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:
7 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.
Flight: 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.
Staying 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.
Laughing 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.