• May 2011 Best Sellers List

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    Reading is a great past time. When you get the opportunity to read a good book your world expand. Here are the top 10 books according to BCCN1. There is new research  that reading actually improves the memory. This may be a good time to start. As we age our minds need to be exercised as well as our bodies. Here are the Best Sellers for the Month of May 2011:

    The #1 Non -Fiction Hardcover Book: “Passing It On ” by Myles Munroe discusses forming new leaders.  The book is a wake-up call. Myles Munroe wants all leaders to focus on building the right team for the future and to make it a top priority because the process is not a quick one. Properly mentoring the right people to ensure the continuation of an organization is actually a process that must be woven into that organization over a span of years or even decades.

    Chapter topics discussed include:

    • The Chaos of Transition
    • The Leadership Dilemma
    • Living Beyond Your Generation
    • The Principles of Mentoring
    • If you are looking for basic guideline this is the book to pick up.The book is written in a simple walk through method.

    The # 1 Fiction Paperbacks A+  Attitude is a  children’s book.  The Morgan Love Series is a chapter book series written for girls, 7 – 9 years old.  The series provides moral lessons that will aid in character development.  It will also help young girls develop their Vocabulary, English and Math skills as they read through the stories and complete the entertaining and educational exercises provided at the end of each chapter and in the back of the book. Over the years books have become less and less a focus point of young readers. This is a great start for your daughters. You may even use it as an evening read.

    All books on the list are available for Nook and Kindle.

    If you need to know what you should read check out the following reviews: Book Review: Black Woman Redefined and 8 Steps To Encourage Your Teen To Read also read the review for   “All Up In My Business” Is Real Business.

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