New Nonfiction Roundup – December 2018

December’s not just about the holidays. Enjoy these nonfiction titles being released this month.

12/4: Babel. Gaston Dorren explores the twenty most widely spoken languages in the world, which accounts for half of the Earth’s population.

12/4: Congo Stories. Fidel Bafilemba and John Prendergast consider the impact of five decades of exploitation of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

12/4: Danielle Walker’s Eat What You LoveComfort food for those with restricted diets, from the author of Against All Grain

12/4: The Future of CapitalismA critique of capitalism from noted economist Paul Collier.

12/4: Game ChangersWords of wisdom from leaders across multiple disciplines. From Dave Asprey, author of Head Strong.

12/4: How to Feed YourselfSimple recipes with basic equipment, for those new to cooking. From Spoon University.

12/4: Kitchen YarnsAnn Hood (Morningstar) reflects on her Italian American childhood and love of food in this essay collection.

12/4: Never Grow UpAn autobiography by martial arts expert and action movie star Jackie Chan.

12/4: The Point of It AllClassic and never before published works from recently deceased conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer.

12/4: You Are a Badass Every DayMotivational mantras from Jen Sincero.
A Peak Pick!

12/11: Cook90David Tamarkin and the editors of Epicurious challenge you to cook 90 simple meals for a month.

12/18: 6 KeysPersonal trainer Jillian Michaels identifies six keys that you can use to your advantage and defy the aging process.

12/18: Minimalist Home. Joshua Becker (The More of Less) returns to show how decluttering can lead to a more peaceful and content life.

12/24: The Courage to Rise. Liz Arch guides those who suffer from pain, anxiety, depression and trauma towards healing through yoga and movement.

12/24: The DASH Diet Mediterranean Solution. Martha Heller shows you how Mediterranean cuisine is the perfect complement for the DASH diet.

12/24: Love for Imperfect Things. Zen Buddhist monk Haemin Sunim (The Things You See Only When You Slow Downargues that loving yourself is necessary to love others.

12/31: Calm the F*ck Down. The latest no-holds-barred guide from Sarah Knight teaches you to manage your anxiety.

~Posted by Frank B. 

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