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My reads by year

A list of the all the books I have read each year.

2020

  1. When breath becomes air – Paul Kalanithi
  2. The Dispossessed – Ursula Le Guin
  3. The Book of Humans – Adam Rutherford
  4. Robinson Crusoe – Daniel Defoe
  5. The Count of Monte Cristo – Alexander Dumas
  6. An American Marriage – Tayari Jones
  7. Four Ways to Forgiveness – Ursula Le Guin
  8. The Telling – Ursula Le Guin
  9. Age of Innocence – Edith Wharton
  10. A quiet education – Jamie Thom

2019

  1. Trivium 21c – by Martin Robinson
  2. Prisoners of Geography – by Tim Marshall
  3. The Left Hand of Darkness – by Ursula Le Guin
  4. I am Pilgrim – by Terry Hayes
  5. The Handmaid’s Tale – by Margaret Attwood
  6. Slaughter House 5 – by Kurt Vonnegut
  7. A Wizard of Earthsea – by Ursula Le Guin
  8. The Tombs of Atuan – by Ursula Le Guin
  9. The Farthest Shore – by Ursula Le Guin
  10. Tales from Earthsea – by Ursula Le Guin
  11. The Other Wind – by Ursula Le Guin
  12. The Three-Body Problem – by Cixin Liu
  13. The Righteous Mind – by Jonathan Haidt
  14. The Curriculum – Gallimaufry to coherence – by Mary Myatt
  15. School Leadership and education system reform – edited by Peter Earley and Toby Greany
  16. Rocannan’s World – by Ursula Le Guin
  17. Planet of Exile – by Ursula Le Guin
  18. City of Illusions – by Ursula Le Guin
  19. The Word for World is Forest – by Ursula Le Guin
  20. Single & Single – John Le Carré
  21. How the World Thinks: A Global History of Philosophy – Julian Baggini
  22. The Coddling of the American Mind – Greg Lukinoff and Jonathan Haidt
  23. Blueprint: How DNA makes us who we are – Robert Plomin
  24. The New Silk Roads – Peter Frankopan
  25. The Paper Menagerie – Ken Liu
  26. All That Man Is – David Salazay
  27. The Bone Clocks- David Mitchell
  28. The Machine – James Smythe

2018

  1. What is this thing called knowledge? – by Duncan Pritchard. Read as part of Oxford Universities online CPD course – theory of knowledge
  2. Epistemology: Contemporary readings – edited by Michael Huemer
  3. What if everything you knew about education was wrong? – by David Didau – my review.
  4. Cleverlands – by Lucy Crehan
  5. Seven myths about education – by Daisy Christodoulou
  6. Making good progress? – by DaisyChristodoulou
  7. Why knowledge matters: rescuing our children from failed educational theories – by E.D. Hirsch
  8. Ouroboros –  by Greg Ashman
  9. What does this look like in the classroom? – by Carl Hendrick and Robin MacPherson
  10. The Sword of Honour Trilogy – by Evelyn Waugh
  11. Millionaire Teacher – by Andrew Hallam
  12. Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind – by Yuval Noah Harari
  13. Millionaire Expat – by Andrew Hallam
  14. Tiger Head, Snake Tails: China today, how it got there and why it has to change – by Jonathan Fenby
  15. A parent’s guide to raising kids Overseas (Volume 1) – by Jeff Devens
  16. Homo Deus: a brief history of tomorrow – by Yuval Noah Harari
  17. Fierce conversations: achieving success in work and in life, one conversation at a time – by Susan Scott
  18. The first 90 days, updated and expanded; proven strategies for getting up to speed faster and smarter – by Michael D. Watkins
  19. 21 lessons for the 21st Century – by Yuval Noah Harari
  20. Fahrenheit 451 – by Ray Bradbury
  21. Brave new world – by Aldous Huxley
  22. This is going to hurt – by Adam Kay
  23. Educated – Tara Westover

