Whether you consider yourself a reader or not, social distancing has encouraged us to pick up new hobbies and make time for different things. So today we’ve compiled a list of books with topics on how to get through a time like this, fictional and nonfictional books, as well as options for your children, to keep you and your family busy and grow your reading list. Check it out!
This list is categorized by length (long vs. short reads), by authors, pandemics and events, and even books that will inspire you to try something new. Check it out!
If you’re looking for a fictional list, this one is for you. “A combination of thrillers, relationship dramas, action-packed page-turners, and everything in between”. Click here for your “social isolation” reading list.
Being a parent with kids at home during social distancing can be tough knowing how to keep them occupied aside from their schoolwork. If you’ve already explored the internet and are looking for more ways to fill their time productively – here is a list to entertain your kids – no matter their age.
“For those lacking ideas, the Highsnobiety teams in both Berlin and New York City offices have shared what’s on their reading list. This time, we asked staff to share the books that have inspired them the most — motivational reads, philosophy books, memoirs, novels, or poems”. Check it out!
If you are more of a nonfictional reader – this list is for you. With a mix of fictional reads, here are some personal development options that will help you get through this unusual and uncertain time. Keep reading, here.
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Looking for books that directly correlate to help you improve your life right now?Like how to handle changes in the world, how to work together anywhere, and practice self-care? Check it out!
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