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Today I Made a Difference: A Collection of Inspirational Stories from America's Top Educators  

by Joseph W. Underwood.

This book highlights the stories of top educators in the United States. Each story is about an obstacle that was overcome, a source of internal power to persevere, and reward. Read this book for inspiration to make a difference, as an educator. 

Go Get That Grant: A Practical Guide for Libraries and Nonprofit Organizations

by Gail M. Staines

This book details how libraries can search for and apply for grants. In this book, you’ll find information on types of grants like foundation grants or government grants. It also includes how to locate grants. Unique to libraries and nonprofits, it explains identifying features of fundable programs.

Disaster Response and Recovery 

by David A. McEntire

This book details types of disasters that may occur and appropriate emergency responses. After reading this book, individuals will understand expected challenges to emergency responses and tools and techniques to help protect lives. 

Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Well-Being 

by Dr. Andrew Well MD

In the book, Dr. Weil discusses what one can do in terms of diet, excercise, and sharing information with loved ones. It is known as a positive, informative and pragmatic read. 

Here for Good: Community Foundations and the Challenges of the 21st Century 

by Terry Mazany

President of the Chicago Community Trust, Mazany, discusses the need for knowledge and best practices among community foundations. 

Innovation and Entrepreneurship 

by Peter Drucker 

This book is a grat read, if you want to learn more about Peter Drucker's advice for the nonprofit sector, new business, public service institutions, and other new venturs in today's economy. 

The Five Most Important Questions

by Peter Drucker 

Along with contributing writers, Peter Drucker asks every organization to question the following:

  • What is our Mission? 
  • Who is our Customer? 
  • What does the Customer Value? 
  • What are our Results? 
  • What is our Plan?

Managing the Nonprofit Organization 

by Peter Drucker 

In this book, Drucker provides exemplary samples of a well-though out mission, leadership skills, the ability to locate and utilize resources, outstanding marketing, reviewed goals, and more. He also interviews experts to identify and discuss key issues in the nonprofit sector.