Summer literary hype: Top 10 Books for student holidays!

To prevent the summer from being boring, we have selected 10 really cool books that will definitely hook students. They will also be extremely useful for future training. Switch from study mode to relaxation mode.

5 books on development:

1. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck – Mark Manson

Today everything revolves around success: be smarter, richer, better. But this whole race for an ideal life only reminds us of unattained dreams. How to be truly happy? Popular Blogger Mark Manson offers the answer in his book The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck.

2. Taming Tigers: Do Things You Never Thought You Could – Lawless Jim

Our fears act like tigers, preventing us from even trying and preventing us from moving forward. But Jim Lawless proves that you can overcome them by following his 10 rules.

3. Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything – Joshua Foer

This book talks about how you can improve your memory by mastering various techniques and training in 12 months. The book explores the role of memory in human life and offers insight into how these techniques can be useful in everyday life.

4. You’re Smarter Than You Think – Thomas Armstrong

Being smart means not only having high scores and a good memory, but also manifesting itself in creativity, music, sports and other areas of life. This book will help teenagers discover their strengths, and use them in school and everyday life.

5. The Art of Time Management – Bodo Schaefer

In today’s fast-paced world, making timely decisions and taking action is crucial. However, many struggle to keep up with their plans. How can we effectively manage our time and stay on track with our tasks and projects? This book offers practical insights and techniques to address these challenges, helping you prioritize tasks and achieve a more fulfilling life.

1. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone – Rowling Joanne Kathleen

This book is a true fantasy classic that follows the adventures of Harry Potter at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. An excellent choice for those who love magic and adventure.

2. The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

This gripping novel tells the story of Katniss Everdeen and her fight to survive the brutal Hunger Games. The book is ideal for lovers of intense plots and unpredictable twists.

3. The Fault in Our Stars – John Green

This touching story of love and loss follows two teenagers facing a devastating illness. The book is striking in its sincerity and depth of feeling, which makes it one of the best choices for summer reading.

4. Under the Dome – Stephen King

If you love tense and exciting stories, then this novel from Stephen King is perfect for you. It tells the story of a town that suddenly finds itself under an impenetrable dome, and the struggle of its inhabitants to survive.

5. Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand

This philosophical novel tells the story of the struggle between individualism and collectivism in modern society. The heartfelt plot and philosophical reflections make this book an essential component of summer reading.

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