Top books to read this month

Check out our top recommended new books to read this month. Enjoy a mix of memoir’s, hot topics and interesting reads.

Small Change, BIG DIFFERENCE – The Penny Appeal Story – £12,35 from Amazon

This remarkable account of how a young British Muslim, Adeem Younis, overcame the tragic loss of his father when he was just six years old to become a multi-millionaire entrepreneur and the founder of one of the largest British Muslim charities, Penny Appeal.

End of Mental Illness, by Dr Daniel Amen – £14.06 WhSmiths

How Neuroscience Is Transforming Psychiatry and Helping Prevent or Reverse Mood and Anxiety Disorders, ADHD, Addictions, PTSD, Psychosis, Personality Disorders, and More.

Border Crossings by Mohammad Chowdhury – £18.99 Waterstones

Whether negotiating the mind-games of the Israeli intelligence services or performing ablutions in a London bathroom, Mohammad Chowdhury’s life as a British Muslim travelling the world brings daily challenges. Border Crossings is the story of Chowdhury’s journey, gripping in some parts and shame-inducing in others, as he describes a lifelong struggle to reconcile the British, Asian and Muslim sides of his identity, constantly dealing with the mistrust of Westerners alongside the hypocrisies of his own community and their misunderstanding of Islam.

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