This World Book and Copyright Day, is the time to celebrate reading and learning about the world of books. Every year, on April 23, the world celebrates World Book and Copyright Day. The UNESCO holds an annual event to honour authors and books. Furthermore, the day is commemorated to promote the benefits of reading books and to protect copyrights.
Brand New Start by Mainak Dhar
The purpose of Brand New Start: Fast-Start Your Career with the Power of Personal Branding is to encourage students and young professionals on how to create a genuine, compelling, and differentiated personal brand as a foundation of their professional success.
Kash Tum Samajh Paate by Dr. Manisha Yadava
Dr. Manisha has made an attempt to reach out to the transgender community and has included a poem in the book that she hopes would touch their hearts. The author has expressed some of the challenges and feelings that a woman suffers and feels in her poems, such as loneliness and her social status.
1984 by George Orwell
1984 is a futuristic, totalitarian novel set in a future where love and free will are prohibited.
The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini
The Kite Runner is a fascinating novel about a privileged boy’s unusual bond with the son of his father’s servant. This intriguing story, set in Afghanistan during a period of tragedy and destruction, will keep you engaged from start to the end.
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
In a time of Nazi tyranny, The Book Thief is a story of courage, hope, and friendship. This novel, which is narrated by Death itself, will have you holding your breath for chapters at a time.
Adapt by Tim Harford
Try new activities and seek out new ideas. When doing something new, do so on a scale that allows for failure. Take feedback and make sure you learn from your mistakes as you go.
The Art of Profitability by Adrian Slywotzky
There are numerous ways to profit, and your company is unlikely to engage in all of them. In different situations, people will pay different prices for the same product. Profit models are simple to conceive but difficult to implement.
The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
Charles Duhigg’s book The Power of Habit uncovers the empowering nature of how habits are established and, more importantly, how they can be changed.