Personal Finance for Professionals by Susan A Berson. Aimed at younger adults. First time with a decent salary but plenty of debts to pay.
Civil Rights for Beginners by Paul von Blum. Dang. I thought this was a comics version. Nope. Just has black and white drawings. Covers the early 20th Century through the present.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Divorce by Dr. Samantha Rodman. This reminds me of a Family Circus cartoon where Dolly runs inside the house "[Friend's name] family is getting a divorce! Can we get one too?"
Investing 101 by Michele Cagan, CPA. "Cuts out the boring explanations, and instead provides a hands-on lesson that keeps you engaged as learn how to build a portfolio and expand your savings."
You Did What?!: the biggest blunders professionals make by Kim Zoller and Kerry Preston. Page 78 says, "Scarves should be color coordinated and enhance the suit."
Crack the Code: decrypting your job search by Reid A. Robison and Joseph Ellsworth. That title reminds me of a song but I cannot quite put the tune together. Here's Donnie Iris instead.
CompTIA Network+ by Mike Meyers and Jonathan Weissman. Page 355 says, "Technologies ... on the ... network ... recall ... the ... first-generation ... family."