Impactful Books for Young Adults

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HaveUHeard of Any of These Books?

Not only will young adults like these books, but also moms and dads too! I am that mother, that aunt; that friend, that sister, that always sends books as gifts. First, books don’t go out of style. Second, they can be read and reread. Third, they may very well be filled with anything from adventure, philosophy, emotion, and imagination. What other gifts can you give that may have all that and more?  Giving books to recent graduates is one of my favorite gifts to give.

Today, books may impact their lives as they begin their new journey. By the same token, choosing just the right book might also long-lasting enjoyment. HaveUHeard of any of these?

We think these are pretty impactful:

Moreover, it’s nice to send things that may positively influence young adults in other ways. For instance, The Lifechanging Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo, totally helped my own daughter downsize and organize when she moved into a tiny New York City apartment.

Life Lessons

Consequently, books that teach you a skill such as cooking or how to budget (or both), can be rather advantageous. Although the idea may sound a bit trite, as do some of the titles, the truth is, they are packed with lots of good stuff. With this in mind, the key is to make each book appealing enough for someone to crack it open. We like:

Of course, books that sit on a coffee table can be nice too particularly ones that they have significance. For example, a treasured one that has started many conversations, as well as adventures, is 1,000 Places to See Before You Die by Patricia Schultz. Additionally, Gmorning, Gnight!: Little Pep Talks for Me & You by Lin-Manuel Miranda is filled with short, inspirational messages. Actually, this may be better suited for one’s nightstand so each new day can be started with motivation and end with comfort.

Escape with Books

A good escape is always nice too including books my daughters or I have read over the years that have stayed with us. Here are some of the more recent ones:

For college graduation, I gave my daughter The Tassel is Worth the Hassle. This humorous, short book is filled with encouraging words and sayings by Anita Wood

I have to admit; I love to read. Here’s hoping the next generation will too.

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