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14 Informative Books You Can Read In One Sitting

Occasionally, I just want to sit down for a few hours and read a book start to end.

Perhaps you want to read a certain number of books in a month, or just want to kick back and take in some knowledge. Whatever your motivations, here are 14 informative books you can read in one sitting.

#1 Musing Mediterranean by Beth Daigle

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Musing Mediterranean is a quick and easy read that chronicles a family trip to Greece, Italy and Turkey. Many readers have suggested that the book acts as a great resource for those planning a trip to the Mediterranean. Along with a great story, the book provides valuable information with regard to family travel, coping with travel anxiety as well as many tourist recommendations in some of the most beautiful place on earth.

Travel tips, attraction details, restaurant recommendations and helpful dos and don'ts can be found throughout the pages of this book which many readers report they couldnโ€™t put down and completed in one sitting.

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Contributors: Beth Daigle from BethDaigle

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  1. This is a charming book that will draw you in after the first page. You will feel like a family member and wish you were along on their wonderful adventure. Beth Dangle has such a natural style of writing I want to read more by her.

#2 Purpose by Ben Renshaw

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Whether in business or in life, Ben Renshaw advocates the importance of leading with purpose. By discovering and following your purpose you will remain on track, regardless of the obstacles you hit along the way. Your purpose will give you the capacity to embrace roadblocks with a growth mindset and greater resilience. In this book, Renshaw guides the reader in discovering their purpose, helping them to develop a mindset and skillset that pave the way for this purpose.

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Contributors: Eva Lau from LID Publishing

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#3 Pain Management Decoded by Dr. JB Kirby

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This book is an excellent, short read and it has been helpful to many other people.

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Contributors: JB Kirby from DrJBKirby

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#4 17 Rules of a Successful Single Mother by Sina Banks

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With a page count of only 112 pages, 17 Rules of a Successful Single Mother is a life-changing book all single mothers should read. This book will help you with life's many challenges and will help you to create a better life for you and your children. Sina Banks is a successful single mother who has had many life challenges and experiences.

Becoming a mother has been the best experience so far. Banks loves making a difference in the lives of other women, so she decided to share 17 Rules of a Successful Single Mother with all the single mothers in the world.

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Contributors: Jack Joseph fromย Palmetto Publishing Group

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#5 Fitting In: The Mask of Health by Alexandre Carneiro

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Recognized as one of the leading trainers in the fitness industry, Alexandre Carneiro has been helping people worldwide get in the best shape of their lives and be the healthiest they can be. From corporations to professional athletes to celebrities to everyday people, Carneiro has worked for a decade to change people's lives. Now it's your turn.

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Contributors: Jack Joseph fromย Palmetto Publishing Group

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#6 Choose Happy by Jill Liberman

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This is an interesting and informative read written to help people live a happier life every day. It is a quick read, designed to be finished in one sitting. Choose Happy appeals to young and not so young alike and people in any career or stage of life. Everyone wants to be happy. The book is whimsical, powerful and reminds readers that happiness is a choice.

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Contributors: Jill Liberman from Choose Happy Inc

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  1. i read this book not in one sitting because of my busy life….but every day i didnt finish the book, i couldn’t wait to get back until i finished the entire book. it was like i was telling myself these things all along. great read great book

#7 Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying by Allen Klein

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When we go through a loss of any kindโ€ฆlosing our job, a loved one, or relocatingโ€ฆwe donโ€™t want to read a book on grief and loss that is hundreds of pages or that will tell us how bad we are feeling. This short, simple, book does the opposite. In an easy-to-digest, warm, and highly-accessible format, this book provides five sensible and encouraging steps: losing, learning, letting go, living, and laughing. The book is a steadfast compass that offers hope and resilience to anyone trying to navigate through difficult times.

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Contributors: Allen Klein from Goodman Beck Publishing

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#8 Burning Desire by Deborah Spence

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In her book, Burning Desire, Deborah shares her story of what motivated her to stay the course and survive her first year in real estate sales and to ultimately emerge at the top of her field. Hers is a true story of how, despite health challenges, she turned tragedy into triumph and hardship into success. Deborah also shares the tools she used to gain success and the activities that, as a new agent or newer agent, should be own's primary focus. She hopes to motivate others to reach their top level in real estate, mortgages, finance, investments, or whatever the chosen field.

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Contributors: Eartha Watts Hicks from Earthatone Enterprises

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#9 Bridge the Gap by Brian Stroh

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Bridge the Gap is a book about churches assisting and helping public schools. ย It's very pro-teacher and is an informative and interesting book many readers have read in one sitting.

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Contributors: Brian Stroh from Bridge the Gap

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#10 Gaining the Edge by John DePuy

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Gaining the Edge is book three of Building Business in the 21st Century; a three-part series dedicated to assisting the business owner.

Book Three, Gaining The Edge, walks the business owner from operating a small โ€œmom & popโ€ operation, to raising substantial capital for funding, to taking the company public. From one employee to one thousand, and every stage between, this series will help you grow and understand vital systems and processes to gain the edge and win!

There is a companion Business Builder Notebook to each book designed to help the business address problems, create solutions and take action. These notebooks help take the principles they have learned and draw conclusions that are specific to their unique business situation. They are a powerful resource tool for todayโ€™s entrepreneur and business owner.

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Contributors: John DePuy from Oaktree Ventures Inc.

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#11 The Self-Aware Parent by Fran Walfish

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A healthy relationship based on mutual trust is every parent's wish. The bond between infant and parent is a natural phenomenon, but as children reach their preteens and form their own personalities, fireworks between the child and parent can ensue. Drawing on 20 years of clinical experience and new theories on attachment, family therapist and consultant to Parents magazine Dr. Fran Walfish argues that parents need to distinguish their own personality types in order to make more informed decisions about how they interact and raise their own children.

This step-by-step guide shows parents:

  • how to recognize the strength and weaknesses of your parenting style and how it affects your child;
  • the ways your style might clash with your child's nature, and how to negotiate a common ground;
  • the vital importance of establishing trust with a preteen to better prepare for turbulent teen years.

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Contributors: Fran Walfish from DrFranWalfish

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#12 The Barrows Popularity Factor by Robert Barrows

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Easy-to-use advertising math that can help all kinds of businesses make a lot more money. The math will actually let you quantify the relationship between your  advertising and sales and it can help you increase your sales, increase your profit and decrease your risk.

The math is universal and effective, and you can read the whole booklet in about an hour.Plus, the math is extremely easy to use. All of the calculations can be done by one person, in moments, with just a simple calculator...and as the say in advertising... It really works!

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Contributors: Robert Barrows from Barrows

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#13 Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy

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[This book] is a terrific resource for tips and suggestions on how to overcome procrastination. The book is relatively short and perfect for procrastinators because once read, you won't have to remind yourself to pick it back up again to read!

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Contributors: Beth Shankle Anderson at The Style Bouquet

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#14 Marketing, A Love Story by Bernadette Jiwa

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This book is perfect for the new or aspiring business owner who wants to see business from the eye of their customer. I read this book in less than 24 hours!

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Contributors: Emily Loeber from Emily Loeber Therapy LLC

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