Reading List – 2015

I started 2015 off pretty strong with a lot of reading, then had some months where I barely read at all. But overall, I’m pretty happy with the number of books I’ve read especially in the last few weeks of the year.

Here’s a list of all the books I’ve read in 2015, in no particular order:

  1. Stickeen – John Muir
  2. My First Summer in the Sierra – John Muir
  3. Ghost Trails – Jill Homer
  4. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance – Robert M. Pirsig
  5. Life in the Slow Lane – David Cornthwaite
  6. Janapar – Tom Allen
  7. Art Before Breakfast – Danny Gregory
  8. Digital Photography for Beginners – Crys Kirkland
  9. Iggy Peck, Architect – Andrea Beaty, David Roberts
  10. Rosie Revere, Engineer – Andrea Beaty, David Roberts
  11. Sketchnote Handbook – Mike Rohde
  12. Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor – Jon Scieska
  13. Telephone – Mac Barnett, Jen Corace
  14. Look Up! – Annette LeBlanc Cate
  15. Nerdy Birdy – Aaron Reynolds, Matt Davies
  16. National Wildlife Federation’s World of Birds – Kim Kirki
  17. How We Learn – Benedict Carey
  18. The Obstacle is the Way – Ryan Holiday
  19. Desert Solitaire – Edward Abbey
  20. Adventures with Barefoot CrittersTeagan White
  21. The First 20 Hours – Josh Kaufman
  22. The Girl and the Bicycle – Mark Pett
  23. The Adventures of Beekle – Dan Santat
  24. Sparky! – Jenny Offill, Chris Appelhans
  25. Nature Anatomy – Julia Rothman
  26. A Brave New World – Albus Huxley
  27. Wild – Cheryl Strayed
  28. Hello Ruby: Adventures in Coding – Linda Liukas

Here are a few titles I really want to read in 2016:

  1. Arctic Glass – Jill Homer
  2. The Art of Asking – Amanda Palmer
  3. The Chocolate War – Robert Cormier
  4. Enchiridion – Epictetus
  5. Meditations – Marcus Aurelius
  6. Cat’s Cradle – Kurt Vonnegut
  7. Lilith’s Brood – Octavia E. Butler
  8. A Brief History of Time – Stephen Hawkin
  9. An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth – Chris Hadfield
  10. Going Somewhere – Brian Benson
  11. The Monkey Wrench Gang – Edward Abbey
  12. Something by the Dalai Lama
  13. The Sculpter by Scott McCloud
  14. The Big Year – Mak Obmascik

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