Awesome Books For Students
When it comes to reading books, I’m a big fan. Seeing you’re on this page, I’ll make a big guess; you’re like me – you love to read as well. Reading develops your brain, improves your vocabulary, provides a window into the world around you and helps you do better in school.
“There are many little ways to enlarge your world. Love of books is the best of all.” – Jacqueline Kennedy
Books take you to places unimaginable, and gives you a better outlook on most things, as Dr. Seuss succinctly put it;
“The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss
This page is an on-going assemblage of books I’ve read and found to be useful, and which I recommend for every student.
21ST CENTURY SKILLS EVERY STUDENT NEED FOR CAREER SUCCESS – By Dienye Diri
Globalization, increasing diverse and interconnected populations and rapid technological change are posing new and demanding challenges to individuals and organizations alike.
Preparing students for work and life in the 21st Century has become complicated. Employers, educators, governments and researchers have agreed that there are 12 areas of skill and knowledge that students are required to develop for success in the 21st Century.
Those 12 skills are succinctly spelt out and explained in this eBook. You need this book to evaluate what skills you have already, and what skill area you need to build to be able to face the challenges of the 21st Century workplace. Read more about 21st Century skills here…
THE WORLD’S 200 HARDEST BRAIN TEASERS – By Gary Gruber
Flex your brain power like never before!
I love this book very much, and I mean it! From acclaimed author Dr. Gary Gruber, whose proven critical-thinking methods have sold more than seven million books, this collection of mind-bending brain teasers is sure to challenge even the most experienced problem solver. Inside the book are logic puzzles, riddles, maddening math problems, mental games, and more!
This book will surely stretch your brain to the limits of its power. I gladly recommend this book to every student who is seeking a way to keep their brain active and sharp.
EAT THAT FROG – By Brian Tracy
Talking about procrastination and time management; an area where a lot of students get ‘F9’, wouldn’t you rather learn to conquer it now, before the school calendar begins to roll again? Read more here..