2017

  1. Raising babies – by Steve Biddulph
  2. A brief history of everyone who ever lived – by Adam Rutherford
  3. Patient H.M. – by Luke Dittrich
  4. The Serengeti rules – by Sean Carroll
  5. Battle hymn of the tiger teachers: the Michaela way – edited by Katherine Birbalsingh
  6. American Gods – by Neil Gaiman
  7. Neverwhere – by Neil Gaiman
  8. How the Marquis got his coat back – by Neil Gaiman
  9. Stardust – by Neil Gaiman
  10. The ocean at the end of the lane – by Neil Gaiman
  11. Anansi boys – by Neil Gaiman
  12. The rise and fall of D.O.D.O – by Neil Stephenson and Nicole Galland
  13. What every teacher needs to know about psychology – by David Didau and Nick Rose
  14. How to stop time – by Matt Haig
  15. Why don’t students like school? – by Daniel Willingham
  16. Coraline – by Neil Gaiman
  17. The graveyard book – by Neil Gaiman
  18. Fragile things – by Neil Gaiman
  19. Smoke and mirrors – by Neil Gaiman
  20. His Dark Materials: The complete trilogy – by Philip Pullman
  21. Trigger Warning – by Neil Gaiman
  22. Norse Mythology – by Neil Gaiman
  23. Good Omens – by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

2016

  1. How to raise an adult – by Julie Lythcott-Haims – my review.
  2. What is the point of school? – by Guy Claxton
  3. Making thinking visible – by Ron Richhardt – my review.
  4. Aping mankind – by Raymond Tallis
  5. Getting Darwin wrong – by Brendan Wallace
  6. The problems of philosophy – by Bertrand Russell
  7. Why evolution is true – by Jerry Coyne
  8. Faith vs fact – by Jerry Coyne
  9. Seven Storey Mountain – by Thomas Merton
  10. Seveneves – by Neal Stephenson
  11. Never let me go – by Kazuo Ishiguro
  12. What is the point of school – by Guy Claxton
  13. Being Mortal: Illness, Medicine and What Matters in the End – by Atul Gawande
  14. Religion for Atheists – by Alain de Botton
  15. The Remains of the day – by Kazuo Ishiguro
  16. Fireflies – by Shiva Naipaul
  17. The Young Atheist’s Handbook: Lessons for living a good life without God – by Alom Shaha
  18. Justice – Michael Sandel
  19. The vital question: why is life the way it is? – by Nick Lane

2015

  1. The brain at school: educational neuroscience in the classroom – by John Geake
  2. Classroom-based research and evidence-based practice – by Keith Taber
  3. Ways of learning: learning theories and learning styles in the classroom – by Alan Pritchard
  4. Pedagogy of the oppressed – by Paolo Freire
  5. Visible learning for teachers – by John Hattie
  6. Thinking, fast and slow – by Daniel Kahneman
  7. Raising girls – by Steve Biddulph
  8. Full catastrophe living – by Jon Kabat Zinn
  9. The moral landscape – by Sam Harris
  10. A Universe from nothing – by Laurence Krauss

2014

  1. Good work – by Howard Gardner, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, and William Damon
  2. Intelligence reframed – by Howard Gardner
  3. Contemporary theories of learning – by Knud Illeris
  4. Teaching as if life matters – by Christopher Uhl
  5. Nonviolent Communication – by Marshall Rosenberg
  6. The last child in the woods – by Richard Louv
  7. The sixth extinction: an unnatural history – by Elizabeth Kolbert
  8. Neanderthal man – by Svante Paabo
  9. The serpents promise – by Steve Jones
  10. The language of life – by Francis Collins
  11. Creation: the origin of life/the future of life – by Adam Rutherford
  12. Your inner fish – by Neil Shubin
  13. Life Ascending – by Nick Lane
  14. The Baroque cycle (3 books) – by Neal Stephenson
  15. The magic of reality – by Richard Dawkins

Earlier

  1. Bad Science – by Ben Goldacre
  2. Thirteen things that don’t make sense – by Michael Brooks
  3. The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks – by Rebecca Skloot
  4. The rational optimist – by Matt Ridley
  5. Quantum evolution: the new science of life – by Johnjoe Mcfadden
  6. The diversity of life – by E.O. Wilson
  7. Impossibility – by John Barrow
  8. Collapse – by Jared Diamond
  9. The self illusion – by Bruce Hood
  10. The selfish gene – by Richard Dawkins
  11. Genome – by Matt Ridley
  12. The secret life of trees – by Colin Tudge
  13. The man who mistook his wife for a hat – Oliver Sacks
  14. The Handmaid’s tail – by Margaret Atwood
  15. The Inheritors – by William Golding
  16. The Baroque cycle – by Neal Stephenson
  17. The greatest show on earth – by Richard Dawkins
  18. The song of the Dodo – by David Quammen
  19. The lives of a cell – by Lewis Thomas
  20. Fifty ideas you really need to know – by Hayley Birch
  21. The violinists thumb – by Sam Keen
  22. All the Evelyn Waugh novels and travel writing
  23. Game of thrones

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