5 Books For Your Summer Reading List
Summertime is coming up and that means catching up on reading! Here are a few good reads that we hope will inspire you this Summer:
Questlove takes us on a journey on how to consistently be creative. Some of our favorite practices include micro-meditation: meditating briefly for 10 to 20 seconds before performing or a creative process. Remixing other artists’ work: Questlove would look up his favorite chef’s recipes and re-create dishes with his own twist as a way to stoke his inner creativity.
Mayte García was Prince’s first wife and this memoir was about her time being in a relationship with him and the ups and downs that came with it. She opens up about his weaknesses, irrationality, and the humanly aspects of a musical genius revered for his Godlike creative abilities.
This one is for all the teachers! Learn the science about how using culturally responsive pedagogy can be helpful students’ development. Getting a grasp of a young person’s life journey and background can help you, as an educator, connect learning themes that make sense to their perception of the world.
This novel follows a family through the journey of immigration from the early 1900’s Korea to Japan. It’s a story about love and duty to family, and a glimpse into living in Japan throughout the 20th century as a Korean immigrant.
Do you have an intention or guide for every gathering you organize? From small groups of 4 to a party of 100, this book answers all the questions to make sure you facilitate the best result for your community get-togethers. "Don’t be a chill host, a chill host is an excuse to be selfish.” With the power innate in a host of a party, it is up the host to make sure the attendees have a memorable experience, whether it’s a team meeting or a casual gathering.