Dean Minor’s Winter Reading List
Lloyd B. Minor, MD, dean of Stanford School of Medicine, recently shared his new list of recommended reading for the winter on social media (Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter). Describing his recommendations, Dean Minor stated:
For my recommended reading this winter, I was drawn to books that illuminated hidden worlds, shared insights about others, and challenged my assumptions. One explores the fundamental unit of all life on earth, while another examines how to manifest the kernels of inspiration. Two provide glimpses into lived experiences that differ from mine: how to find healing after trauma and how young people born in the digital age approach the world. The last is a beautifully written, heart-wrenching novel about overcoming adversity. I hope you enjoy these recommendations.
You can read Dean Minor’s recommendations through Lane Library:
Access these books and more leisure reading!
Print copies of all the books are available at Lane Library. To access the ebooks, you need a SUNet ID for login. All ebooks are limited to one simultaneous user.
The ebooks are available through Stanford Libraries’ Overdrive platform. Use your SUNet ID to log in to Overdrive to explore a curated collection of ebooks and audiobooks. To access materials on your mobile device, download Overdrive’s Libby app. Many public libraries also use Overdrive and the Libby app to provide easy access to leisure reading materials. Check out your local public library to explore options! You can log into the Northern California Digital Library on Overdrive with a public library card from the City of Palo Alto Public Library and many other local libraries.
What are you reading this winter? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.