Do you read nonfiction? I find some nonfiction books absolutely fascinating! Here are five that I love and would highly recommend.
Favorite Nonfiction Books
5. Humans of New York: Stories by Stanton
If you’re intrigued by other human beings, this book is for you. The author photographs a person and adds a brief story or anecdote that they shared.
I found myself sighing, laughing, and also feeling choked up by this book.
4. Espionage by Volkman
Do you want a book that will leave your mouth hanging open? Do you want to know what REALLY happens during war? Read this.
After you read this, so much of modern-day online lack of privacy will make sense…
3. Where the Birds Never Sing by Sacco
Not for the faint of heart. I repeat, not for the faint of heart! This book was highly recommended by Amazon Kindle Unlimited, and it was amazing.
Told from a 1st person point of view, this book helped me learned so much more about WWII than I thought possible. Great read for adults. Some graphic photos.
2. Stoned by Raden
Terrible title, wonderful book. I also learned a lot of history with this one, including a bit about my ancestors from both sides of the pond. I highly recommend this book.
You ever wonder why Beanie Babies were valuable, then not valuable? This book will answer that question, along with why Native Americans traded Manhattan for glass beads, why the emerald lost value, and why diamonds are a bit of a scam…
1. Spillover by Quammen
Go ahead. Read a book about pandemics during a pandemic. Why not?
This book is also jaw-droppingly good. It’s about pandemics that “spill over” from animals to humans, which is not a thing that happens every day.
What’s your favorite nonfiction book?
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