by Dr. Robin DiAngelo
In Nice Racism, Dr. Robin DiAngelo explores the subtle, yet harmful ways in which casual racism can manifest among white individuals.
Nietzsche: A Very Short Introduction
by Michael Tanner
A biographical introduction to the life and works of the polarizing German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche.
Night on Earth
by Bill Markham
With groundbreaking low-light footage, Night on Earth uses new camera technologies to shine a light on the mysterious animal kingdom after dark.
Nikon D810 Fast Start
by John Greengo
This course is not only a very useful guide on how to use Nikon D810, but also a good introduction to the basics of photography as an art form.
Nine Nasty Words
by John McWhorter
Linguist John McWhorter's Nine Nasty Words examines how profanity has been a mainstay of human culture for centuries, even as its severity shifts with the times.
by Brian Tracy
No Excuses! teaches that self-discipline is the key to success, giving us practical advice to master it and thus achieve self-actualization, happy relationships, and financial security.
by Sarah Frier
No Filter reveals the inside story of Instagram's evolution from a struggling start-up to one of the most culturally relevant apps of the century, as told through previously unpublished interviews and anecdotes.
by Naomi Klein
No Logo explains the growth of brand power since the 1980s, how the focus of companies on image rather than products has affected employees, and how to identify those who fight against large corporations and their brands.
No Rules Rules
by Reed Hastings
No Rules Rules explains the incredibly unique, successful, and efficient company culture of Netflix, including the extensive levels of freedom afforded to employees.
No Visible Bruises
by Rachel Louise Snyder
In No Visible Bruises, journalist Rachel Louise Snyder unpacks some of the main behavioral patterns of both perpetrators and victims of domestic violence, uncovering its broader implications for society.
by Daniel J. Siegel
No-Drama Discipline is a refreshing approach to parenting that looks at the neuroscience of a developing child's brain to understand how to best discipline and teach kids while making them feel loved.
Nobody Wants to Read Your Sh*t
by Steven Pressfield
Nobody Wants to Read Your Sh*t combines the countless lessons Steven Pressfield has learned from his successful career as a writer in advertising, the movie industry, fiction, non-fiction, and self-help, in order to help you write like a pro.
by Daniel Kahneman
This book, from the author of the bestselling Thinking Fast and Slow, explores the randomness of human judgment – known as noise – and the strategies we can use to reduce noise and make a fairer world.
by Jessica Bruder
The true story behind Chloe Zhao's Academy Award-winning film Nomadland, Jessica Bruder's non-fiction book is the tale of a modern tribe of nomads – the elderly van-dwellers and 'workampers' of the American West.
by Marshall B. Rosenberg
Nonviolent Communication explains how focusing on people's underlying needs, and making observations instead of judgments, can revolutionize the way we interact with anyone - even our worst enemies.
by Dr Aziz Gazipura
Clinical psychologist Dr. Aziz Gazipura explains why being a nice person isn't always a good thing.
Note-Taking for Business Professionals
by Paul Nowak
Explore techniques to listen effectively, document action plans, and capture more ideas by learning to take faster notes in meetings and across a variety of different settings.
Notes from a Small Island
by Bill Bryson
Award-winning science writer Bill Bryson chronicles his experience expatriating from the U.S. to England in this classic from 1995.
by Ari King
A varied selection of professionals offer their experiences with the college graduation process, giving useful insights into how they found their feet in a career they love.
by Richard H. Thaler
Nudge shows us how we can unconsciously make better decisions by designing our environment to nudge us in the right direction, thus building our own choice architecture in advance.