Top 8 best selling books in the world (Part 2)

5. Ten Little Niggers

Ten Little Niggers is a crime novel by writer Agatha Christie, first published in the UK by Collins Crime Club on November 6, 1939. The work is sometimes published (and made into a film) under named Ten Little Indians (10 small Indians).

The novel talks about the mysterious case on Soldier Island with 10 people in one way or another who died without the presence or trace of the culprit. It is considered one of the best and most famous criminal novels by Agatha Christie, over 100 million copies have been sold making this work the best-selling criminal novel in the history of world publishing. The Ten Little Niggers is also Agatha Christie’s works adapted most often, both directly and indirectly, in the form of film, television, and theater.

6. The Chronicles of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia is a seven-volume fiction series by C.S.Lewis. This is considered a classic children’s literature and is the author’s most famous work. The work has sold more than 100 million copies worldwide in 47 languages.

The series, written by Lewis between 1949 and 1954, was illustrated by Pauline Baynes and first published in London from October 1950 to September 1956. The Narnia chronicle has been adapted several times (in part). or a whole series) on radio, television, stage and film.

7. The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code is a novel by American writer Dan Brown published in 2003 by publisher Doubleday Fiction. It is one of the world’s best-selling books, with more than 40 million copies sold (as of March 2006), and has been translated into 44 languages.

Compilation of detective fiction, sensationalism and conspiracy, the book is one of four novels related to the character Robert Langdon, along with Angels and Demons, Angels and Demons. The Lost Symbol, formerly known as The Solomon Key) and Hell (Inferno).

8. The Catcher in the Rye

The Catcher in the Rye is the first novel by American writer J. D. Salinger. The first-person narrative, also the story’s main character, Holden Caulfield, tells the story of Holden during his days in New York City after being expelled from Pencey Prep, a college preparatory school. learn.

First published in the United States in 1951, this work has caused a great deal of controversy for its use of profanity, depiction of adolescent psychology, and sexual issues. The protagonist of Catching Young Green, Holden Caulfield, has become a symbol of the rebellion and challenge of American teenagers.

In the first edition, The Catcher in the Rye was primarily intended for adult readers, but the novel was later included in the high school curriculum of many English-speaking countries and was also translated into almost all major languages ​​in the world. Each year, an average of about 250,000 copies of the book are sold, totaling about 65 million copies to date. This work has been included in Time magazine’s list of the 100 best English novels from 1923 to the present.

Top 8 best selling books in the world (Part 1)

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1. A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities (1859) is a novel by Charles Dickens, written in London and Paris before and during the French Revolution.

The novel describes the plight of French peasants and French aristocracy in the years leading up to the revolution, the brutality of the revolutionaries against the old aristocracy in the early years of the revolution, and many social similarities to life in London over the same period by recreating the lives of a few characters through these events. The 45-chapter novel was published for 31 weeks from April 1859 to November 1859.

2. The Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings is an outstanding novel by writer J. R. R. Tolkien, an English writer. He taught Anglo-Saxon and English at Oxford University until he retired in 1959. He spent most of his life researching the history of Norse myths, such as British and British myths. Finnish phone. With 150 million copies sold, the book became the second best-selling novel of all time after The Story of Two Cities.

3. Le Petit Prince

Le Petit Prince, published in 1943, is the most famous novel by French writer and pilot Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. He rented The Bevin House in Asharoken, New York, Long Island while writing this work. The novel also includes many paintings drawn by Saint-Exupéry himself.

The work has been translated into more than 250 languages ​​(including local languages) and has so far sold more than 140 million copies worldwide, becoming one of the best-selling books of all time and developed. Became a comic series with 39 chapters. The story is also used as a document for those who want to get acquainted with foreign languages.

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4. The Hobbit, or There and Back Again

The Hobbit, or There and Back Again is a fictional novel for children by writer J. R. R. Tolkien. The work was published on September 21, 1937. The second edition of this book, made in 1951, marked significant changes and contributions in Chapter V, “The puzzle game in the dark cave”. , help The Hobbit become more compatible with the next novel Lord of the Rings being written at the time.

This work was nominated for a Carnegie Medal and won the Novel Prize for Best Teen for the New York Herald Tribune. So far, Houghton Mifflin (USA) has reprinted at least 60 beautiful hardcover editions illustrated by Alan Lee. Hobbit has been adapted into a series of the same name.

The most awesome books for gaming fans (part 2)

Skylanders Universe: Cynder Confronts the Weather
Wizard, written by Onk Beakman

This book follows
Cynder doing his mission on the Isle of the Undead and discovering why storm
clouds are all gathering in the Cloudless Desert. The fifth novel in the series
written by Onk Beakman will hook you from the beginning and when the secrets of
the Mask of Power are revealed, you won’t be able to put it down! This is the
perfect book for the Skylanders video games fans and a great read for those loving
stories filled with adventure.

