Something which is very handy for work: "Presentation Zen", by Guy Kawasaki. Ideas on getting out of PowerPoint hell. Great stuff. Also, "The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs" by Carmine Gallo, although the Jobsmania is a little cloying. Good pointers nonetheless.
I am reading "The Anne Frank" Anna frank is the Diary of a Young Girl consists of diary entries written by a Jewish teenager named Anne Frank. Anne Frank is comfortably living with her mother, father, and sister in Amsterdam when the Nazis start taking Jews to concentration camps. The Frank family is forced to flee from their home and live in the building where Anne's father worked with another Jewish family by the name of Van Daan and an old dentist named Dussel.