I forgot.

Usually I’m quite good at remembering when I should post in the blog, but today it completely slipped my mind. I’m going to blame this one on my four-day weekend, and offer an apology for my lateness in the form a booklist about memory.

Moonwalking with Einstein – This one won’t be released until March, but at least it has a memorable title. Be sure to mark your calendars – but only if you remember where you put your calendar. (Also available as an audiobook!)

How to be a Mentalist – Improve your memory and mess with other people at the same time? Hook me up! (Note to self: remember to buy the TV series for the Main library tomorrow. How did we forget this one?)

100 Simple Things You Can Do to Prevent Alzheimer’s and Age-Related Memory Loss – I hope that one of them is “work in a library.” Better yet if it’s “work in a library that likes to rearrange all of its books every five to seven years.”

101 Theory Drive: A Neuroscientist’s Quest for Memory – Bored by dry scientific texts? Try joining a swearing drunken hippie on his quest to understand the mechanics of memory. But it’s okay, he’s a scientist.

The Secret Life of the Grown-up Brain: The Surprising Talents of the Middle-aged Mind – I don’t think I’m middle-aged yet, but it’s nice to know that my brain won’t turn to pudding when I do get there. As an aside, I do enjoy pudding.

Well, that’s a decent start. If you’re looking for more books about memory, be sure to ask one of our fine librarians. Most of us can still remember how to find them.

– Amy

P.S. Yeah, I forgot to put these in alphabetical order. I know.

100 simple things you can do to prevent Alzheimer’s and age-related memory loss

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  1. Rebekah

    Love it! You are forgiven for your forgetfulness due to the humor and sarcasm of this post.

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