I posted a F in Exams: The Very Best Totally Wrong Test Answers book review several months back. So, here I am with a couple more fun (and slightly more informative) books for college students, just in time for going back to college.
One of the most helpful books I’ve come across for a college student is the book College Safety 101. It is written by and for a girl. However, the safety tips provided could be used by males too. It includes tips about keeping your room and stuff safe (you know, lock the door and things like that). It also urges you to trust in your gut instincts. However, it’s more than that with safety tips about traveling and your online profile! It’s definitely a worth-while read for any future or present college student or someone starting out on their own.
One of my newly favorite cookbooks is the The First Real Kitchen Cookbook. It is actually meant for the recent graduate who just got their first apartment with a real kitchen. However, a college student could totally use it. The book has tips and lists for what a basic kitchen needs (super handy). It also helps people learn how to be creative with their cooking while providing hints for foods to select to try. It’s really a nice book that I can’t wait to use next year when I hopefully move out of my parents house. 😉
Another fun yet less serious book is America’s Douchiest Colleges Book. It suggests that all colleges and college guys are d-bgs. However, you become a different type of one depending on which college you go to. This book lists several colleges with some facts and has a rating system in place. This is a different perspective for looking at/for colleges. It’s obviously written for guys. I don’t even use the d-word in my vocabulary and hesitated to use it in a post. However, it is the name of the book. I’m not offended by it by any means, I just don’t use it myself. I think many guys would find this book interesting.
Do you have any suggestions for books for college students?
Disclosure: I received these books for free. No compensation was received. The opinions expressed are my own.