[PW] Reading recommendations for a 19yr old

Sue Montgomery sue.montgomery at rmlib.org
Thu Jan 17 07:15:27 PST 2019

Hi Stacey,
Shoe Dog, Nike Founder Phil Knight's 2016 memoir comes immediately to mind.
I think it might be perfect.  (He seems like  real nice guy, too.)
"In this candid and riveting memoir, for the first time ever, Nike founder
and CEO Phil Knight shares the inside story of the company's early days as
an intrepid start-up and its evolution into one of the world's most iconic,
game-changing, and profitable brands."
Sue Montgomery
Rolling Meadows Library
3110 Martin Lane
Rolling Meadows, IL 60008
sue.montgomery at rmlib.org

On Sat, Apr 7, 2018 at 12:54 PM Stacey Marien <smarien at american.edu> wrote:

> Hello Wombats
> I have a friend who has asked me for book recommendations for her 19 year
> old son - here is her description
>  Looking for books about good role models, people who were smart and
> figured things out and did the work and became a success (the son is
> already an entrepreneur) - no emotionally distraught stuff.  He liked News
> of the World (because the Old man was calm and just got the job done) and
> Andre Agassi's autobiography.  He doesn't want to read about histrionics,
> self-doubt or whining.
> So I think feel good, little guy makes big stories - any suggestions?  I
> have no idea where to begin since I pretty much just read mysteries!
> Thanks for any help
> Stacey
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