Worldview Changers #NonficNov #NonfictionBookParty #NonfictionNovember

Worldview Changers #NonficNov

Welcome to Week #4 of Nonfiction November 2022: Worldview Changers. I’m eager to participate again this year, and I want to give a shout-out to our hosts:  What’s Nonfiction, Doing Dewey, Plucked from the Stacks, She Seeks Nonfiction, and The OC Bookgirl.

During the month of November, you will notice one nonfiction-focused post each week.

Nonfiction November 2022 (Image: white text in a teal text box listing dates and hosts .... text box rests on a background of colorful fall leaves)

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Weekly Topics:
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Week 1: (October 31-November 4) – Your Year in Nonfiction with Katie @ Doing Dewey
ICYMI:My Year in Nonfiction 2022 Post

Week 2: (November 7-11) – Book Pairing with Rennie @ What’s Nonfiction
ICYMI: Nonfiction and Fiction Book Pairings 2022 Post

Week 3: (November 14-18) –Stranger Than Fiction with Christopher @ Plucked from the Stacks
ICYMI: Nonfiction That Reads Like Fiction 2022 (tweaked from Stranger Than Fiction)

Week 4: (November 21-25) – Worldview Changers with Rebekah @ She Seeks Nonfiction

Week 5: (November 28-December 2) — New to My TBR with Jaymi @ The OC Bookgirl
***Jaymi is also hosting an Instagram (bookstagram) daily photo challenge #NonfictionBookParty. Check out @TheOCBookgirl for all the details.

*Titles are links to my reviews which contain Amazon affiliate links.

Nonfiction November is an opportunity to reflect on the year, to celebrate and appreciate nonfiction, and to share recommendations.

I LOVE a nonfiction book that highlights achievements that  inspire others and, in turn, inspires me to see the world in a new way! Building compassion, deepening understanding, and experiencing lives we’ll never live are some of our favorite reasons for reading.

The five books I’ve chosen for this post represent books that have helped me see the world in a new way.

Please join me for Nonfiction November 2022!

Worldview Changers

***Book titles are link to my reviews which contain Amazon affiliate links.

The Woman They Could Not Silence by Kate Moore

I think it’s important to understand and appreciate the shoulders upon which we (women) stand. It’s women like Elizabeth Packard that fought hard and at great personal sacrifice for certain women’s rights to be recognized. Reading about her experiences helps me appreciate early leaders in the fight for women’s rights.

The Woman They Could Not Silence by Kate Moore

An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth by Chris Hadfield

Literally, Chris Hadfield has a different worldview than anyone reading this post! I love reading about his perspectives of Earth from space, and I appreciate his global scientific perspective and hearing about the cooperation with other countries to run the International Space Station. In his memoir, he uses his experiences in training and space flight to challenge our thoughts about success and helps us see our world from a different perspective.

An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth by Col. Chris Hadfield (cover) a graphic picture of an astronaut in space above the earth

From this year’s reading, I have the above two titles. However, two nonfiction titles I’ve read in the past certainly deserve mention here!

The Day the World Came to Town by Jim DeFede

What happened in Gander, Newfoundland on 9-11 is inspirational and provides a model of hospitality, sacrifice, and kindness for me and for the world! This book demonstrates that traditional values are alive and well in our modern times!

The Day the World Came to Town

Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson

A call for compassion and change, Just Mercy shows me a world that I will never experience. I understand social justice from a new perspective after having pondered Stevenson’s thoughts.

Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson cover

The Choice: Embrace the Possible by Dr. Edith Eva Eger

Dr. Eger’s poignant and reflective memoir encourages me to understand forgiveness and choice in new ways.

The Choice by Dr. Edith Eva Eger (cover) Image: black text on a white background and a black stemmed reddish flower is placed on the entire left margin


Have you read a nonfiction book this year that changed how you see the world?

If you are participating in #NonficNov, please leave a link to your post in the comments.

Happy Reading Book Friends!

“Ah, how good it is to be among people who are reading.”
~Rainer Maria Rilke

“I love the world of words, where life and literature connect.”
~Denise J Hughes

“Reading good books ruins you for enjoying bad ones.”
~Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

“I read because books are a form of transportation, of teaching, and of connection! Books take us to places we’ve never been, they teach us about our world, and they help us to understand human experience.”
~Madeleine Riley, Top Shelf Text

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  1. I have not read a nonfiction book this year that changed my life. I’ve read mostly memoirs, and that’s just for entertainment.

    • I read Lauren Graham’s new memoir last week which was entertaining! I’m a huge fan of hers from Gilmore Girls and Parenthood! This memoir wasn’t as good as her previous one however. But I love her snappy writing style.

  2. I have The Day the World Came to Town on my list as well! And, of course, I have said here several times, that I am whipping through The Woman They Could not Silence – this book is amazing. I love your whole list.

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