Read Like a Librarian: (Auto)Biography edition

It’s time again to read like a Librarian! This time we’re featuring our librarians’ top picks for biographies, autobiographies, and memoirs. From compelling and historic “Digging for Richard the III” to the rip roaring real life stories of Chuck Klosterman, visit the lives of real life characters, and experience¬†how truth is very often stranger than fiction.

BIOGRAPHY / AUTOBIOGRAPHY / MEMOIR

COUNCIL TREE LIBRARY STAFF

“Drawn to Injustice” Timothy Masters
“Gabby” Gabrielle Giffords
“Mrs. Kennedy and Me” Clint Hill
“An Invisible Thread” Laura Schroff
“Angel in the Rubble” Genelle Guzman-McMillan

OLD TOWN LIBRARY STAFF

“Clouds of Glory” Michael Korda
“I’ll Take You There” Greg Kot
“Digging For Richard III” Mike Pitts
“Little Failure” Gary Shteyngart
“Soldier Girls” Helen Thorpe

ROTATING STAFF

“Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs” Chuck Klosterman
“Heavier Than Heaven” Charles R. Cross
“Girl in a Band” Kim Gordon
“Love Is a Mix Tape” Rob Sheffield
“Chuck Klosterman IV” Chuck Klosterman
“Secret Life of Houdini” Willliam Kalush & Larry Sloman
“Pieces of My Heart” Robert Wagner & Scott Eyman
“The Diving Bell and the Butterfly” Jean-Dominique Bauby
“Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight” Alexandra Fuller
“The Sexual Life of Catherine M.” Catherine Millet

Which titles and authors would you add to the list?