If you want to perfect your English, read what natives read.
Why do learn English reading motivational books? The English used on books like these are simple and fun. You can increase your vocabulary and the tenses on motivational books are present and past simple And I really recommend them to you. We have prepared a list of books for you to improve your English Below.
1.“The Magic of Thinking Big” by David J. Schwartz
The English level in this book: The writing in this book is a little wordy (it uses a lot of words), but the language is quite simple for an intermediate learner to follow. there are a lot of Phrasal verb on it. Buy on Amazon.
2. “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” by Robin Sharma
About the book: This fable is about a man called Mantle. He has a heart attack, he drops out of the game and disappears. He sells all his possessions and goes to India to seek a more meaningful existence. When he comes back, he’s a changed man. Really, it’s as if he’s a completely different person. He’s learned from some mythical Himalayan gurus who give him mystical and yet practical advice, which he shares with his former associate.
The English level in this book: This book uses a lot of adjectives, present continuous and simple past. More intermediate readers will enjoy this one. Buy on Amazon.
3. “The 48 Laws of Power” by Robert Greene
About the book: This book has elaborated with examples about the ways and secrets to rise for everyone ranging from businessmen, corporate executives, politicians, artists, and farmers. It is a recipe of practical instructions on what life and the world is not how it should be.
The English level in this book: This book is readable for high-intermediate level learners. Robert Greene is an American author, so some of the language is specific to Amerincan English. Buy on Amazon
4. “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind” by T. Harv Eker
About the book: This book is written by a successful author, businessman and motivational speaker Mr.T. harv eker. In this book in you will realize the rich people have a way more different mindset then the poor people.
The English level in this book: This book is readable for intermediate level learners. T. Harv Eker’s writing is very simple and it is a exciting book. I extremily recommend it. Buy on Amazon.
5. “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck” by Mark Manson
About the book: Manson’s writing style is humorous, honest, and matter-of-fact. He writes candidly about “real traumatic shit” he has experienced. Reading this book you will learn a lot of slang: words like “womanizer” (a man who engages in numerous casual sexual affairs with women), deadbeat (Adisreputable person).
The English level in this book: This book is readable for high intermediate level learners. As all motivational book its writing is very simple and I also recommend this one. Buy on Amazon.
6. “The Mountain Is You” by Brianna Wiest
About the book: This book is about self-sabotage. It will help those stutents who think will never achieve their goal. (learn english for exemple). I’ve read this book too. I can tell you how much it has allowed me to see not only how much I self sabotage, but the one who creatd the mountain (difficulty) was me.
The English level in this book: I would recommend this book to intermediate level learners. Brianna’s writing style is very simple. Buy on Amazon.
7. “The Power of Vision” by Myles Munroe
About the book: Imagine you have a seed on your hand. What do you see on your hand? If your answer is Only a seed, you aren’t a visionary. A person of vision doesn’t see only a seed, but inside it a lot of seed. You are going to read it other subjects through this book. Whether you are a businessperson, a departmental manager, an employee, a homemaker, a student, or a head of state, author Myles Munroe explains how you can make your dreams and hopes a living reality.
The English level of this book: Myles Munroe’s writing style is extremely simple and even a A2 to B1 level reader can read it. Buy on Amazon.
8. The Art of Saying No by Damon Zahariades
About the book: Are you a professional doormat? Do people constantly push you around to get you to help them? If so, author Damon Zahariades’ best-selling instruction manual gives you useful techniques for saying no. You can help yourself to say no and at the same time improve your Engilsh.
The English level of this book: Like all the Motivational book, the English of this one is quite simple, but Damon Zahariades start it with simple writing and then get difficult. Buy on Amazon.