Above photo by Roberto Hernandez
By Dechanne Lane
"The Ultimate Scholarship Handbook 2017" by Gen Tanabe and Kelly Tanabe
One can never have too much help financially when it comes to covering the cost of higher education. This handbook offers tips and tricks for applying for over a million scholarships, grants and prizes.
"The Criminal Law Handbook" by Paul Bergman
Knowing your rights is always important. Whether facing a simple infraction or something more serious, this book details and explains how the justice system works.
"The Elements of Style" by William Strunk Jr. and E. B. White
Covering topics such as English language style, usage and composition, this book is sure to improve your writing skills.
"Manufacturing Consent" by Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky
In a generation where information is at our fingertips, it is important to put more thought into what we believe. Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky use case studies to detail the propaganda behind assumed free media.
"Blink" by Malcolm Gladwell
Exploring the psychology of decision making, this book focuses on our prejudices and how they influence the choices we make.
"The Guide to Getting it On" by Paul Joannides
Who says learning can’t be fun? “The Guide to Getting it On” offers a fun approach into unknown sexual territory. Paul Joannides delivers a comic-book-style guide to spicing up your sex life. No stone is left unturned as he makes even the most disturbing sexual endeavors seem moderately normal. Readers will be left with an unabashed outlook on every dirty little thought that has ever crossed their minds in the bedroom.