Each holiday season we look forward to bringing you a new list of books we enjoyed this year. We are excited to share with you this year's Holiday Reading List, curated by the MERU team.
As we all look forward to the holidays to unwind and recharge, we hope you find some time to open the pages (or power on the Kindle) to enjoy a new book! Our 2022 reading list captures a variety of great reads hand-picked by our team - perfect to gift to friends and family or keep for yourself.
From all of us, we wish you a happy holiday and a wonderful new year.
- The MERU team
Working Out Loud
by John Stepper
A wildly popular, proven approach for personal and professional transformation that guides you to set goals and build relationships to help you achieve them. Thousands have embraced the 'Working Out Loud' method and experienced how it opens them up to new people and possibilities. Emphasizes generosity and connection, helping you learn how to reach and engage people, how to experiment and deal with setbacks, and how to make yourself and your work more visible.
by Christopher Mims
A fun and informative read providing a high-level overview of the global supply chain. Journey along with a USB charger as it travels from Asia to an end consumer in the United States. Along the way, Mims spends chapters talking about cargo ships, disruption centers, the trucking and rail sectors, and what the future of these industries have in store.
The Adventures of Lily Huckleberry Around The World
by Audrey Smit and Jackie Knapp
Come along to France, Australia, Egypt, Canada, Russia, Tanzania, and Peru with Lily Huckleberry! The fourth book of this whimsical series for kids aims to show the beauty and diversity of the world. It gives young readers a brave female role model to look up to, foster their imaginations and create a society of little explorers who are curious about the world and always ready for adventure.
The Splendid and The Vile
by Erik Larson
The Splendid and The Vile takes readers back to a time of true leadership, when, in the face of unrelenting horror, Winston Churchill's eloquence, courage, and perseverance bound a country, and a family, together. This read is a "fresh and compelling portrait of Winston Churchill and London during the Blitz", and tells the story through cinematic-detail of how Churchill taught the British people 'the art of being fearless'.
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