5 Books for Inquisitive Minds

What does an inquisitive mind need?

The answers to everything and more questions that make it look for more answers. Needless to say, such minds love books on almost everything as long as they satiate their desire to learn. So here are 5 books for the inquisitive minds that have been picked from different genres. Have fun reading!

#1. The Roving Mind: Isaac Asimov

The Roving Mind

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This book captures Asimov’s insights on creativity and education in the form of 62 essays that can satiate an inquisitive mind. The essays feature everything that has been happening in the current educational scenario. From censorship to creativity, he predicts a possible feature due to the recent technological developments. At the same time, he has also talked about the controversies related to stem cell research and cloning.

#2. Brand Thinking and Other Noble Pursuits: Debbie Millman

 

As the name suggests, this book is about deep- thinking and branding as well as business strategies. This is a must read book for every graphic designer. But even if you are slightly inclined towards marketing, advertising or how branding effects our everyday lives. But don’t worry, it doesn’t sound like a boring lecture on branding, it is actually quite entertaining, funny and an eye-opener.

#3. Pygmalion: George Bernard Shaw

Pygmalion

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If you are a book person, you must have read the play and if not- here’s a hint: remember ‘My Fair Lady’ where a classy guy makes a bet with his friend and turns an un-classy girl into a classy lady. This is quite similar to the movie. Prof. Higgins is a linguist specialist and a snarky jerk. He makes a bet with his colleague that he can pass this common girl as a Duchess in no time. It is a quick read and you will love the way it has been written!

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