3 Books I Read in 2019 To Challenge Myself

Preamble

Hello Moonlings! I hope you are all well, and 2020 is treating you kindly. I had some inspiration to make a YouTube video talking about 3 books I read in 2019 that really challenged me.

The first one I had read before, but many aeons ago when I had only started university. The second I had wanted to read one of that nature but hadn’t yet. Finally “Dirt to Soil” was a wonderfully accurate gift from Le’Boo last Christmas. He is excellent at surprising me with books.

I hope you enjoy the video and let me know if you read certain books to challenge yourself! I am on GoodReads so feel free to join me over there.

The Forest People.” – Colin Turnbull

The Forest People - Books I challenged myself top read in 2019
The Forest People – Books I challenged myself top read in 2019

Against Empathy.” – Paul Bloom

I have not reviewed this on my GoodReads. I did only give it 4/5 stars, but I explain that in the video.

Against Empathy - Books I read in 2019 to challenge myself
Against Empathy – Books I read in 2019 to challenge myself

Dirt to Soil.” – Gabe Brown

Everyone needs to read this book. Not just farmers, or ranchers but every human. We all eat, and our choices on which food we buy may mean the life or death of our Earth.” – My GoodReads review

Dirt to Soil - Books I read in 2019 to Challenge myself
Dirt to Soil – Books I read in 2019 to Challenge myself

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