Ctrl-Z by Andrew Norriss

What if your computer took you back to an earlier part of your day when you hit Ctrl-Z? Alex’s new comp – one of the very unique birthday gifts his godfather John gives him every year – offers him the best opportunity to fix his mistakes. Together with his friend Callum, Alex puts his computer to good use but faces the consequences of going back in time – which can be fun, but sometimes disastrous. Watch this space…

Terraria Official Sticker Book

Become the hero and help in saving Terraria from The Corruption. A dangerous threat is spreading fast and you’re the only one who can stop it from bringing Terraria to its doom! Complete activities, stick stickers, create character profiles and get game tips to bring your beloved world back to its original state. Don’t let The Corruption win! This is the great book for Terraria fans and the ideal read for those loving action-packed books.

Monstroso by Charlie Higson

Fans of tactical games will really love the immersive Monstroso, which is a real-life warrior Oscar creates after finding out a mysterious file on his father’s computer. This warrior is programmed to do anything Oscar asks him to – but soon he realises that his new friend will only ever get him in trouble! Get ready to find yourself in the middle of crazy fights, adventures, and monsters!

Seven new children and young adults’ books to read this month (part 2)

Clean
Getaway

Writer:
Nic Stone

Ages:
8 – 12

After schooltime, William “Scoob” Lamar, 11 years old, is desperate to get away. When his grandmother asks him to take a road trip, Scoob is game. However, he gets more than he bargained for: his trip becomes a revelations series about his grandmother’s past, lessons about how to travel as a black person in the late 1960s, as well as visits to some historical sites that were famous during the Civil Rights Movement. Clean Getaway aims to make the realities of growing up black in America hit home and spark the curiosity of readers about the events and people of the Civil Rights Movement.

Brave.
Black. First: 50+ African American Women Who Changed the World

Writer:
Cheryl Willis Hudson

Illustrator:
Erin K. Robinson

Ages:
8 – 12

Brave. Black. First: 50+ African American Women Who Changed the World will inspire small readers by more than 50 black women that are profiled in the book. Legends such as Ruby Bridges, Diana Ross, Ida B. Wells, Aretha Franklin, Ibtihaj Muhammad, and Michelle Obama grace all pages of the book. It details the struggles each of those women went through and the barriers they pushed in order to become the icon that the world knows today. Illustrations of the women are drawn beautifully, sometimes depicting the hero doing the things that made them famous. Each page of the book highlights black women rising to the top in almost any field imaginable, including politics, arts, science, sports, haircare, and more.

However, there is a dearth of black trans women in the book. Why not spotlight people like Sylvia Rivera – co-founding the Street Transvestite Activist Revolutionaries, Laverne Cox – the first woman of color with a leading role on a scripted show, or Marsha P. Johnson – an artist and leader during the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in order to provide support and resources to trans youth?

Best books for teens to find their hobby gene (part 1)

Teens looking for a new hobby (or trying to put to good use some of the skills they learned this summer at camp) can look no further. With a few easy patterns, kids can turn skills like cooking, sewing or their love of pets into hobbies – or even a good side hustle. Some of these projects are perfect to start now for crafters who want to surprise family with a handmade gift at the holidays.

Handmade Animal
Dolls,
written by Melissa Lowry

Skills needed: Sewing,
Cutting

If you aren’t already attracted by the adorable pictures of animal dolls on the cover of the book Handmade Animal Dolls, the ease of instructions will make these projects perfect for middle schoolers and older. Templates are provided and the instructions don’t assume a high degree of sewing talent. Kids will love picking the fabrics and giving the animals their own personalities.

Awesome Edible Kids
Crafts,
written by Arena Blake

Skills needed: Basic
Cooking (stirring, measuring, etc.)

Awesome Edible Kids Crafts provides 75 projects that encourages kids to play with their food. From gummy bear slime (making slime out of gummy bears) to glowing gelatin aliens, kids will learn about the science of food as much as the how to turn ordinary pancakes into something extraordinary. Recipes are rated by the necessity of adult supervision (from 1, which kids ages 6 and older can do on their own, to 5, which will require a lot more help).

The Big Book of
Tricks for the Best Dog Ever,
written by Larry Kay &
Chris Perondi

Skills needed:
Patience, A Dog

As hard as it was to potty train your child, kids will need that kind of patience to be able to train the family pet to perform awe-inspiring tricks, like sitting pretty and carrying objects. The Big Book of Tricks for the Best Dog Ever is a great bonding tool for youngsters to get to know their dogs, and is best for kids in middle school and older. The instructions are perfect to teach both the dog and the human how to perform.

