Adults who don’t like to read often don’t find books to be pleasurable. They may find other forms of entertainment more entertaining. In addition to books, adults who don’t like to read may also enjoy the visual arts. Not to worry as there is a book for every one. A book or two can help them relax and improve their mind it’s just a matter of finding the right one. So, what are some great books for adults who don’t like to read? Here are a few suggestions:
Happy Birthday Bad Kitty
If you think reading books is not fun, you might want to give Happy Birthday Bad Kitty a try. Sydney, a 7-year-old girl, loves Bad Kitty, and she can’t wait to celebrate her birthday with her friends. Luckily, Sydney isn’t the only person with a bad attitude. Her friends are all weird and eccentric, and they all have mysterious goals, so it’s sure to be a fun celebration for everyone.
The Kite Runner
The Kite Runner is a book that has been on the New York Times bestseller list for over two years. It was named the Reading Group Book of the Year in 2006 and 2007 and has been adapted into several different forms. It is currently available in multiple formats, including audiobook and graphic novel. Those who are not big readers will still enjoy this book.
The Catcher in the Rye
In the Catcher in the Rye for those who don’t like to read isn’t exactly a challenging modernist novel. Instead of being a heavy tome full of archaic allusions, it’s a breezy, short read that anyone can enjoy. It will pique the interest of a person who doesn’t like to read, but won’t let go of it once it begins.
Animal farm is a classic book that satirizes modern politics, quality, and tyranny. It tells the story of animals rebelling and creating their own rule in a farm. A pure bred boar called Old Major influences the animals, inspiring them to rebel against humankind and create a peaceful farm. Adapted into many films and TV shows, this book has a wide appeal among people who don’t like to read.
Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant is a graphic memoir written by cartoonist Roz Chast. It’s a poignant account of the family’s move into an elderly care facility in Connecticut. While the Chasts’ parents lived a relatively comfortable life, their circumstances changed dramatically after they were placed in an eldercare facility. Roz’s vividly illustrated book is an ideal companion for readers who want to feel more connected to their loved ones.