Top books recommended by Bill Gates

The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft, who frequently offers his best book picks, unveiled his most recent list of summertime reads on Tuesday.

'How to Know a Person' by David Brooks

A book that Gates "can't recommend... highly enough," and says that "will stay with me for a long time,"

'The Women,' by Kristin hannah

It is a work of historical fiction set during Four the Vietnam War. Gates, said Hannah's WIND latest work is "a beautifully written tribute to a group of veterans"

'Infectious Generosity,' by Chris Anderson 

"If you want to help create a more equitable world but don't know where to start, 'Infectious Generosity' is for you," Gates wrote.

'Brave New Words,' by Salman Khan

The CEO and founder of nonprofit Khan Academy argues in this book why and how artificial intelligence will improve education.

'Slow Horses' on Apple TV+

"Slow Horses" is based on the "Slough House" series of novels by author Mick Herron. "I'm a sucker for stories about spies," Gates wrote.