These will be short and sweet, many of the books will be reviewed in another section. Here, here its about finding something that might peak your interest and why.
1) Erich Fromm "The Art of Loving"
One of my favourite non-fiction books. Fromm a social psychologist and humanist philosopher elegantly lays out the art of loving. Touching on ways in which western civilization and capitalist culture has infected our preconceptions. He points out some critical things; first, that you can't love anyone until you can love yourself, and second, that love cannot be dependant. Whether you think you know everything about love, or you believe that your cold heart is much too focused to think about such an insignificant thing. This book will change how you treat those closest to you, how you view yourself, and maybe one day, how to love.
2) J.R.R. Tolkien "The Hobbit"
I know far too many people who have either wholly ignored books or else grown disillusioned through mandatory readings. If you fit one of those descriptions you will only embrace the wonders of reading if you begin with something that truly draws you in. If you're seven or forty-seven The Hobbit is one of those books.
3) Jack Kerouac "On The Road"
Jack changed my life, his adventures and mindset towards life influenced me more than any other author. To experience everything, to live free of judgement and most of all to feel, to feel everything until you feel like you might explode from all the life and emotion you've piled inside of yourself.