Top 5 Interesting and Informative Nonfiction Books

Top 5 Interesting and Informative Nonfiction Books

They say that the truth is stranger than fiction. Reality can be much more interesting and mind-boggling than imagination. We have selected and stocked the best nonfiction books of this season in our catalogue, of which we have selected the top 5 for the week.

Our picks are some of the many types of nonfiction writing exploring a wide range of topics, time periods, and concerns.

They bring out the mind-boggling rapidity of change, fascinating possibilities, exciting new developments, and much more. They are acclaimed bestsellers, easily written, and expertly argued and presented.

You can use this list as a starting point for selecting nonfiction books for beginners to pick up the habit of reading and increase their base of knowledge, and reflect on the events and habits of daily life.

Remember that we have many more books you may like even better than these, so check out our complete non-fiction titles here. If you’re a bookaholic, you’re going to have fun shopping, we promise!

OUR COMPLETE COLLECTION OF IMPACTFUL, ENGAGING NONFICTION TITLES

1.The Great Disruption: Competing and Surviving in the Second Wave of the Industrial Revolution by Rick Smith

3D printing is a revolutionary new technology that has opened an irreversible floodgate of innovations and disruptions across industries. It is an exciting new prospect, rendering the creation of structures, devices, and so much more unimaginably feasible and prolific. The implications of this technology reach out into wider society. The book details the frontiers where this pathbreaking technology is taking us, and has an actionable plan of how industries and the larger society can transition smoothly and beneficially into the era of 3D printing.

2.The Storyteller’s Secret by Carmine Gallo

Humans have an innate need to share and tell stories, and it is one of the ways we make sense of the world and convince others. Captivating stories get us attention for the objectives we wish to achieve. The author classifies the different kinds of storytellers and changemakers who have spoken on TED talks over the years. There are those who Ignite our inner Fire, who Educate, Simplify, Motivate, and Launch Movements. Each of the many case studies prove the transformative ability of storytelling in our modern world. Written candidly and smartly, this is a practical and inspiring narrative nonfiction book and a must-have for our readers!

 3.The Perils of Perception by Bobby Duffy

With the rise of terms like “fake news” and “alt facts”, it is important to understand the roots of large-scale public misinformation, and how the complexities of absorbing information and making decisions intersect. There is a paradox wherein the abundance and accessibility of knowledge has led to a proliferation of misinformation. While many have claimed that it is a ‘post truth’ world, there arecertain mechanisms by which facts, evidence, and realities are perceived differently across groups and nations. This acclaimed and timely title is certainly one of the best nonfiction books of the decade for its analysis, presentation, and interpretations of an urgent topic.

3.Eyewitness to World War II by Neil Kagan

Presented in this book is a resounding chorus of multiple voices from the American generation that fought in World War II (1939-45). It is richly detailed with memoirs and photographs and offers human depth and empathy to the statistics and schematic narratives that emerge over time to describe such far-reaching events. Reaching into the letters, diaries, and recollections of personnel and leaders of the war, this book is certainly among the best nonfiction history books because of the original photographs, artefacts, and private collections it delves into, offering a comprehensive picture of the subject matter.

4.Culturize by Jimmy Casas

How can we make schooling better for children and society? This is one of the fundamental questions that have made this work one of the top selling nonfiction titles and the best books for teachers. Casas discusses lucidly what can be done to make schooling culture child-friendly and to restructure pedagogy, administration, and daily practices to deal with the challenges that students and institutions face in terms of dropping out, disinterest, and student participation and involvement. It is an important book not just for schooling professionals but parents, communities, and all readers who wish to make school a better place for kids and prepare them for the 21st century.

 

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