Top 7 Non-Fiction Bestsellers At Kunzum From March 2024

Welcome and enjoy Kunzum’s picks from March’s best selling nonfiction reads! Our list reflects what readers are buying, loving, and recommending. Discover hidden gems and popular favourites—we’ve got something for everyone (besides overdone self-help and get-rich-quick schemes)

A Bookshop of One’s Own by Jane Cholmeley

 “A Bookshop of One’s Own” chronicles Jane Cholmeley’s journey building a feminist bookstore during Margaret Thatcher’s era. It’s a memoir that blends the challenges of running an independent business with the fight for social change. Cholmeley describes the joys of fostering a community around feminist literature, all while facing sexism and prejudice. This book offers a unique perspective on the women’s liberation movement through the lens of a passionate bookseller. 

Great Speeches of Modern India by Rudrangshu Mukherjee

Explore modern India’s history through the voices of its icons in “The Great Speeches of Modern India” by Rudrangshu Mukherjee. This collection features iconic addresses from figures like Gandhi, Nehru, and Tagore, alongside lesser-known gems. From political discourse to artistic visions, these speeches offer a firsthand look at the ideas that shaped a nation.

The Anthology of Balaji by Eric Jorgenson

Want a glimpse into the future? Dive into “The Anthology of Balaji,” a thought-provoking collection by tech visionary Balaji Srinivasan. Author Eric Jorgenson curates Balaji’s insights on navigating technology’s impact, discerning truth in today’s information overload, and shaping a brighter future. Exclusive Alert: The hardcover is only available at Kunzum!

All About Love by bell hooks

hooks’s “All About Love” shatters conventional notions of love. It delves beyond romantic passion, urging us to critically cultivate self-acceptance, empathy, and care in all aspects of life. Through personal reflections and insightful analysis, hooks exposes the societal roots of lovelessness and offers a powerful path to heal ourselves and build a more loving world. A profound must-read.

Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

In “Thinking, Fast and Slow,” Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman explores the hidden world of our minds. He proposes two thinking systems: the fast, intuitive System 1 and the slower, deliberative System 2. Kahneman reveals how these systems influence our decisions, highlighting our mental shortcuts and biases. This groundbreaking book challenges how we think, showing us how to leverage both intuition and reason for better decision-making. 

The Women Who Changed Art Forever: A Graphic Novel by Valentina Grande

“The Women Who Changed Art Forever” takes you to the lives of four groundbreaking feminist artists. Valentina Grande’s text explores the iconic works of Judy Chicago, Faith Ringgold, Ana Mendieta, and the Guerilla Girls. Each artist’s chapter features a unique visual style by illustrator Eva Rossetti, reflecting the essence of their art. This graphic novel celebrates the power of these women who challenged the art world and redefined the female experience. 

Anne Frank’s Diary: The Graphic Adaptation by Ari Folman

Ari Folman’s graphic adaptation breathes new life into Anne Frank’s diary. Passages from the original intertwine with David Polonsky’s evocative illustrations, capturing the claustrophobia of the Secret Annex alongside Anne’s dreams and aspirations. This powerful reimagining doesn’t shy away from the horrors of war, but it also celebrates Anne’s resilience and unwavering spirit, making it a poignant and accessible introduction to her timeless story. 

Pick up any of these 7 Non-Fiction Bestsellers from March 2024 from any Kunzum store or WhatsApp +91.8800200280 to order. Buy the book(s) and the coffee’s on us.

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