From the Greenroom

    'Fox & Friends Weekend' Reading List

    • 'ENGAGED!' by Gregg Lederman

      From the publisher: In this book, you'll discover the Eight Principles that every manager needs to create a workforce that 'lives the company brand' in ways that leads to an experience that helps you create customers for life

    • 'Wounded by God's People' by Anne Graham Lotz

      From the publisher: Tucked into Abraham's biography is the story of Hagar, a young Egyptian slave with whom Abraham had a son named Ishmael. Hagar stood out because she was wounded---not physically, but in ways that were as emotionally and spiritually painful as any injury to a body would be. Some wounds were provoked by her own bad behavior, but others were inflicted by those who considered themselves God's people. Anne Graham Lotz too has been wounded by God's people

    • 'Nuclear Showdown' by Gordon G. Chang

      From the publisher: 'If we lose, I will destroy the world,' said Kim Jong Il, supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Kim's regime insults all of us. Its very existence is an affront to humanity's sense of decency and challenges accepted notions of politics, economics, and social theory. More important, North Korea threatens us

    • 'Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer' by by Phil Chalmers

      From the publisher: In 'Inside the Mind of a Teen Killer,' Phil Chalmers explores the reasons why teens kill; the warning signs we must be looking for; and offers a game plan to keep our homes, schools, and communities safe. This book may help save your life or the life of a child you love

    • 'Emily Gets Her Gun' by Emily Miller

      From the publisher: Emily Miller tells her personal story of how being a single, female victim of a home invasion drove her to try to obtain a legally registered gun in Washington, D.C. The narrative—sometimes shocking, other times hilarious in its absurdity—gives the reader a real life understanding of how gun-control laws only make it more difficult for honest, law-abiding people to get guns, while violent crime continues to rise