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Mindful Education’s books of 2019

As the year comes to an end, the teams of Mindful Education got together for a final project to create a collection of their top books of 2019 📚

Scroll to see what each team put down for their top reads of this year 👇

 

Starting with the Academic team…

Death And The Penguin by Andrey Kurkov

   

All the Ghosts in the Machine by Elaine Kasket

   

The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down: How to Be Calm and Mindful in a Fast-Paced World Haemin Sunim

   

Bowl. Sleep. Repeat.: Inside the World of England’s Greatest-Ever Bowler by Jimmy Anderson

   

 

Onto the Finance team 

For Whom The Bell Tolls By Ernest Hemingway 

     

The Prophet By Khalil Gibran

     

Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney

   

 

Top picks from the Marketing team 

Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall

   

Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts

   

Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari

   

Stoner by John Williams 

 

The Testaments by Margaret Attwood 

   

 

Creative team 

Stubborn Archivist by Yara Rodrigues Fowler

 

 

The tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo

 

 

What you see is what you get by Alan Sugar

 

 

Slay in your lane by Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinene 

 

 

Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine by Gail Honeyman

 

 

Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

 

 

Digital team

This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor by Adam Kay

 

 

Docker on Amazon Web Services: Build, deploy, and manage your container applications at scale by Justin Menga

 

 

Beyond The Last Blue Mountain: A Life Of J. R. D. Tata

 

 

And finally the Operations team 

The Circle by Dave Eggers

 

 

The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson

 

 

Kids book: The Day The Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt

 

 

The Fourth Education Revolution: Will Artificial Intelligence liberate or infantilise humanity? by Anthony Seldon and Oladimeji Abidoye.

 

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