Monday, May 28, 2012
Thanks for joining me for Mailbox Monday! MM was created by Marcia at A girl and her books (fka The Printed Page), who graciously hosted it for a long, long time, before turning it into a touring meme (details here).
This month, Mailbox Monday is hosted by Martha's Bookshelf. Please take the time to visit her wonderfully eclectic blog.
Three very different books recently came into my house. Other than all being non-fiction, there is not much they have in common.
Evolutionaries: Transformational Leadership: The Missing Link in Your Organizational Chart, by Randy Harrington and Carmen E Voillequé.
Carmen was the keynote speaker at the Portland WIFS dinner I went to last week. She talked about how businesses can plan for the future when we are no longer able to make long-term plans for the future. It was a message I needed to hear and I look forward to reading her book.
50 Audubon Birds of America: From the Original Double Elephant Folio, by John James Audubon, with an Introduction by Roger Tory Peterson. I got a copy of the paperback edition at the Rose City Used Book Fair, organized by Rachel from Second Glance Books.
The Little Book of Foodie Law by Cecil C. Kuhne. I am back on a Food Freedom tear, so this book will help me with some basic underpinnings.