December's non-fiction: Eating Animals, and Out of Office
November was an all fiction month. Days Without End by Sebastian Barry, the Midnight Library by Matthew Haig, and Triptych by Karin Slaughter
The implication here, I think, is that you can't cheat on autonomy support. When you are in a position of authority (parent, boss), if you have a strong preference for what a person should do, you should just assign it.
This month's fiction: Malibu Rising, American War This month’s non-fiction: The Alignment Problem
September books featured the really wonderful Anxious People, the really challenging Flights, and three non-fiction selections: An Abbreviated Life, High Output Management, and Reality Check.
This summer's fiction: Sing, Unburied, Sing, A Stranger in the House, Foe, Such a Fun Age, The Man Who Saw Everything, Little Fires Everywhere This summer's non-fiction: Bulletproof Problem-Solving, The Fifth Risk, How to be a Family, The Splendid and the Vile
This month's fiction: Girl, Woman, Other; All the Devils Are Here, and Things Fall Apart This month's non-fiction:The Tyranny of Merit, When More is Not Better, and Small is Beautiful.
A round-up of May reading, which was almost entirely non-fiction, aside from a read-aloud to the kids.