Whether your patrons manage their anxiety by kneading sourdough loaves, knitting scarves, organizing their junk drawer, training for a marathon, embracing gratitude, or meditating every morning, these books will help them find ways to feel more calm.
Cool Beans by Joe Yonan
Calling all cooks who are #quarantinecooking. Cool Beans is a fresh, modern look at the diverse world of beans, chickpeas, lentils, pulses, and more—featuring 125 recipes for globally inspired vegetarian mains, snacks, soups, and desserts, from a James Beard Award-winning food writer. Chances are good you already have these ingredients in your pantry!
A Course in Meditation by Osho
A 21-day experiential course designed to give readers a taste of meditation as it was taught by the contemporary mystic Osho.
A-Z of Knitting by Country Bumpkin
If you are new to knitting or just want to learn a new knitting technique, then this is the book for you! Everything from the basics to embellishing your knitting with surface embroidery, Swiss darning, smocking, beads and sequins!
Burning Bright: Rituals, Reiki, and Self-Care to Heal Burnout, Anxiety, and Stress by Kelsey J. Patel
You have a choice. There is a path out of pain, anxiety, burnout, and the feeling of complete overwhelm. This book is your invitation to choose that path.
“Patel shares how to tap into subtle energy shifts through simple yet powerful practices that you can do on yourself.”—Goop
The Way of Gradtitude by Galen Guengerich
A leading minister offers an inspiring guide to living a meaningful life by embracing the power of gratitude.
Project 333 by Courtney Carver
In Project 333, minimalist expert and author of Soulful Simplicity Courtney Carver takes a new approach to living simply—starting with your wardrobe. Project 333 promises that not only can you survive with just 33 items in your closet for 3 months, but you’ll thrive just like the thousands of woman who have taken on the challenge and never looked back. Time to get #quarantidy.
Laughter Yoga by Madan Kataria, M.D.
Could you use a good laugh? This definitive guide by the founder of the worldwide laughter yoga movement will show you how to giggle your way to good health!
Want to learn more about meditating, letting go of anxiety, and creating rituals that restore balance to your life, body, and mind? In a time of uncertainty, stay in the present with A Guide to Calm, featuring excerpts from six incredible books.