We Recommend: Making Your Move
The Role I Played: Canada’s Greatest Olympic Hockey Team, Sami Jo Small, ’98; ECW Press. Small offers a fascinating insider’s account of the intensity, competition and camaraderie of elite women’s hockey.
See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love, Valarie Kaur, ’03; One World. Can no-holds-barred, radical acceptance of “the other” lead to justice and healing in fractured communities? (Spoiler: Yes, but the road is bumpy.)
Tiny Imperfections, Alli Frank, MA ’99, and Asha Youmans; G.P. Putnam’s Sons. Make a great escape with this novel of ambition, family and the absurdities of private-school admissions in San Francisco.
The Joy of Movement: How Exercise Helps Us Find Happiness, Hope, Connection and Courage, Kelly McGonigal, PhD ’04; Avery. Shake your tail feather—it can give your blues a break and boost feelings of belonging.
Eva and Otto: Resistance, Refugees, and Love in the Time of Hitler, Tom Pfister, ’70, Kathy Pfister and Peter Pfister; Purdue University Press. Letter by love letter, the correspondence of a young German couple builds a story of their work to undermine fascism and support the Allied war effort.