#25 – Maps of Meaning by Jordan Peterson (My 100 Favorite Books)

This may be the most controversial entry on my list, as the author has become famous (or infamous) in recent years.  I read this book in 2014 on the recommendation of a friend, found it wordy and challenging, posted a review on Goodreads and that was it.  At the time there were maybe ten total…

Maps of Meaning by Jordan Peterson (Review)

A few weeks ago my three year old daughter and I went to the library to check out some books.  Usually she heads right to the section with Curious George while I peruse the kids books, looking for new and fun stories.  Lately she's been randomly grabbing books off the shelf and declaring she wants…