The Top Five Non-Fiction Mood Boosting Books

Todays Mood Boosting list is the top five non-fiction books recommended by you.

mood boosting books

Notes from a Small Island/ One Summer/The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt kid by Bill Bryson

bryson“What a funny look at the country we call home.”

“One of the most uplifting books I have read. Bill tells us what he thinks of

Britain from an American’s perspective. I remember sitting in bed at night     

 laughing out loud at some of the funniest moments. I also  recommend listening to the audio book, which is equally entertaining.”

My Family and Other Animals – Gerald Durrell

durrell“I loved the eccentric lifestyle, the freedom to roam and animal collection, all set on beautiful Corfu.





A Street cat named Bob by James Bowen

street cat “This is a great story and very moving. It’s about hope and the future.”

 “A real story about homelessness and life adversity that always ends on a  good note.  Makes you cry in a good way and instills hope.”



Open – Andre Agassi

agassi“A brilliant and heartfelt read about the pressure and expectations of being a professional sportsman. From hating the game he played to eventually loving it – a real journey of discovery.”



All Creatures Great and Small/All Things Bright and Beautiful – James Herriot

allcreaturesRefreshing, humorous, delightful reading.”


Keep watching this space for more lists.

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