Recently, I have read a few books that are well illustrated, “Steal Like an Artist” is one of them. Thus, I feel, I am developing a likeness for these kind of books as I found them more interactive and solving their purpose with some illustrations is quite fruitful to the conscience. These are also a perfect match for people who hesitate to read. And I think since these illustrated books are short in length, they are quite good for recommendations.
How to be Interesting by Jessica Hagy is another of those illustrated one. The basic idea which the book tries to convey is quite simple. It’s a “self-help” book about exploring yourself, exposing yourself to wild ideas, instead of being cynical why not be carefree like a child and about being open. These are some major themes that the author tries to focus on with some illustrations and her words. The idea of the book is itself is creative. Continue reading