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Yesterday (the 2nd of March) it was World Book Day. While the Netherlands doesn't really participate in this as we have our own 'book weeks', I coincidentally found myself reading a lot yesterday. I read 5 children's books (they were pretty short and had a big font, they were quite enjoyable) by Paul van Loon (a Dutch author). Did you do anything special for or because of World Book Day?
Yannick posted a topic in Book Search and Reading RecommendationsI’m planning on reading more, trying to improve my intellectual level. But I don’t have all the time of the world. What are some good reads for that purpose? I accept all (non-fiction) genres: economics, politics, religion, history… I have already read “The God Delusion” by Richard Dawkins.
Over the years that I have been reading, I have read books that have changed how I have seen, felt about the world and things in it. They have often been books that you wouldn't have thought it have that effect, but they did. ( I'm talking about books like the Tamuli series by David Eddings .) What if any books have lead to a change in how you see the world?