Books by Lee Gutkind
NPR stories about Lee Gutkind
Twelve Breaths a Minute: End-of-Life Essays captures the experiences of family members, doctors, caregivers and others who have learned valuable lessons from witnessing life's final moments.
In a new anthology of baseball essays, sportswriter Stefan Fatsis celebrates his beloved, 31-year-old baseball glove. He talks to Robert Siegel about how he set out to find out about his mitt's history and what he learned along the way.
Today's robots are more fun than ferocious, and scientists are making wires and chips increasingly human-like. Lee Gutkind examines robots in a new book, Almost Human: Making Robots Think.