Wow. I'd never been on the "Books" section of this site, but just went on and was astounded by all of the titles. Must admit that, except for the kids books sent home with my son at dx, I've never read a book about diabetes. I adore reading, and can go through a book or two a week...which makes it kind of odd that I've never read any books on D. After dx, I relied on my sister and my son's endo team for help and advice. Once I found this forum, I learned even more. Have considered reading "Think Like a Pancreas," but have yet to pick it up. Was wondering how much others read/research about D? For those NOT new to D, do you learn a lot from books that you don't already know or can't learn here? I know Christopher has a nice list of recommendations he provides to newcomers. Was wondering what others consider the best books for those maybe not new to D? I think that, once my son reaches adolescence, I'll be reading some of those dealing with teens and D type of books! For now, I'm wondering if I'm missing out by not reading more about D.