Invisible Child tells the story of Dasani, one of 22,000 children living without housing in New York City in 2012, her seven siblings, her parents Chanel and Supreme, the historical forces that shaped their family over generations, and the institutions that dominate their lives. Read our review.
Eliza Reid explores the complicated reality, as well as the impressive gains, behind Iceland's reputation as the best country for women in the world in this engaging book.
Board member Mary Kwak recommends Lucy Bernholz's wide-ranging look at the broader world of giving.
Can we overcome unconscious bias? Author Jessica Nordell says, "Yes." Learn more from member Shelley Stanfield's review of Nordell's book.