Book Monday: Books to Help Students During “March Madness”

Posted: March 19, 2012 in Book Monday

No, we’re not referring to the US March Madness of college basketball, but all the exams, requirements, papers, projects that students are now undergoing for their final schoolyear requirements. So here are some books we suggest that you read while taking a break from all your crazy schoolwork

10 Keys to College Success

by E.S Leung-Yao 

You don’t have to be a bookworm, a nerd, or a genius to excel in college!
Let the keys of D-I-S-C-I-P-L-I-N-E unlock the doors to a first-rate student life for you. In this book, the author shares guidelines on studying and helps you evaluate your study habits. Even an average college student can have fun learning!

 

 

Pass or Fail by Ronald Molmisa

Lagi ka bang may kaba tuwing mag-eexam, magpapasa ng requirements o kapag may graded recitation? Ano ba ang kelangan gawin para hindi naman laging 50/50 ang buhay mo sa school?

The book includes chapters on Reading, Memorizing and Note-Taking, To Cheat or Not to Cheat, Time Out! Stressed Ako, Terror Ba Teacher Mo, and lots of other useful tidbits, written in a language that young people can relate to.

 

Bible Promises for Students

Does God have plans for me? My parents simply don’t understand me. Can God help us to communicate? How do I deal with peer pressure?

Whether you’re fearing the consequences of a failing grade, dealing with peer pressure, bridging the gap between your parents and you — He is there for you.

 

 

What Matters Most for Teens

This book weaves together reflection questions, real life stories, brief-but-hard-hitting Bible studies, life application ideas, and prayer starters that spur the reader towards authentic growth. It tackles fifty crucial life issues teenagers face including coping with anxiety, dating, accepting yourself, nurturing friendships, dealing with hurts.

 

Dopple Ganger Chronicles Vol 2

by G.P Taylor

Famed explorer and former thief Eric Morrisey Ganger and his mischievous sidekicks, twins Sadie and Saskia Dopple are off to new and more exciting adventures in the second volume of The Dopple Ganger Chronicles, the exciting new series that combine both traditional text and art in a genre called “illustra-novella”.

Click here for Vol 1

 

Tomo 8: The Battle for Argon Falls

In this final chapter of the beloved Tomo series, Hana’s world is rocked with the defeat of Argon Falls at the hands of Urn’Ado. Hana and Tomo are the only ones standing in between him and complete victory. All seems lost, but Hana and her friends refuse to give up and hold on to their faith and prepare for one last battle that will determine the fate of Argon Falls once and for all.

First, you went on a road trip. Along the way, you got lost and had to steer your life back on track. Now your tank is running low on gas. You need a fresh infusion of wisdom and inspiration. You need to REFUEL

In Ru dela Torre’s 3rd book with OMF Literature, he shares a mix of personal reflections and devotional entries or “reflectio-devos” to energize you while you’re spending quiet times with God.

 

And a bonus for graduating college students…

Going Up by Yay Olmedo

You’re trying to make your mark in the corporate world. The workplace will test your character and your faith. You either go with the flow – you compromise. Or you go away – you resign. But there’s another way. You go up – you submit to God and trust Him to mold you as you do your job in the best way you can.

In Going Up? the author, Yay Padua-Olmedo, shares with you lessons she learned from 30 years of navigating through the pitfalls and highpoints of the corporate world. Going Up? is filled with nuggets of practical wisdom you can apply in your everyday work situations.

Comments
  1. Nitoy Gonzales says:

    great collection….

  2. Nice list. I’m pretty excited for The Dopple Ganger

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