Shelf Life

A photo shows the hands of several African people reaching for water dripping from a metal tap.
Lest We Forget chronicles the time Kwan Kew Lai ’74 spent working as a doctor during the Ebola crisis in Liberia and Sierra Leone, offering an important perspective for understanding that crisis.More
The cover of INVESTED depicts three glass jars with coins in them, one almost empty, one half-full, and one overflowing.
Danielle Town ’03, corporate lawyer and daughter of an investment guru, realized that her successful career was not bringing her the financial freedom and happiness she desired. Invested details her 12-month journey from finance novice to making investments on her own.More
The cover of SAVING CENTRAL PARK depicts author Elizabeth Barlow Rogers leaning against a large rock outcropping in the park, with the silhouettes of skyscapers visible in the background.
Elizabeth Barlow Rogers ’57, New York City’s first Central Park administrator and recipient of the 1989 Alumnae Achievement Award, has written a memoir/history of her remarkable leadership in restoring, conserving, and managing the city’s green heart.More
An illustration on the cover of Can You Hear A Coo Coo? shows two birds facing each other, each saying "Coo."
New books by Wellesley authorsMore