billthebassist wrote:I'm currently enjoying Inside out : a personal history of Pink Floyd by Nick Mason.
Me, too. Pretty interesting. Recently finished Shakey
by Jimmy McDonough - the definitive authorized biography of Neil Young. Amazing detail. Made me like him even more. (Heh, heh, heh...)
For work I'm reading Addiction in Human Development
by Jacqueline Wallen and Deculturalization and the Struggle for Equality
by Joel Spring. Gotta keep current.
And of course an art book - Ike Taiga and Tokuyama Gyokuran - Japanese Masters of the Brush
by Felice Fischer and Kyoko Kinoshita. Look at the pictures more than read the text.
For anyone who has kids that are reluctant readers I highly recommend The Invention of Hugo Cabret
by Brian Selznick. It's a graphic novel your kids won't be able to put down - even those that hate to read. And anything by Peter Sis.