Amazing Top 10 Book of Dream Come True

Amazing Top 10 Book of Dream Come True

The end of summer in the Northern Hemisphere is approaching and I am not yet close to completing my summer reading list. But I will continue to work on my reading list throughout the year. I enjoy the comfort of a beautiful book with a cup of tea in the winter just as I do during the summer. And there are some books that you should definitely read at any time of the year.

Amazing Top 10 Book of Dream Come True

Here are ten books about poverty and hardship that you can learn from.

1. The Comfort of Hardship

The Comfort of Hardship top 10 books 2021
The Comfort of Hardship

"Comfort of Hardship" is a book that will magnify the most important issue a person faces while pursuing their dreams. Yet, each person is unique in many ways. Everyone has their own differences, and sometimes it turns out that it is very difficult to convince people to respect their personality. On the other hand, even in this modern age, people are asking their children to focus on school, not on learning skills. This book will highlight the importance of learning skills.

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2. Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide

Half the Sky Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide top 10 books 2021
Half the Sky Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide

"Half the Sky" is a really inspiring book. I read this book to the college relations department and then recommended it to all the women in my life. Now, I recommend it to all men and women.

The letter was written by Kristof and WuDunn who worked for the New York Times and traveled around the world talking to believing women. From the woman who overcame gang rape and started school in Pakistan to the woman who survived the sex trafficking, the women in this book boldly share their experiences and how they overcame horrible situations.

Why this book is so important to me: after reading "Half the Sky," I felt like I knew these women. Some of their stories were very sad, but the writers made the change seem possible. They listed the NGOs working to make a difference to women around the world and how the student can make a difference

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3.Shantaram

Shantaram top 10 books 2021
Shantaram

A few months ago I saw my roommate reading a book that looked more than a thousand pages. He said it was the best book he had ever read, so I asked to borrow it when he finished it. Before I started reading it, he told me how lucky I was that I had never read it, which is how you know the book will be really good.

I am currently reading "Shantaram" (did I say that it is 1,000 pages?) And it is one of the few books of its size that I am happy to have in my bag.

The book tells the story of a man who escaped from a prison in Australia and fled to Bombay, India, where he formed a close bond with a tour guide. It is because of this friendship that the main character “Lin” acquires India. "Shantaram" enters the lives of the Bombay slums and the extreme poverty that millions live in every day. The life of the author himself is not far from the title of the book, which gives it authentic quality.

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4.A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

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A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

I must admit that I did not know what the book was all about before I read it. The reason for that is because my mother had a copy since she was a child. I used to look at that book and think about what the book was about, and poverty never entered my mind. But I soon found out that the "Tree Grows in Brooklyn" was about a girl named Francie who grew up in an Irish-American family in a poor neighborhood in the 1910s in New York.

The "Tree Grows in Brooklyn" includes poverty and education. The heroine of this book loves to read, read and write, but she and her family are forced to make difficult decisions when poverty and the struggle for life become an obstacle. I enjoyed the women’s perspective on this book, and I was able to understand some of the emotional challenges Francie faced while continuing her education.

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5.Angela's Ashes

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Angela's Ashes

I found this book to be exactly the same as “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.” It’s about a boy growing up with his family in poverty, but the main character moved from New York to Ireland, instead of a different way.

But the jokes from this book do not bother me. I found myself laughing when the writer described the scenes that would make any adult angry. The joy and detail like the child she uses to talk about living in extreme poverty somehow bring almost simplicity to the head. Some parts are sad, but taking it all looks like education is empowering.

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6.They Poured Fire on Us From the Sky

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They Poured Fire on Us From the Sky 

I heard one of the writers give a talk that inspired me to take this book. The book is a historical account of two brothers and their cousin who fled their homeland of Sudan during World War II. These boys were among the only four million people left homeless during the war. During their march, they pass through bombed-out war zones, tortured soldiers, all pursuing education, reuniting with their families, and secure shelter.

What I also learned from this book is how difficult and frustrating this process can be for refugees who are fleeing their country. Although it is difficult to understand the challenges refugees face, this book does a good job of defining them. For example, in a book, food rations come every sixteen days for refugees and one of the missing boys, Alepho, explains what it is like to try to study when you have not eaten all day. Strong images are one of the reasons I would recommend this book if you want to learn about refugee life.

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7.The Kite Runner

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The Kite Runner

What I like about this book, “Angela’s Ashes” and “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn” is that each of them starts with a young character whose attitude changes as the character grows older.

I think the inequality and injustice of poverty is well documented in this book. The story begins with two young boys in Afghanistan. One is born poor and the other is born rich. Several important events shape each boy's life and ideas and change their lives.

I would recommend this book because it shows the effects that prejudice can have on the lives of people on both sides.

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8.Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress

Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress top 10 books 2021
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress

If you are not yet ready to commit to reading or managing a thousand book pages to develop your views on poverty in India, I do not blame you. But maybe you still want that love story again? "Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress" is a 184-page series on the personal lives of two boys sent to a re-education camp during the Cultural Revolution in China.

The story tells the story of two young men who were also taught in the mountains near Tibet. Their inner spirit and natural ability to art and learn remain strong despite being forced to work in coal mines.

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9.The Jungle

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The Jungle

This book was hard to pull out of my stomach - literally. Upton Sinclair's conversion to a century-long book exposing the abuses and horrors that flourished in the meat industry before the US food revolution came is shocking. The book has inspired the public to seek regulations regarding food production and living conditions for immigrants in the US. "The Jungle" describes the harsh living conditions of the families of immigrants who had traveled for a better life, but who had been exploited and trapped in a cycle of poverty due to corruption, greed, and a lack of social services.

It tells the story of a Lithuanian immigrant trying to support his family in the United States by working in a butcher's butcher shop. He quickly fell into debt and faced poverty and dismissal. While this book is not encouraging, the changes that it has helped to bring are encouraging.

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10.The Motorcycle Diaries

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The Motorcycle Diaries Notes on a Latin American Journey

Yuanyuan's recommendation is a reminder of Che Guevara's life as a young medical student in Latin America. It is one of my favorite films and I look forward to reading this novel. In the letter, Guevara and his friend traveled some 2,000 miles [3,000 km] across all the countries from Argentina to Venezuela and Cuba. Remote villages and poor people they meet along the way promote an act from Guevara over the invitation. Che visited poor mining communities and leprosy colonies and highlighted the poverty, hunger, and disease that still exist in many lands today.

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