5 Books That Promote Positive Thinking in Teens

Illume - Philosophy, mathematics, history or business are all difficult subjects, picky for readers. The following books have a gentle, interesting, young-appropriate approach.

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50 Philosophy Ideas You Really Need to Know by Ben Dupré

50 philosophical ideas you really need to know (Ben Dupré) is a work on 50 interesting philosophical topics. What if the world we live in is simulated by computers and humans are just brains connected to each other? You can deny or disbelieve immediately: “Who knows, anything can happen“. This is only one of the 50 philosophical ideas discussed.

The Little Book of Colour by Karen Haller

The little book of colour (Karen Haller) is a fun book that helps young people easily grasp many other aspects of color. Its application in life not only in the art field but also in color has a great influence on psychology as well as business.

Abacus and Analects of Confucius by Shibusawa Eiichi

Abacus and Analects of Confucius (Shibusawa Eiichi) is a book that seeks to harmonize, blends the thought and philosophy of Thesis (the leading book on moral cultivation) with the abacus (indispensable item of business people). Eiichi asserted that people who do business with ethics and wealth on an ethical basis will be more sustainable.

I Hear You: The Surprisingly Simple Skill Behind Extraordinary Relationships by Michael S. Sorensen

In modern society, the hustle and bustle of life easily makes young people get caught up in dizziness and forget about their own values. Then, they need to have a silence for themselves. The book “I Hear You: The Surprisingly Simple Skill Behind Extraordinary Relationships” partly helps young people find their true feelings, thoughts and desires.

The numbers and the world – the forgotten origin (Chữ số và thế giới – Nguồn gốc bị lãng quên) by Do Minh Triet

The Numbers and the World – The forgotten Origin (Chữ số và thế giới – Nguồn gốc bị lãng quên) (Do Minh Triet) gathers countless interesting stories surrounding the history of creation and the development of numbers. Through the existence and destruction of many civilizations, the entire human race today finally shares and uses the same number. The story behind the numbers is sure to inspire a lot of young readers.