by Ezra Klein
Sex, Explained is a detailed exploration of all stages of the sexual journey, from arousal and attraction through to fertility and childbirth.
Sex Robots and Vegan Meat
by Jenny Kleeman
This book delves into the potential effect of technology on birth, death, food, and sex in an attempt to discover whether the future truly holds an ideal world without sacrifice.
by Peter Ackroyd
The life and work of English literature's most influential playwright and poet is examined in depth in this engrossing biography.
Shane Snow on Storytelling
by Shane Snow
Established writer Shane Snow will show you how to become a compelling storyteller, demonstrating how you should draw people in and get them to believe in what your story, thus giving you the power to make change.
In this July 2021 podcast episode, Alie Ward and marine biologist Dr. Chris Lowe discuss sharks, and why these fascinating creatures are far more than the terrifying monsters we see on 'Shark Week.'
She Comes First
by Ian Kerner, PhD
She Comes First is a guide to improving sex by emphasizing the female orgasm, explaining why changing your mindset about sex and focusing on more intricate stimulation techniques can be more enjoyable than intercourse for both men and women.
She Has Her Mother's Laugh
by Carl Zimmer
Science writer Carl Zimmer dives into the history and science of genes and heredity, exploring the past - and future - of the human genome.
by Jodi Kantor et al.
She Said tells the story of how New York Times journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey exposed the Harvey Weinstein scandal, showing how journalism can help transform decades of abuse into a worldwide movement.
by Phil Knight
Shoe Dog is the autobiography of Nike's founder, Phil Knight, who at last decided to share the story of how he founded one of the most iconic, profitable and world-changing brands in the world.
by Chris Guillebeau
Side Hustle shows you how to set up new income streams without quitting your day job, taking you all the way from your initial idea to your first earned dollars - in just 27 days.
by Dr. Pippa Malmgren
Dr. Pippa Malmgren explains how she sees signals of economic change in nearly every aspect of daily life and uses these to describe changes in the world economy.
Sikhism: A Very Short Introduction
by Eleanor Nesbitt
This entry in the Oxford Very Short Introductions series takes a concise look at the history and teachings of Sikhism.
Silence: In the Age of Noise
by Erling Kagge
In the modern world, noise is inescapable. Managing noise and finding silence can change our foundational philosophies on life.
by Rachel Carson
Silent Spring is the story that sparked the global grassroots environmental movement in 1962, explaining how chemical pesticides work, their drawbacks, and how we can better protect crops in more sustainable ways.
Simple and Free
by Jen Hatmaker
Simple & Free follows Jen Hatmaker's struggle as she follows self-imposed rules to reduce her consumption and shows us the lessons she learned along the way.
Simple As Water
by Megan Mylan
Megan Mylan's documentary Simple As Water follows the heartbreaking stories of Syrian families amidst the civil war plaguing their homeland, exploring the power of love, the horrors of violence, and the realities of displacement.
Simple Email Marketing for Makers
by Megan Auman
Simple Email Marketing for Makers is a handy guide to using email marketing as a small business.
Simple Productivity: How to Accomplish More with Less
by Greg McKeown
Become more productive while doing less as New York Times bestselling author Greg McKeown shares how to take back control of your life with 'essentialism'.
by Donald Sull
Simple Rules shows you how to come up with clear-cut rules and boundaries to follow so you can embrace discipline, navigate our complex world, and reach your goals.
by Christopher Perceptions
Simply NFT is a comprehensive introduction to help you understand the next big thing coming from the world of cryptocurrency and the blockchain.