This paper explores the strengths of three substantially different leadership books. In each work, an analysis depicts the assets of three primary areas: content, pedagogical features, and audience. The review describes variations in style and subject application and incorporates uses for each text including undergraduate, graduate, and practitioner environments. Lastly, it concludes with contributions to the leadership field and relevance in the leadership literature. The titles examined include: Leadership Theory and Practice; The Center for Creative Leadership Handbook of Leadership Development; and Leading with Character, Purpose and Passion: A Model for Successful Leadership at Work and Home.