Six Books For Children’s Yoga and Mindfulness (part 1)

Children are also stressed out. Although this sounds so strange, it’s true. Due to weird pressures and sad realities, a lot of kids have to suffer with fears and anxiety. One of the best ways to help those challenges subside is to integrate yoga and mindfulness into their daily lives. Here are some helpful books to get you and your kids started.

ABC
Mindful Me, by Christiane Engel

Preschool–1

ABC Mindful Me is a picture book introducing kids to and also reminds adults about the basics of loving human being and being a decent. As the book title indicates, it offers concepts that are associated with being mindful in alphabetical order, for example, A is Awareness, B is Breathe, C is Compassion,… In addition, the illustrations make the concepts easy and fun. Awareness has people looking at the sky. Breathe shows two people making pinwheels spin and blowing bubbles. Yes, mindfulness is as fun and easy as bubbles and pinwheels.

Buddha
at Bedtime, by Dharmachari Nagaraja

Ages
4–8

This book includes 20 bedtime tales such as Goblin
Island and The Grateful Bull for kids to drift off to. The bedtime tales use
ancient wisdom in order to teach about morals and living a good life. Don’t
worry, it has an introduction for parents to understand the basics of Buddhism
before sharing with their kids. Moreover, the book is gorgeous, so adults will surely
enjoy the book as much as kids.

Yoga
Pretzels, by Tara Guber and Leah Kalish

Ages
4+

Yoga Pretzels isn’t not just a book; it’s a set of cards. It’s also for adults, not for kids only! Each card in this book offers a yoga pose with clear descriptions of what you should do in each pose. It also has pictures to show what each step looks like. There are up to 50 ways to get bendy in the deck, making for a myriad of sequences.

Seven new children and young adults’ books to read this month (part 1)

Cool
Cuts

Writter
and illustrator: Mechal Renee Roe

Ages:
3 -7

Cool Cuts aims to assist black boys feel empowered, regardless of how they prefer to wear their natural hair. From a high top to mini twists, each page is crammed with a special hairstyle, motivational phrase, and therefore the affirmation: I was born to be awesome. The author fills the pages with colorful illustrations, each boy looking happy and assured together with his chosen hairstyle. There’s also a companion book for women, Happy Hair.

Both books were originally self-published and born
out of a love of natural hair and embracing your own unique beauty, consistent
with the Penguin Random House website.

The
Power of Her Pen

Writter:
Lesa Cline-Ransome

Illustrator:
John Parra

Ages:
4 – 8

Journalist Ethel L. Payne involves life within The Power of Her Pen, during a story made richer with illustrations that illuminate the groundbreaking milestones Payne reached in her own life and history. Author Cline-Ransome highlights moments in Payne’s life that led her to be dubbed the “First Lady of the Black Press.” Payne persevered against racism and have become one among three black journalists granted a White House press pass during the Eisenhower administration, courageously asking the president tough questions on issues that affected black people. She continued this line of questioning with presidents like John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Nixon, and Carter.

Payne was already breaking barriers long before she
was questioning presidents from the press pool. She reported on WWII in Japan
and highlighted the stories of black soldiers who fought within the then still-
segregated military. Although Payne, the granddaughter of slaves, had tons
stacked against her, she paved the way for this generation to continue her
work.

Freedom
Bird

Writter:
Jerdine Nolen

Illustrator:
James E. Ransome

Ages:
5 – 9

Freedom Bird happens during slavery in North Carolina. Two siblings, Millicent and John Wheeler, labor within the fields together day in and outing. As they suffer through backbreaking work and therefore the heartbreak of their parents’ being sold away, they’re both inspired by their parents’ dreams of freedom. One day, the siblings cross paths with a bird who can hold the key to their escape. Complete with beautiful illustrations and inspired by African-American folktales, Freedom Bird encourages young readers to hope, even when it seems impossible.

The Best Selling Picture Book for Children in February

Grumpy
Monkey

Writter:
Suzanne Lang

Illustrator:
Max Lang

Grumpy Monkey is a hilarious New York Times bestselling book about handling unexplained feelings…and the danger in suppressing them. Jim the chimpanzee is during a terrible mood for no good reason. His friends can’t understand it–how can he be during a bad mood when it’s such a gorgeous day? They encourage him to not hunch, to smile, and to try to to things that make them happy. But Jim can’t take all the advice…and features a little bit of a meltdown. Could it’s that he just needs each day to feel grumpy?

Suzanne and Max Lang bring hilarity and levity to
the present vital lesson. This book is a superb case study within the dangers
of putting on a cheerful face and demonstrates to kids that they’re allowed to
feel their feelings (though they ought to take care of injuring others within
the process!).

