Top 100 Books Loved by Facebook Users via ebookfriendly
If you weren’t previously aware, last year Facebook began asking its users to list ten books that have stayed with them. This summer the posts went viral and hundreds of thousands of people participated. Facebook aggregated that data into the top 100 books mentioned and created this cool infographic showing how the books related to each other. Click the link to see the full list of books. How many have you read?
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Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg
Total Reading Time: 3.25 hours
Review: Ms. Sandberg makes some important points, not only about the still institutionalized external barriers and stereotypes that keep women from working at the same levels as men, but also the equally important internal barriers and biases that keep women from taking opportunities and reaching for the top. It was an eye-opening experience to read this thoughtful and well-researched work. It’s hard for me to be courageous but this book gave me a little more hope that it’s possible and that we can continue to break down traditional gender stereotypes for the benefit of all. I recommend it for both men and women.