A little German girl growing up during World War II. As a small child she really only knows about war and nazis from what she hears from the adults around her. It' an interesting perspective.
Basically, a diet book that talks about how to eat instead of what. Rather than telling you how much kale and tofu to eat, it talks about eating what you want (in moderation of course).
I understand that selling and retail will most likely be a large part of my occupation (once I find a job again). So in an effort to be a better salesperson, I picked this up.
It's pretty much just what it says. I'm still not quite sure what I think about it.
Another beauty history book, this has a focus on products and how makeup went from being forbidden (only daring women and prostitutes dared to wear in public) to being something we can use everyday.
Have you read anything interesting lately? What's next on your list?