1. Wildflower - Drew Barrymore
    I now want to watch every movie she has a hand in making. This autobiography is sweet and inspiring, because it's all about a well-traveled woman who is just trying to find her place in the world after coming from an unusual home. I couldn't imagine working from the time I was a baby and still manage to find my way and not be burnt out. She did slip and fall some (those stories weren't included) but she picked herself up and she's remarkable. The wedding chapter broke my heart knowing the end.