5 non fiction Books Everyone Should Read

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari: This global bestseller explores the rise of our species from prehistoric times to the present day, examining major turning points and pondering our future. Its accessible writing and thought-provoking insights make it a fascinating read for anyone interested in humanity's journey.

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah: This poignant and often hilarious memoir tells the story of Noah's childhood growing up mixed-race in apartheid South Africa. His experiences offer a unique perspective on racism, resilience, and finding humor in even the toughest situations.

 On Immunity by Eula Biss: This timely and important book delves into the complexities of vaccination and herd immunity, weaving together history, science, and personal anecdotes. It sparks discussions about public health, risk perception, and the choices we make for ourselves and our communities.

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman: This Nobel Prize-winning book takes us on a tour of the human mind, exploring the two systems that drive our thinking and decision-making. Understanding these systems can help us make better choices in our personal and professional lives.

The Overstory by Richard Powers: This Pulitzer Prize-winning novel interweaves the stories of nine trees with the history of America and the environmental challenges we face. It's a beautifully written and thought-provoking exploration of our relationship with nature and the impact of our actions on the planet.