One way you can skyrocket your read count is by reading shorter books, whether it’s a kid’s book or a commencement speech or even a graphic novel. If you’re having a hard time reading, this can be a great alternative for you. I’ve talked about how I read 200 kid’s book one year and it was really educational and encouraging. I’ve read a few graphic novel biographies, which is another way to get some learning in too.
Here are a few of my favorite shorter reads.
Very Good Lives: The Fringe Benefits of Failure and the Importance of Imagination* by J. K. Rowling
Random Illustrated Facts: A Collection of Curious, Weird, and Totally Not Boring Things to Know* by Mike Lowery
Make Good Art* by Neil Gaiman
Find Momo: A Photography Book* by Andrew Knapp
This one right here is my favorite out of the bunch. I just love Momo and the places Andrew photographs of the hiding!
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