Best Motivational Books For Young Adults


motivational books for young adults

Children today haven’t got it convenient. In a tense political and social environment, they are growing old. A few clouds above their heads are racists, climate change, school shootings, global superpowers threats, and neo-Nazism.

Besides, they must also go to school, deal with peers, social pressure, classwork, and the dreaded reading required.

Fortunately, some books tell the truth of what it is like to be a teen in the world today, just for young adults (but better known as “YA books”).

These stories are various, frank, emotionally engaging, and inspiring (particularly some of the latter published) and help young people meet the challenges ahead of them as they teach us, the young people of our lives, how to understand them.

When I was in high school, I used to have these novels in my backpack to give me the vocabulary and confidence to understand the world around me and express myself. But I can’t enjoy these stories as an adult for some reason. In reality, people over the age of 18 read 55% of young adult books. Today there are more than 50 book festivals devoted exclusively to YA literature for fans of all ages.

It is essential to tell and hear these kinds of stories. YA books tugged at my heart, made me laugh, weep, and above all, helped me to see the world through someone else’s eyes and more clearly see my own life. Below, I suggested a few of my favorite new YA reads, which have changed my lives and should be read by every kid and adult to learn something new about people and experiences.

Monday’s Not Coming

A man wearing a blue shirt talking on a cell phone

What it’s about

Why you should read it

A Very Large Expanse Of Sea

A person sitting at a table with a cup of coffee

What it’s about

Why you should read it

The Hate U Give

What it’s about

Why you should read it

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