Dear
Girl,

Writter:
Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Paris Rosenthal

Illustrator:
Holly Hatam

Dear Girl, may be a remarkable billet doux written for the special girl in your life.

Through Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Paris Rosenthal’s charming
letters and Holly Hatam’s stunning illustrations, any girl reading this book
will feel that she’s perfect – whether she enjoys jumping during a muddy
puddle, features a face filled with freckles, or dances on table tops.

This book encourages girls to always be themselves
and to like who they are – inside and out.

Dragons
Love Tacos

Writter:
Adam Rubin

Illustrator:
Daniel Salmieri

Dragons love tacos. They love beef tacos, chicken tacos, teeny tiny tacos, and great big tacos. So if you would like to lure a bunch of dragons to your party, you ought to definitely serve tacos. Buckets and buckets of tacos. Unfortunately, where there are tacos, there’s also salsa. And if a dragon eats spicy salsa accidentally, boys you’re in red-hot trouble.

The award-winning team behind Those Darn Squirrels!
has created an unforgettable, laugh-until-salsa-comes-out-of-your-nose tale of
latest friends and therefore the perfect snack.

The most awesome books for gaming fans (part 3)

The
Legend of Zelda Official Sticker Book

Hardcore fans of the epic Legend of Zelda will love this awesome sticker activity book supported your favorite game! This sticker book is full of all the characters from the series, super-fun activities and bags of puzzles. It includes many stickers – numerous you’ll even share them together with your friends! It’ll keep you entertained until subsequent Nintendo game is released and obtain you back to the present amazing world during a unique and exciting way.

The
Sword of Herobrine by Jim Anotsu

The Sword of Herobrine by Jim Anotsu tells the story of Arthur and Mallu, a brother and sister who couldn’t be more different. Mallu loves playing Minecraft whilst her brother absolutely hates the sport. But when his sister gets sucked into the Overworld, Arthur has no choice but to urge there to save lots of her. This is often a story full of zombies, creepers and more monsters than you’ll count! Prepare for an epic adventure.

Daniel
X: Game Over by James Patterson

Daniel X is one among the best superheroes to ever exist and has beat tonnes of evil-doers. During this book, he must eliminate a pair of shape-shifters who own a famous video-game enterprise. Their next game release is another of their evil plans: they need to regulate the minds of youngsters everywhere the earth. Will Daniel X manage to save lots of the day once more or will its game over for him? Follow the alien-hunter on his heroic mission!

Ali-A
Adventures

That’s right: your favorite YouTuber wrote a book! Ali-A is that the author of this awesome story and therefore the main character too (along together with his adorable dog, Eevee). When he’s at the launch of Alien Liberator 2, he’s forced to rework from a gaming icon into a hero who has to battle the cruel aliens crashing the event. Will he be able to save the day with the assistance of his fans or lose the fight to the end-of-game boss?

19 Love Songs, by David Levithan

Author:
David Levithan

Genre:
Emotions

Topics:
Friendship, Highschool, Great Boy Role Models, Misfits and Underdogs

Book
type: Fiction

Publisher:
Knopf Books for Young Readers

Publication
date: January 10, 2020

Publisher’s
recommended age(s): 12 – 18

19 Love Songs of David Levithan incudes short stories and poems, most of which have appeared in previous anthologies or as a part of his earlier books. Many of the pieces portray LGBTQ characters navigating strong feelings of attraction, love, and desire. Like many of Levithan’s novels like a day, Two Boys Kissing, his collection sends teen readers a strong message that they’re not alone in their feelings and experiences. The characters’ sexual and/or gender identifies are important but not unique; love is love, in other words. In some stories, teens use profanity (“f–k,” “s–t,” “ass,” and their variations), and a few drink beer in one story. Sexual intercourse between teens and young adults is described sensuously and passionately – teens disrobe, kiss, and touch during a sexual way, but nothing is described graphically. There’s deep intimacy during this book, but it’s more emotional than physical.

In 19 Love Songs, young-adult author David Levithan collects short stories and poetry that portray the relatable feelings and experiences of teens crazy. For instance, the primary story relates the frustration and confusion of a Quiz Bowl team alternate handling unrequited love and feelings of not belonging. In another piece, a transgender footballer connects powerfully with a cheerleader. Levithan also looks at the first days of his parents’ romance, and therefore the exuberant love between a mother and son on Valentine Day. Throughout the book, he explores the universality and vulnerability of affection from all angles.

As in his beautiful novels, David Levithan offfers wonderfully relatable, sensitive characters during this emotional story and poety collection. At an equivalent time, 19 Love Songs is more generally like Levithan’s valentine to the language of affection. Through every plot twist and each nuance of feeling, the author shares his appreciation for all the tenderness between people, and therefore the ways we use language to attach.