Everybody has those days when the glass looks half full no matter the angle you are looking from. For the moments when you are feeling low, a good book can give you a boost. From humorous essays to dark humor books, we want to help you get over bad days.
Today we will enumerate 10 books to get yourself in a funky mood. For extra comfort and increasing endorphins, grab a smoothie, hot chocolate or a fluffy blanket and start reading these joyful picks.
Ready to cheer up?
Here are 10 books that we already read and gave us a really nice feeling. And also lectures that are on our wishlist:
- “A man called Ove”. I tell everybody about this book. There are so many lessons to learn from it. Bitter-sweet, this book finds a place in anyone’s heart. Yes, it was an easy to read book, but with so many things to learn. “A Man Called Ove” talks about the grumpy people in our lives and their big, warm and kind hearts.
An international bestseller, you can find this book both in online and offline libraries.
- “The Night Circus” is perfect to read in your teens, but it is more than that. It is a book for anyone who wants to be reminded of love and commitment and about that little bit of magic that lives in every one of us.
- “My grandmother asked me to tell you”. If you are either a child or a fully grown up, you just simply cannot read this novel without loving it. So if you haven’t got it already, don’t waste any more time and buy it. You will laugh, cry and let yourself be dragged into a fantasy world without political correctness conduct which you will just simply adore.
- “The Little Book of Hygge”. Reading “The Little Book of Hygge” I realized that there are so many little things that can make us happy, but which we barely consider. Wiking mentions “hygge” as a value with which Danes people grow since they are children. Habits like inviting friends to dinner, lighting candles everywhere in the house, enjoying good food and soft drinks in a restaurant, these are little things that “hygge” talks about.
- “Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine”. I picked up this book mainly because of its reviews. Just before the holiday, I needed a relaxing book, something I could easily read on the beach. So there was the debut novel of Gail Honeyman, a lecture that is ranked as the third-best fiction novel on Goodreads. Funny, inspiring and relaxing, so why not give it a chance?
- “Alice in Wonderland” is a book for all ages. It doesn’t matter if you’re young or old, it has something for everyone. For kids, it’s a magical land, for teenagers, it’s a story of rebellion and for adults, well, it’s a way to become a kid again.
- “Rich People Problems” is perfect if you are looking for a book to distract you from daily stress and problems. This is an easy lecture with cue fights, plenty of drama and a story to brighten your mood.
- “Long Live The Tribe of Fatherless Girls’ by T Kira Madden is a memoir and a reading pleasure for those who are nostalgic about the ’90s times in Boca Raton, Florida.
- “Desire for Chocolate“. Reading the novel you will not only crave for hot chocolate, but you will also learn how the cocoa bean arrived and Europe and how it ended up to be so sophisticated as it is today.
- “The Sun Is a Compass: A 4,000-Mile Journey into the Alaskan Wilds’ by Caroline Van Hemert is about journeys. The author and her husband set off a 4000-mile wildness trip, each step being related in the book. For those who feel wanderlust, this is the perfect book.