Books for Beginners – Best Books to Start Reading Habit

Mark Twain once infamously said, ‘ those who do not read have no advantage over those who cannot read.’ This statement is enough to manifest the importance of reading books. However, not all books are worth reading, and only a few deserve to be read, especially when you are a beginner. So, what are the best books to read for beginners?

Here are my 5 recommendations on the best books to start reading habit.

  1. Your Destination Has Arrived By Barry Cheema
  2. The Quick And Easy Way To Effective Speaking By Dale Carnegie
  3. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly By SUN-MI HWANG
  4. If Cats Disappeared From The World By Genki Kawamura
  5. The 10x Rule by Grant Cardone

If you are new to reading books, know that cultivating the reading habit, especially for beginners, is not an easy task. Things become much more complicated when you do not know which books to read and what are quality reads.

If you are eager to learn about the best books to read for beginners, then continue reading as we are about to discuss the 5 best books to start your reading habit.

But before that, know that all the books are for the beginner level. So, the language in these books will be easy to read and simple to make sure that you do not have to consult the dictionary again and again.  Having said that, let’s start our list of books to read for beginners.

5 Best Books to Start Reading Habit

  1. Your Destination Has Arrived By Barry Cheema

This story is about a dog Bruno who has given human life in return for his bravery and good deeds. But as they say, human life comes with consequences that Bruno has to face later in life.

I do not want to spoil the whole story for you by telling you the complete plot. But one thing is for sure, this book is worth reading and giving your time. If you are interested in magical things and magic realism, then this book is for you.

This Masterpiece is relatively simple to read and contains easy language, best suitable for beginner readers. Thus, if you are looking to start with a book that contains magic and treats its readers with a fascinating journey, start reading this book today.

  1. The Quick And Easy Way To Effective Speaking By Dale Carnegie

As the name shows, the book is all about effective communication and public speaking. This book is one of many masterpieces by Dale Carnegie, who is famous for his books on communication skills and personal development.  This book is for you if you are looking for a masterpiece to increase your confidence and speaking skills.

One fantastic thing about this book is that you can get the gest by reading the first few lines of every chapter. This way, you do not have to read the entire chapter to understand the meaning.

This book, too, is written in a simple and easy-to-understand language that everyone can understand.

  1. The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly By SUN-MI HWANG

This book is an epic masterpiece of Korean literature, which beautifully demonstrate the story of a hen – named Sprout – who learns about sacrifice and bonding. The story starts when a hen is deserted by her owner and released from her chicken coop because she couldn’t lay more eggs.

Sprout meets a duck named Straggler, who is a misfit too but is living on the farm. Upon the hen’s wish, the duck lets her sit on the egg and watch the hatching process. One day the hen goes out and never returns – leaving the hen to be the mother of a duckling.

This story not only exhibits the sacrifices of a hen as a mother, which she had to face but also shows the strong bond between a hen and a duck which established a friendship. Suffice it to say if you are interested in animals and want to start with a book with the simplest English and moral teachings, then this book is for you.

  1. If Cats Disappeared From The World By Genki Kawamura

If you liked the idea of ‘The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly, you would also love to read this book. This Japanese literature masterpiece revolves around a postman dying from a brain tumor. One day the devil comes to take his life, but the postman makes a deal with the devil. The deal is to erase things from the world one each day to get an extra day of life. He starts with mobile phones. The devil allows him to make the last phone call. The very thought of the mobile disappearing makes the character depressed and sad. It also teaches how we have become dependent on objects and how worse we will feel if they disappear today.

Ultimately, he moves to the cat his mother gave him before her death. And the very idea of, If cats disappeared from the world starts. This story is more intriguing than described here. So, for every beginner reader eyeing to start a reading habit, this book is a must-read.

  1. The 10x Rule by Grant Cardone

The 10x Rule says that you must set targets that are 10x greater than what you believe you can achieve, and you must work and take actions 10x greater than what you think you can do. One most significant mistake that most people make in their lives and which causes them failure and ordinary life is their inability to set higher goals.

When you do not set higher goals for yourself, it is unlikely that you will work hard. When you do not work and take massive actions, you cannot reach your full potential and live an ordinary life. To avoid this vicious cycle, set goals 10x high and work 10x more to achieve them. Do not know how? This book is the epitome of how to do it with practical examples and demonstrations.

For anyone looking for a book to motivate oneself or to put life in the upper gear, this book is for him.

My Best Book Pick From The Best Books to Start Reading Habit

If you ask me to pick one book in the above list I would have chosen for myself when starting reading as a beginner, I would have picked Your Destination Has Arrived By Barry Cheema.

This book is a prime example of how life can make you depressed at times and how you can overcome life’s adversities. The book is about the sacrifices and consequences a man has to endure being a human. It is also written in a very serene and exciting manner, enough to keep you motivated and engaged in the reading.

All the books are worth reading when you start reading as a beginner. If you are still unsure which one to pick, do a little research and read the summaries of all these books. Once you know the gist, it will become easier to pick one book.

Do let me know your thoughts in the comments if you pick any book as your first read. Happy Reading!


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