culture Code is not a business book, and that’s precisely what makes it a great business book. It reminds us that the skills of connecting with people are universally applicable and simple to learn. Whether you’re a volunteer fundraiser, a newbie soccer coach, or a global CEO, the techniques explained in this book can help you help others.
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Don’t like giving honest feedback? If you’re a leader, it’s an important part of your job
Kim Scott’s influential bestseller, Radical Candor, is a worthy read.
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