Top 5 Non-Fiction Books You Must Read


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Books are one of the most important aspects of your learnings, they not only give you a new perspective but also challenges your notions of life. While many people love fiction stories and find them engaging. Yet non-fiction is always more chilling and trembling than fiction because we know that the horrors in books are the truth, we live in. 

Non-fiction is reality, truer than fiction, and we can't live with the ugly facts.
One thing that makes the books a standout is that they are written from real-life experiences and can motivate you to like never before.Today, we present you the TOP 5 non-fictions that will teach you something really valuable in life.

1. I am Malala

Written by the girl himself-Malala Yousufzai, this is the real story of the 14-year-old girl's fight for women's right to education. In 2011, Malala was shot on a bus by the Taliban on her way home from school. The series of events that followed, presented in Malala 's speech, are remarkable — political, media hysteria, and recovery. The shooting has sparked a complicated series of talks involving influential political figures from Pakistan and England.

                                                                                                              
2. The Diary of a Young Girl

Written by a young teenage girl Anne Frank, this starts on Anne 's 13th birthday (12 June 1942) when she gets a diary. It tells the story of her family who lives in Frankfurt, Germany, and must suddenly go into hiding due to the treatment of Jews in Europe by Hitler and the Nazi Party during the Second World War.

This book contains many important messages like everyone has the right to live in freedom. This story tells us that it doesn't mean they should be handled differently only because they could be a different faith or race. That has been demonstrated by the terrible treatment of Jewish people during the war.

3. The Audacity of Hope

Written by former US president- Barack Obama, This book is an unusual one!
In this book, Obama recounts his unique childhood and the insight that his racially mixed heritage and the experience of living in many exotic locations have instilled in him. Virtually every major political question facing the American electorate today he also addresses in great depth, providing his thoughts and potential reform approaches.

Obama 's position is one that attempts to find a middle ground between reactionary conservatism and myopic, overly idealistic, liberalism. Hearkening back to a period when Congress was characterized by collegiality and mutual respect, Obama calls for more real compromise and cooperation between Democrats and Republicans.

4. Long Walk to Freedom

Written by the great Nelson Mandela, this book clearly defines the history and tradition of African people in a simple and straightforward. This clearly explains the slavery regime that was there for centuries! 

One of those books that give you positive vibes as Mr. Mandela expresses his desire to look forward to the future and don’t dwell on the past and it won’t anyone towards building a stronger community with democratic ideologies.A very motivating book that shows us the right path towards the greater glory of Mankind!

5. The Story of My life

Before you read any further, let us inform you that reading this book will give you real-time Goosebumps! This is the story of a young girl Hellen Keller who lost his hearing and seeing ability after suffering from a fever in the late 19th century. 

However, that doesn't shake her willingness to make a difference in her own life and slowly she starts making her fate.It will delve deep dive into your thinking abilities and will make you realize that no matter what happens, you can achieve whatever you want!




Written by - Harshit


Edited by - Nidhi Verma

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