The coffee-table book is an essential read for anyone looking to explore the healing elements of physical treatments.
Coffee table books, if chosen well, can be more than a decorative statement, a conversation piece, or a half-hearted attempt at making yourself look cultured.
With my life on hold, and little income coming in, I was forced to rethink everything. I had to abandon the frantic pace of modern life, overwork and consumerism, and seek out a different way of living.
I would encourage everyone sheltering in place to revisit a novel from their childhood or reread an old feel-good book. If you are short on ideas, here are a few recommendations for books that make you feel good.
The author behind Station Eleven and a debut novelist both explore the power and mystery of the British Columbian wilds.
Travel writer Pico Iyer discusses his new memoir, Autumn Light: Season of Fire and Farewells.
Ken Babstock reviews Sontag: Her Life and Work by Benjamin Moser and Testosterone Rex by Cordelia Fine.
Our digital editors are reading two very different books and they want you to know about them.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: For half a century David Suzuki has been a cautioning voice about our stewardship of the planet.