Diverse Reads

 

Every time you open a book – there is a diversity in your perspective and experience as compared to the author. But this is more than that – I want to read titles that teach me something about an experience that is different to mine – differences in religion, folktales, society, friendships, love, relationships and even perspectives of how the author views the world from their own chair in the room.  Experiencing the world through travel is one of the best learning experiences ever – and books allow you to travel into another world and see, learn and experience that world in ways that you couldn’t have imagined at first.  So in an attempt to highlight books that will do this – I’m going to track out “Diverse Reads” here – this can be books from different religious perspectives, race, daily life in other countries, even to exploring disabilities, sexual preferences and assimilation struggles.

 

  1.  Once Ghosted, Twice Shy by Alyssa Cole
  2.  Daughter of Moloka’i by Alan Brennert
  3.  Crashing into Her by Mia Sosa
  4. Ibn Khaldun: An Intellectual Biography by Robert Irwin
  5. The City of Second Chances by Jane Lacey-Crane
  6. Can’t Escape Love by Alyssa Cole
  7. The Wolf in the Whale by Jordanna Max Brodsky
  8. The Takeover Effect by Nisha Sharma
  9. The Water Thief by Claire Hajaj
  10. The Bookshop of the Broken Hearted by Robert Hillman
  11. The Binding by Bridget Collins