Wednesday, May 7, 2014

New Self-help books at the library

Self-help books, sometimes called self-improvement, are very popular at the library. A few on our new non-fiction shelf are:
One Simple Idea, how positive thinking reshaped modern life by Mitch Horowitz (150.1988 HOR)

Optimal Living 360, smart decision making for a balanced life by Sanjay Jain, MD, MBA (158.1 JAI)

I Can See Clearly Now by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer (158.1 DYER)

Mr. Horowitz traces the history of the power of positive thinking and explores its efficacy.

Dr. Jain devises methods to improve decision-making abilities.

Dr. Dyer, a well-known inspirational and self-help author writes a memoir with lessons for self-enlightenment.

Browse the 150's on the library new non-fiction shelves or in the stacks for more self-improvement books. Or click on the tag 'self help' in our blog tag cloud for other posts which list self-improvement books the library owns.

For more reading ideas, be sure to sign up for Wowbrary which will send an email to you every Wednesday morning listing the past week's acquisitions at the Berkeley Heights Public Library.
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