Books are the man’s best friends! Books are the ultimate guide when there is no one to guide you. Books don’t even ask for the give and take relationship they only give you the best piece of advice whenever you need it. Books serve the best even when you are in solitude. And for students, books should be their best friend. If you are also a student then here is the list of some amazing books every student must read.
List of Books Every Student Must Read
The science of habit formation and reformation is explored in this book by Charles Duhigg. This book explains how to create new habits and how to rewrite old ones. With the force of habit, even the most dreaded jobs can become light and effortless. Learn how to replace bad habits that can be unhealthy with new ones. Some of us are able to perform certain jobs on autopilot due to our habits. This is especially beneficial for university students who are always on the clock. As a student, developing healthy habits might help you feel more in control of your day-to-day life.
Make Time: Focus on what matters the most
‘For anyone who wishes to live a happier, more successful life, Make Time is required reading.’ – Gretchen Rubin, The Happiness Project author. This book discusses how to liberate yourself from continual work and distraction by making minor changes to your environment. This book can motivate our college students to learn to ‘make time’ for the things that are most important to them at the time – in other words, it can help you organise your life and time.
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
This book teaches readers more than just how to manage their time. It’s a method for identifying what’s truly necessary and eliminating what isn’t. As a result, we will be able to make the greatest possible contribution to the issues that actually matter. We have a lot of things that get in the way of our studies as college students; how do we learn to sacrifice the less important for the more important? This book could provide you with all of the answers you need.
The Great Gatsby
You’ve probably heard of The Great Gatsby, but have you actually read it? Do you understand the central theme of The Great Gatsby? The American Dream is ultimately unreachable, as The Great Gatsby shows. As a socialite, Jay Gatsby had amassed considerable riches and status; but, this was not Gatsby’s ultimate goal…
When Things Fall Apart: Advice for Difficult times
We recognise that as a college student, things can get a little more difficult, stressful, and dark. You could think, you can keep yourself busy and ‘ignore’ your feelings to suppress the feeling of discomfort, pain, and tension, is not a good idea you should reconsider your thoughts. Moving into difficult events and becoming personal with them, as Pema demonstrates, can open our hearts in unexpected ways. She provides life-changing techniques for turning misery and bad patterns into habitual ease and limitless joy in this book. This is the book for you if you need something reassuring.
The Art of Happiness
The Art of Happiness teaches readers how to deal with anxiety, insecurity, anger, and discouragement on a daily basis. Explores various aspects of ordinary life, such as relationships, loss, and the desire of riches, with Dr. Howard Cutler, to show how to ride over life’s problems on a deep and abiding source of inner calm.
To Kill a Mocking Bird
To Kill A Mockingbird – An intriguing tale, revolves around the concept of good and evil. The plot of this novel is around a battle between good and evil. The author explores the concept of good and evil by focusing on Jem and Scout’s transition from innocence to maturity. They believe people are good because they are unaware of the negative aspects of human nature.
One Hundered Years of Solitude
One Hundred Years of Solitude is a more lighthearted book that does not end with a meaningful life lesson. The inevitability and unavoidable repeating of events in Macondo is a central topic in One Hundred Years of Solitude. The protagonists’ pasts and the complexities of time are in control of them. The characters are haunted by spirits throughout the story.
Think and Grow Rich
More than 500 business magnates at the time inspired Napoleon Hill to write this book. This is my all-time favourite book because I was able to relate to the majority of the information during my own personal journey to discover myself and achieve success. It has been suggested that this be taught as a textbook in high school, and that no student should be permitted to graduate without first knowing and passing an exam on the contents of this book.