Books Should read by Students

Today, we are living in a century where reading books becoming less and reading of blogs, articles has been increased, but what I believe is book reading boost up your mind’s creativity, and upgrade your grammatical source, vocabularies, and reading habit will be enhanced, most of successful people used to read books, and they spend their time with books and called that time so worthy and precious, and they stated that “READING BOOKS IS THE MOST ESSENTIAL STEP TOWARDS SUCCESS”, and today if we have a look to the past era, we’ve have been able to see that almost all successful people had a library in her home, little or big, doesn’t matter but they had a habit of reading that’s how they are so known today. But, reading is fashionable. Again. And every college student is always in fashion as a rule. There are few books, every student should need, for their better implantation of mind, motivational growth, and inspirational habits. Among thousands of books, only a few hundred are worth reading. And among those hundreds you will find only a few from which you can learn something.


The 7th and 8th habit by Stephen Covey:

This book includes how to use your voice, and find it out, content including THE PAIN, THE PROBLEM, AND THE SOLUTION, how to inspire others, leadership challenges, aligning and empowering, the age of wisdom, and other statistics and capacities, a practical guide to action and so on.

Everyday greatness by Stephen Covey:

This book includes in it contents, how to manage responsibilities, courage, and discipline, how to ignore humility, fake vision, how to find respect, empathy and creates unity, how to live your dreams, how to contribute to charity and pay attention. And other valuable things which give health to individual’s soul.

The speed of trust by Stephen Covey:

He stated here at the very start of writing his book, ‘THE ONE THING THAT CHANGES EVERYTHING”, he said the first wave of trust is self-trust, that will increase the abilities, how to build trust on other relations and co-workers.

Freedom by Jonathan Franzen:

“You may be poor, but the one thing nobody can take away from you is the freedom to fuck up your life whatever way you want to.” This is a story about a relationship, a love triangle which subjects first met in college. What will become more important to them: love or friendship? Is there any decision for this difficult situation, when you love but do not want to lose your best friend? Every college student should know the answer to these questions.

Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky:

“Pain and suffering are always inevitable for a large intelligence and a deep heart.” A well-known novel about the student Raskolnikov and his attempts to find his place in this life and understand who he really is. After killing an old pawnbroker, this young man tries to justify his actions. Raskolnikov’s story can make every modern college student rethink their views to moral laws and their place in society.

The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck:

“If you’re in trouble, or hurt or need – go to the poor people. They’re the only ones that’ll help – the only ones.” This is a story about one family that moves to California in attempts to find a better life during the great depression; the story about the importance of love, support, and close people near you; the story about resilience and courage of a man to roll with the punches.