Books Read by Famous People [infographic]

Successful and famous people aren’t just good at doing things that they specialize in but they also read books.  These books often have a big impact on their personal lives and to what they have achieved in their life in a specified industry. These reads have inspired their lives and have also helped them deal with the circumstances of life at present moment.

Below is an interesting infographic that shows the bookshelves of some famous personalities, including the Genius man, Einstein. But before that, we encourage you as well to take a look at Favobooks, an interesting resource for readers who would like to discover and explore some interesting reading suggestions by some of the great thinkers, businessmen, politicians and other influential and successful people. Things like, Steve Jobs’ reading listBill Gates: Top 10 books to read and so much more. You’ll surely be able to discover plenty of great books that you should be reading or should have read before. But you don’t have to worry, it isn’t too late yet because these book recommendations are still available on the market.

Anyway, here’s an infographic that shows the bookshelves of some famous people.

You Are What You Read: Bookshelves of Famous People

From Visually.
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Great List of Non-Fiction Books for Teenagers

More than just fiction romances, teens also crave for inspiring non-fiction books. Just like adults, they also need some reads that could help improve their personal lives and could inspire them in many ways. Because teen’s life are full of exciting and challenging adventures, it’s just good for them to have something that will make them laugh, cry and think. Teenage years is the year where young girls and boys become more acquainted to life outside the family and home. They become more closer to their friends than their siblings, they tell some (small) lies in order to attend parties, sometimes they become rebellious and in some cases, you find it hard to talk to them personally. Well, these things are normal when they reached this level and because of this, it’s a good idea that there are books which they can read if they need some help, inspiration and wisdom without talking to their parents or elders.


Here are our picks for non-fiction books for teenagers:

7habits7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, by Sean Covey

– a life changing read perfect for today’s teenagers. This book will help teens deal with success and disappointments and will teach them how to be optimistic in life.






ballerinaFlight: From War Orphan to Star Ballerina, by Michaela DePrince and Elaine DePrince

– a book about strength, determination and hope. This will not only inspire the hopeful talents but also those that share a mother and daughter relationship.






stayingstrongStaying Strong: 365 Days a Year, by Demi Lovato

– teens have so many fears in life, so this book will perfectly inspire teens on how to become fearless particularly in achieving their dreams in life.





laughingatmynightmareLaughing at My Nightmare, by Shane Burcaw

– very engaging and an eye-opener book that will make you laugh. This is a very touching true-to-life story of Burcaw’s life in a wheelchair.







Self-Help Books You Should Read

Aside from non-fiction stories, do you also read books that help improve your life?
Yes, I am talking about self-help books. I know some of you are dealing with so many difficulties in life. Your relationship with your colleagues, friends and families are being threatened because it’s just so hard for you to mingle with them or perhaps you’re afraid to take risks because don’t know how to deal with failures. These are some of your issues that many people, including you, are experiencing in their lives right now. 

What seems to be the problem?

You might be asking yourself, “Why?” “What’s wrong with me?“, “How do I deal with this?” You have so many questions in your life. You lose control of everything which may result into a big mess. That is why self- help books are here to help improve the various aspects of your life. 

Here are some of must-read self-help books that you should read.

  • Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck
  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey
  • A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of “A Course in Miracles” by Marianne Williamson
  • How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
  • The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz
  • CHATTER: Small Talk, Charisma, and How to Talk to Anyone (The People Skills, Communication Skills, and Social Skills You Need to Win
  • Friends and Get Jobs) by Patrick King
  • Think and Grow Rich: The Original 1937 Unedited Edition – Napoleon Hill
  • Courage to Change: One Day at a Time in Al-Anon II by Al-Anon Family Group Head Inc.
  • Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg
  • Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ by Daniel Goleman
  • The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

Do you have something that you can suggest? Share in the comments below.