As I mentioned last month, I tend to go through 2-4 audiobooks a week, and keeping a log of them for the last few months has confirmed that.
This month I had a total of 16 (9 YA and 7 adult books)
Here are my YA:
My favorite non-fiction research books this month were:
A well-balanced and researched book on the roots of religion in general and (more specifically) the Abraham-God religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. This one kept me company while shopping on Black Friday (from 4 am to 1 pm).
A scenic, multicultural tour exploring the findings of positive psychology in action. It seeks the answer to that not-so-age-old question, what makes individuals and groups of people happy.
What about you? Read any of these YA or interesting non-fiction? Any writers doing research (interesting or uninteresting)?