There’s a lot of Enneagram books out there… and I’ve read A LOT of them. Below is an ever-changing list of Enneagram books I enjoy and recommend. Happy discovering! 

The Enneagram at Work by Jim McPartlin

Good For: Working professionals and teams

Use the power of the Enneagram to become a more effective, capable leader with these practical and applicable tools.

The Enneagram for Black Liberation by ChiChi Agoro

Good For: Someone looking for collective liberation and healing (and more than just a typing system!)

A tool for Black readers, specifically Black women, to return to their truest selves in a system that seeks to dampen their self-worth and belonging.

The 9 Types of Leadership by Beatrice Chestnut

Good For: Leaders who want to dive deeper into their type and subtype

Harness your unique Enneagram type to create more effective relationships, feel happier at the office, and utilize your strengths (and weaknesses!) as a leader.

The Honest Enneagram by SaraJane Case

Good For: Enneagram beginners and gentle questioners

Beginner's book approaches the Enneagram through the H.O.N.E.S.T method. Written by the creator of the viral Enneagram and Coffee Instagram account.

Illustrated Enneagram by Deanna Talwalkar

Good For: Visual learners

A simple, illustrated guide to understand the basics of the Enneagram and all 9 types.

The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile

Good For: Fans of story-based books about self-awareness

A practical, comprehensive way to find your Enneagram type and explore the spiritual connections associated with it.