Please make a single sentence summary of the book, and another sentence explaining why you think it relates to being NF. If recommending non-fiction please make sure it relates specifically to the NF experience.
I'll keep the list up to date in this post, so feel free to discuss the books suggested. I'll also make sure to credit each individual for the recommend.
"Emotional Intelligence" Daniel Goleman, Non-Fiction. A look at contemporary research at the importance of emotional intelligence in functioning not only in day to day, but for finding success in all areas of life. Since we're already feelers, understanding how emotions work can give us a significant edge, especially considering even "thinkers" have feelings! - Dritalin
"Where in the world do I belong" Brent Massey (who is an INFP). Interesting book, Brent describes countries by personality type and profiles over 100 places. Tibet is INFP. -Ruyr
"That's Not What I meant!" Deborah Tannen. Ph.D. A workable explanation of communication styles from an expert in linguistics, it's an easy academic read, for those entering social or psychological fields. Especially pertinent information on a website that's meant to bring together people of different personalities (and communication styles) together, should be required reading for participants of this forum. -Dritalin
"The Beach" by Alex Garland. It's about a tourist visiting Thailand that ends up on an island that acts like a haven or an escape from reality. It explains his experience and time there, and how his feelings change. - Selvagem
"Three Cups of Tea" Greg Mortenson. Fiction. The biography and life story of K2 (mountain climb) veteren who fell in love with the people of the Hindu Kush and dedicated his life to overcoming obstacles to their children's education. I felt this was a beautiful story of an obvious NF (I'm guessing INFP) who went on his "crusade" and found a ton of success, and inspiration to us all. -Dritalin
Smoke and Mirrors - Neil Gaiman (collection of short stories, the NF type would love its dreamy plots etc.) - NephilimAzreal
The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho, fiction, a book about following your dream.. it has many beautiful words in it.. at first i don't think i would've like it.. but then after i read it.. i just love it!! - Lunniey
"Fables" comic book series,Bill Willingham. This is a magnificent and very addictive “r-rated”series featuring stories within stories starring versions of familiar fairy tale characters, both well-drawn and well-written. (see post on page 2) - Mirage