More than Enough - I have actually read this one three times since I got it as a gift. Even though some of it is a repeat from his Total Money Makeover and Financial Peace University, I think it's still really motivational. Totally helps to keep me on the straight and narrow when it comes to saving bones.
Einstein Never Used Flash Cards - This one was great. I got it as a gift and it was definitely the mental boost I needed. It's easy to get caught up in the you-need-to-buy-one-of-everything-BabiesRUs-sells-otherwise-your-kid-will-be-illiterate-retarded-and-socially-inept hype. This was a great reminder that it doesn't take all that fluff to raise your child well.
David Copperfield - Ahhhhhh, Charles Dickens. I like his dry, sarcastic sense of humor. So funny. I mean, seriously, who can keep a straight face when Betsey Trotwood starts hollerin' about those donkeys?!?!? I'd probably bark at donkeys too, but it's still funny.
The Big Three in Economics: Adam Smith, Karl Marx, and John Maynard Keynes - Yeah, yeah. I know, a smidge boring. I'm trying to keep my brain muscles working so, I keep the wheels 'a turnin' with some reading of substance where I might actually learn something. While not exactly a page-turner, I definitely learned some new stuff about economics. Dry but worthwhile.