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Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish, but is now moved to That Artsy Reader Girl! The read more about this meme, look at this page!
This week’s topic is Genre freebie, so I decided to list some non-fiction books that I would like to read! I’m trying to read more non-fiction, so I thought listing them might help.
- Educated by Tara Westover
- The rise and fall of the Dinosaurs: a new history of a lost world by Stephen Brusatte
- A long way gone: Memoirs of a boy soldier by Ishmael Beah
- The story of my life by Helen Keller
- Why we sleep by Matthew Walker
- Talking to strangers by Malcolm Gladwell
- Girl, stop apologizing by Rachel Hollins
I think I’m going to leave it at this list of seven. I’m very interested in reading all of these!
30 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Non-fiction books to read!”
I haven’t read many but I did like City of Light, City of Poison which I just posted a review for it today!
I don’t read much non-fic these days, but The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs looks fascinating! I’m a fan of dinos. 🙂 Enjoy!
Exactly the reason why I want to pick it up 🙂
I do need to read Educated as well. I’ve heard such good things!
I’ve only ever read a couple of non-fiction titles but my sister recently bought me Invisible Women and it sounds really intriguing
I recently heard about that one, and it sounds very interesting!
I must admit I do struggle with non fiction titles. I just can’t seem to get into them for some bizarre reason. I do like the sound of Girl, Stop Apologising though.
I also really have to connect with the topic, otherwise it won’t work haah!
I loved Rachel Hollis’ book. I’ve been meaning to read Educated for a long time now.
Good to hear! I hope you get to that one!
I love Rachel Hollis’s books. I keep meaning to read Educated. Great list! I’ll have to check the rest of these books out.
Oh good to hear!
I’ve only heard amazing things abot Educated!
I’m on the waitlist for WHY WE SLEEP. It’s an ebook, so I can get it — eventually — even though our libraries are all closed. It looks absolutely fascinating!
I hope you get it soon! And enjoy it!
I just finished reading Educated and it was such a powerful read!! This is a great list!
That’s good to hear, really want to pick it up now!
I don’t read non-fiction much unless I’m doing research for my writing, it’s not a genre I’ve really explored much yet.
My TTT: https://thelastbookontheleft.com/2020/03/24/top-10-classics-studied/
I haven’t read that many either, but I want to see if there are some out there that I enjoy reading!
Girl, stop apologizing by Rachel Hollis is on my list as well as few other by her. And you have peaked my interest in The rise and fall of the Dinosaurs.
Dinosaurs just sound so cool haha!
I hope we both enjoy!
Educated was a great book. Enjoy!
My TTT .
It sounds like it should be very interesting! Thanks!
I’ve read a few of your non-fiction want to reads. I’ve read Educated, A Long Way Gone, and Girl Stop Apologizing. The first two I have reviewed on my blog — feel free to check it out.
Oh I will check it out!
Great list! I want to read The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs, too, and I’ve heard really good things about Educated. I hope you enjoy all of these!
I hope you get to read those as well!
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