An Invisible Thread
by Laura Schroff
An Invisible Thread will help you feel more motivated to be kind to others by sharing the heartwarming story of the incredible friendship between a boy afflicted with poverty and a successful businesswoman.
An Ugly Truth
by Sheera Frenkel
Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalists lift the lid on Facebook, the powerful social media network with three billion users.
Anatomy of an Epidemic
by Robert Whitaker
Anatomy of an Epidemic teaches you how to make better decisions about your mental health. It details the questionable origin of medication and reveals the interesting connection between psychiatry and pharmaceutical companies.
by Robert Shore
In this entry from the Lives of the Artists series, Robert Shore provides a concise yet comprehensive biography of the iconic pioneer of pop art, Andy Warhol.
Angel Oracle Card Reader Course; Become the Oracle
by Tania Magdalene
Begin your spiritual journey in Become The Oracle, where you can learn how to lead yourself and others down the path towards enlightenment through the 22 Angel Oracle Cards.
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle
by Barbara Kingsolver
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle offers ways to improve your health and the environment by learning how to garden, cook, and eat more fruits and vegetables.
by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Antifragile reveals how some systems thrive from shocks, volatility and uncertainty, instead of breaking from them, and how you can adapt more antifragile traits yourself to thrive in an uncertain and chaotic world.
Antimicrobial Resistance - Theory and Methods
by Lina Cavaco
This course from the Technical University of Denmark covers the basics of antimicrobial treatments and resistances to them.
by Siva Vaidhyanathan
In this book, Siva Vaidhyanathan goes beyond the well-chronicled problems of social media to argue that Facebook is inherently corrupt and can't be fixed.
by The School of Life
In this sharp and witty collection of essays, The School of Life draws on philosophy and psychotherapy to provide a guide for anxiety, why we feel it, and how we can overcome it.
Anything You Want
by Derek Sivers
Anything You Want teaches you how to build a business that's based on who you are, and can become anything you want it to be, rather than following the traditional paths of startup or corporate culture.
Are You Fully Charged
by Tom Rath
In Are You Fully Charged?, leadership consultant and bestselling author Tom Rath reveals the three keys for arriving at work each day with a full battery: energy, interactions, and meaning.
by Rashmi Bansal
Arise, Awake will inspire you to move forward with your entrepreneurial dreams by sharing the inspirational stories of six Indian entrepreneurs and the lessons they learned on the path to success.
Aristotle: A Very Short Introduction
by Jonathan Barnes
This concise introduction to Aristotle provides a highly informative look at the vast scientific and philosophical output of one of humanity's greatest thinkers.
Art & Activity
by The Museum of Modern Art
In this online course from the Museum of Modern Art, educators Larissa Raphael, Lisa Mazzola and Stephanie Pau provide pedagogical strategies for immersing students in a deeper inquiry of the art world.
Artificial Intelligence: Distinguishing Between Fact and Fiction
by Coventry University
This course from Coventry University and the Institute of Coding introduces the history of artificial intelligence, from its origins to the future relationship between robots and humanity.
As a Man Thinketh
by James Allen
As A Man Thinketh is an essay and self-help classic, which argues that the key to mastering your life is harnessing the power of your thoughts and helps you cultivate the philosophy and attitude of a positive, successful person.
by Ryan Levesque
Ask shows you a method that helps you take the guesswork out of the equation so you can give your customers what they want, even if they don't know what they want.
Ask a Manager
by Alison Green
Ask a Manager discusses tricks that you can use to communicate effectively with your boss, peers, and subordinates in difficult situations.
Ask Me About My Uterus
by Abby Norman
In her poignant memoir, science writer Abby Norman delivers an eye-opening study of the medical profession's history of ignoring, dismissing, and misdiagnosing women's physical pain.
Asking for a Raise
by Lisa Gates
Don't settle for anything less - aspire to the right benefits that fully demonstrate your market value. Lisa Gates provides the practical tools to help you understand your worth, and convince the company that you deserve a better offer.