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Biographies

He Named Me Malala

Davis Guggenheim

This inspirational documentary brings us closer to the remarkable Malala Yousafzai, the teenage activist for whom being shot in the head by the Taliban led to international fame and a Nobel Peace Prize.

Parenting & Relationships

He's Just Not That Into You

Greg Behrendt, Liz Tuccillo

In this self-help guide, two former Sex and the City script writers debunk common excuses straight men use in dating, and provide insight on how women can live their best lives without wasting time analyzing puzzling male behavior.

Mind & Philosophy

Headspace: Guide to Meditation

Matt D'Avella

Popular mindfulness app Headspace takes to the screen in an eight-part series that walks us through the theory, science, and origins of meditation – then shows us how to start practicing.

Religion & Spirituality

Heal

Kelly Noonan

This exploratory documentary explains the theory of 'mind over matter', sharing real-life examples of people who have defied medical prognoses and examining the science behind their incredible recoveries.

Parenting & Relationships
Mind & Philosophy

Healing After the Loss of Your Mother

Elaine Mallon

This 2018 book is a guide to healthy grieving for those coping with the passing of their mother.

Culture & Society
Biographies
Mind & Philosophy

Heart Berries

Terese Marie Mailhot

First Nation Canadian writer Terese Marie Mailhot poetically shares stories about her life in a mental institution after a nervous breakdown. Heart Berries is written as a letter to her lover as she looks back on her hardest moments.

Health & Fitness
Science & Environment

Heart Health

University of Reading, Natasha Barrett

A keen study of our heart, its inner workings, and the best habits we can implement to make it healthier.

Science & Environment

Helgoland

Carlo Rovelli

Theoretical physicist and science writer Carlo Rovelli draws us into the world of quantum theory and its indications about the nature of our world.

Biographies

Hello, Molly!

Molly Shannon, Sean Wilsey

In her autobiography, actress and comedian Molly Shannon shares her rise to fame, from her difficult childhood to Saturday Night Live achievements.

Culture & Society
Mind & Philosophy
Personal Growth

Help for Women with ADHD

Joan Wilder

Journalist Joan Wilder provides a powerful description of the brain of someone - specifically women - with ADHD while offering helpful bite-sized strategies to cope with the pitfalls of this condition.

Arts & Design
Culture & Society

Helvetica

Gary Hustwit

Helvetica is a documentary that explores the history of the world's most-used typeface, from how the font first came into being, how it became so popular, and how it remains so widely used more than 50 years later.

Mind & Philosophy
Personal Growth
Religion & Spirituality

Here & Hereafter

Tyler Henry

In his book, Here & Hereafter, celebrity medium Tyler Henry shares the spiritual lessons he has gleaned from his work seeking communication with the dead and how we can implement these into our own lives.

Culture & Society
Mind & Philosophy

Here for It

R. Eric Thomas

R. Eric Thomas provides a ray of hope with this irreverent yet patriotic collection of essays on race, sexuality, religion, and growing up in the United States.

Arts & Design
Biographies

Here We Go Again

Betty White

Actress and comedian Betty White shares her journey through 50 years in the television business in her own words, recounting the wins and losses that marked her illustrious career.

Culture & Society
History

Heroic Failure

Fintan O'Toole

A highly-critical cultural analysis of the political ideas behind Brexit, and how they led to a disaster.

Culture & Society

Heroin(e)

Elaine McMillion Sheldon

In Heroin(e), director Elaine McMillion Sheldon invites us to look at the opioid epidemic in West Virginia through the eyes of three women on the front line.

Health & Fitness
Career & Success
Culture & Society

Hidden Disabilities and Conditions: Creating an Inclusive Workplace

Ted Smith

Human resources expert Ted Smith guides us through the different accommodations people with disabilities need to feel safe and included in the workplace.

Science & Environment

Hidden Figures

Margot Lee Shetterly

This book tells the story of NASA from the perspective of its unacknowledged Black female employees, who took computing jobs at a wartime laboratory and assumed responsibility for humankind's 'giant leap' into space.

Personal Growth
Business

High Conflict

Amanda Ripley

Amanda Ripley's book High Conflict provides contemporary insight on why and how people get stuck in situations where discord distills into a 'good versus evil' style of feud - resulting in an 'us' and 'them' mindset - and explains how to get out.

Business
Career & Success
Personal Growth

High Performance

Jake Humphrey, Professor Damian Hughes

This book by television presenter Jake Humphrey and professor Damian Hughes analyzes habits and lessons from elite athletes, coaches, and entrepreneurs to decode how to perform at a high level.

Business
Personal Growth

High Performance Habits

Brendon Burchard

High Performance Habits is a riveting how-to guide to improving your performance, productivity, and relationships through the power of proactivity and consistency.

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