BADASS BODY GOALS
Consider this your personal trainer in book format. When you're focused on obtaining your fitness goals for the booty of your dreams as well as trimming your waist. This book has workout tips that is created by Celebrity Fitness trainer, Jennifer Cohen. You'll find instructions on targeted workouts for 10 weeks and you have the ability to track your process.
This fitness journal allows you to be accountable and to take authority of your goals.
MY SQUIRREL DAYS
Simon and Schuster
If you wanted to know more about Ellie Kemper who starred as Kimmy Schmidt in the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt as well as The Office's, Erin Hanon, this book gives insight into this comedic wife, mother and New Yorker and the funny stories of how she got into the industry, like landing her role in Bridesmaids when she actually was a Bridesmaid!
Ellie talks about her childhood in St Louis from directing/starring in her family holiday pageants, attempting (and failing) at becoming friends with the backyard squirrel, washing her dad's car with a Brillo pad and becoming a “sports monster” who ends up warming the bench of her Division 1 field hockey team in college.
It is worth learning how she navigated the industry and how she stayed true to herself is a lesson in staying positive in an industry that is tough to get into as reflecting on the way one should also approach their own lives no matter what industry they work in.
DEAR MRS. BIRD
Simon and Schuster
Set in London during World War II, we learn about Emmeline Lake who dreams about being a war correspondent and actually becomes a secret advice columnist in the process! Emmy and her best friend, Bunty continue to do their part for the war effort and maintain cheerful dispositions despite the fact that they hear the nightly raids made by German planes.
Emmy answers an ad in the newspaper thinking that her dream of being a Lady Emmy answers an ad in the newspaper thinking that her dream of being a Lady War Correspondent is about to become true and finds that in an epic misunderstanding that she is typing letters for Henrietta Bird, the paper's known advice columnist of Woman's Friend magazine.
Mrs. Bird tells her that letters that are not appropriate must go into the trash.
But when Emmy reads the pleas of women who have engaged too far with the wrong man, (those who don’t want to let their children be evacuated that) she begins to write to them secretly even though she knows she shouldn't.