The weather has finally turned, and for many of us, we’re dreaming of sitting outside and grabbing our latest reading materials. Need some suggestions? Here are some highly praised new publications that combine personal memoir with sage advice that should keep you reading and engaged: You Don’t Look Your Age…and Other Fairy Tales by Sheila Nevins. You may know her as the person who’s churned out award winning documentaries for HBO for over 30 years, but what you may not know is what this 78-year-old dynamo has had to go through to achieve the career success she’s had. With praise from Meryl Streep and comparisons to Nora Ephron and Anna Quindlen, this book will likely delight as you follow Nevin’s journey through work, motherhood and aging. Or, try Say Yes- Flying Solo After 60 by Pamela Hull. Published last fall, this book chronicles the journey, and now adventure, of putting a life back together after a long term marriage ends with the death of a spouse. And along similar lines, Sheryl Sandberg’s newest book, Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience and Finding Joy, arrives in bookstores on April 24th. Most people know that this Facebook COO suddenly lost her husband, but what you may not know is the grief, adversity and ultimate resilience she found as she recovered from this tragedy. Written with Wharton psychologist Adam Grant, this book is intended for anyone facing adversity- be it illness, job loss, grief or natural disaster- who needs help finding inner strength in the journey to recovery. And it’s the catalyst for OptionB.org, a new organization Sandberg has started. Happy Reading!