5 Essential Books Every Student Must Read

Here's a list of five books that can be beneficial for students, covering a range of genres and theme

Harper Lee's timeless classic explores racism and morality in the American South, urging readers to confront societal prejudices and reflect on the consequences of their actions.

1. "To Kill a      Mockingbird" by      Harper Lee

George Orwell's dystopian masterpiece warns of the dangers of totalitarianism, prompting readers to ponder the erosion of individual freedoms and the power of government oversight.

2. "1984" by George      Orwell

J.D. Salinger's coming-of-age novel, featuring the iconic Holden Caulfield, delves into the challenges of adolescence, identity, and the pursuit of authenticity.

3. "The Catcher in             the Rye" by J.D.       Salinger

Yuval Noah Harari's sweeping narrative provides a thought-provoking overview of human history, encouraging readers to reflect on the impact of cultural, social, and technological changes.

4. "Sapiens: A Brief      History of      Humankind" by      Yuval Noah Harari

Paulo Coelho's philosophical novel follows the journey of Santiago, a young shepherd, imparting timeless lessons about following dreams, listening to one's heart, and recognizing personal legends.

5. "The Alchemist" by      Paulo Coelho