Suggest a Book

Want to suggest a book for us to read and review? Just post a comment below. Feel free to include a link to the book on and your opinion as to why it is an important book for the President and/or other leaders to read. Note: You may want to check our Pending Review page before making your suggestion.

  • Yvette Jones

    I think a staple for every president should be The Federalist Papers. I also just saw a recommendation from a friend for “Where Have All the Leaders Gone?” by Lee Iacocca. It looks good, but I haven’t read it myself yet.

  • Sara

    ‘Awaken the Giant Within’ by Tony Robbins. Every President could use motivation. And when motivation is needed, Tony Robbins fulfills.
    Also, ‘Good to Great’ by Jim Collins – Doesn’t the title itself explain why?

  • Yvette Jones

    I wanted to add another book I just read that is great for leaders as well as parents, husbands, and wives. It’s called “The Anatomy of Peace”.

  • Steve Bush

    I concur with Yvette about the Federalist Papers. Anyone who wants to understand the Constitution should read these.

  • Linda Spencer

    “The Creature From Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve”

  • Mike

    Murray Rothbard’s Conceived in Liberty is not to be matched for comprehensive pre-revolutionary American History. The tenets of the nation are fully explained and exposed here.

    The struggle between liberty and power is something every President should understand, so as not to be on the wrong side of this struggle. Many of the current arguments were debated 300 years ago – and the effects of bad decisions have already been lived out.

  • Orville Douglas

    Hello my name is Orville Lloyd Douglas I am a gay Canadian poet and I am just letting you know about my new poetry book Under My Skin. The publisher is Guernica Editions and the ISBN is 9781550718492. The poems are incendiary but important they take the reader into the world of the gay black man. The poems challenge homophobia in society. There is a lot of homophobia in the black community and Under My Skin challenges black homophobia. Here is a book review of Under My Skin it was reviewed by George Elliott Clarke in the Chronicle Herald newspaper.‎ George Elliott Clarke gave Under My Skin a positive review he is also a very famous poet in Canada. Clarke is currently a visiting scholar at Harvard University.