Day Two: Top Five Favorite Books You’ve Read For School

Well, to be honest I really cannot answer this question since I really HATE reading novels! That’s because I was still in the ICP when we were required to read novels, but anyways, the only thing I could appreciate is “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott. There’s an anime which you’d appreciate haha!

These are the books I’ve read, HS or College:

1.) Understanding Politics by Magstadt – There are very interesting topics that you’ll appreciate, such as authoritarianism, democracy, parliamentary and I almost wanted to shift to PolSci because I love learning about different governments.

2.) Rizal Book (forgot the author but the book’s BLUE in cover!) – it has ALL the info that you need. Wanna borrow it?

3.) Little Women by Louisa May Alcott – It is a story about four sisters; Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy are all the sisters who sometimes love-hate each other, and the very most protagonist is no other than Jo, a boyish writer, resembling Alcott herself.

4.) Bible – Although there are a lot of contradicting statements found right here (e.g., sex-related issues), at least appreciating the Word of the Lord written by different authors through divine inspiration should be a routine to those who are pagans and faithless people.

5.) Sociology by Schaefer – Whoa! Colored text, and of course, you’ll really love how it is written. Haha.

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