What’s On Our Reading List

The Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Solution

(Penguin Group, 2013) by Jacob Teitelbaum, MD

Jacob Teitelbaum’s newest book combines cutting-edge research and 35 years of experience in a book that is fun, informative, and easy to read. His book offers the latest advances in treating fatigue and fibromyalgia and interpreting the often-dismissed symptoms associated with these debilitating conditions. // $15, endfatigue.com


Happily Ever After

(Da Capo Press, 2013) by Trista Sutter

Trisha Sutter, the original Bachelorette, is often asked her secret to being one of the rare reality-TV relationships to make it to the altar and beyond. In this heartfelt book, she shares the simple yet profound keys to finding everyday happiness and success: gratitude and grace. // $24.99, dacapopress.com


Carol’s Alzheimer’s Journey

(LuLu, 2013) by Donald H. Ford, PhD, and Carol C. Ford

Donald Ford created a scientifically based alternative to Alzheimer’s care after his wife, Carol, was struck with the disease. Ford shares this revolutionary plan he used in his new book. Carol’s Alzheimer’s Journey focuses on person-centered quality of care and helps Alzheimer’s sufferers use their remaining capabilities to create a satisfying life. // $26.55, lulu.com


The Art of Healing

(New World Library, 2013) by Bernie S. Siegel, MD

The Art of Healing is the follow-up to Dr. Siegel’s bestseller Love, Medicine, and Miracles and gives you insights into the healing power of drawing, dreams, and intuition. You’ll learn how to use his practices to help with everything from diagnosing and understanding your illness to making the correct treatment decisions. // $16.95, berniesiegelmd.com


Trust Your Gut

(Conari Press, 2013) by Gregory Plotnikoff, MD, and Mark Weisberg, PhD, with Steve LeBeau

This powerful and proven program—developed by the renowned mind-body specialists internist Dr. Gregory Plotnikoff and clinical health psychologist Dr. Mark Weisberg—shows you that you don’t need to suffer with gut pain. This book will teach you to listen to what your body is saying and start healing yourself. // $18.95, redwheelweiser.com


Hayley Hobson’s Hip Guide to Creating Your Sexy and Abundant Life

(CreateSpace, 2013) by Hayley Hobson

This fun and fresh take on life features the wit and wisdom of mom, wife, yogi, and business pioneer Hayley Hobson. Hobson offers terrific recipes featuring vegan specialties as well as various yoga poses. The Hip and Sexy Guide will brighten your day and give you that extra “something” you have been looking for. // $24.95, hayleyhobson.com


Life with a Superhero: Raising Michael Who Has Down Syndrome

(UNT Press, 2013) by Kathryn U. Hulings

Life with a Superhero wraps itself around the raucous joy of Michael, a child from Israel who was given up for adoption because he had Down syndrome. This memoir chronicles both the early years and the ups and downs of parenting a child with Down syndrome. // $29.95, lifewithasuperhero.com


Yoga for Children: 200+ Yoga Poses, Breathing Exercises, and Meditations for Healthier, Happier, More Resilient Children

(Adams Media, 2013) by Lisa Flynn, E-RYT, RCYT

Yoga for Children will encourage your child to learn about yoga with an attentive at-home instructor—you! Flynn guides you and your child through more than 200 yoga poses, meditations, and activities for children aged two to 12. // $17.95, adamsmedia.com


Reduced to Joy

(Cleis Press, 2013) by Mark Nepo

The author of The Book of Awakening brings you Reduced to Joy, a book of 73 poems about the nature of working with what we’re given until it sees us through to joy. Profound and accessible, Nepo’s poems are tools for staying close to what matters. // $15.95, vivaeditions.com