Cookbooks! There are so many of them, they are so beautifully designed, and the pictures with the final version of the recipe are so mouth-watering! Now imagine if a cookbook contains the recipes inspired by the food served in Harry Porter’s Hogwarts halls or in the aristocratic dining room of Jane Austen’s house in Bath, England? Preparing this kind of literature inspired food will let you understand the culture and the times described in the book even better! Moreover, you will impress all your friends by serving dishes mentioned in Shakespeare’s plays, for example! Check below our collection of famous cookbooks with recipes inspired by different novels, poems and plays.
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A good pen simplifies your studying routine so much! It can improve the way you take notes, the way you remember things and as a result, it can even boost your grades. At the times when a lot of students type their notes on tablets or laptops, there are still a lot of students who prefer to follow their professor in a more traditional way: by taking notes. Actually, it has been proven that jotting down your notes on a piece of paper improves your retention ability and makes it easier to recall things at a later stage.
It is clear to every student doing his or her studies at an American university that college books are a great expenditure in the budget. Moreover, there are certain degrees that require the purchase of textbooks that cost a fortune: it concerns science and business books in particular. Your wallet will start to feel the effect immediately! Through the analysis of your used textbooks’ publication date, condition and prices online, you can understand how much they are really worth. We outlined this information in more detail below, and we hope it should help you sell your used textbooks at the best price!
If you consider yourself a person who prefers traditional means of studying with a pencil and a textbook, then this article is for you! We know so many people who say that they do not like reading texts from computer screens and they need to underline the text to make sure they follow the idea they are reading about. Have you heard of e-textbooks before? If you have, are you still hesitant to try them? You are not alone. A lot of people tend to think that e-textbooks are simply pdf versions of the printed textbooks. In fact, it is not like that anymore. Nowadays, such e-books are designed with numerous collaboration tools, built-in study aids and note-sharing capabilities. There are even such interactive features as quick search and definition look-up which turn e-textbooks into extremely useful study partners you can have on your side. Such additional benefits as lightweight mobility and lower prices make them particularly attractive from a buyer’s point of view, of course.
If you love Netflix, then you have definitely watched their 13-episode drama “Thirteen Reasons Why” based on the eponymous novel by Jay Asher. Both the book and the television adaptation tell the story how after the suicide of a teenage girl, her classmate receives a number of tapes that gradually uncover the reason for her tragic decision. Below we prepared some other stories that resemble this book and which you will love if you have already appreciated the characters of the “13 Reasons Why”.
You might have reviewed all the books on your LSAT list or have the copy of “Black’s Law Dictionary” always on your side, but there are other books on law school shelf which are worth mentioning. We decided to gather a list of such books on the law which will introduce you to landmark Supreme Court decisions or give you food for thought about interesting legal twists in a downtown novel. Check below 12 best books for law students:
If you are an ambitious fashion design student who dreams of embarking on an independent creative journey one day working for the best fashion houses or maybe even establishing your own fashion label, you should not rely simply on your creative talent and the name of your school. It is a difficult and very competitive profession and you need to be well aware of the industry, successful people’s stories, understand how to make useful connections, how to promote yourself and million more other things. For students embarking on such an educational path, it is essential to learn how to express their ideas through solid sketching skills and understand drawing concepts.
How are your reading challenges coming along? Is it one of your New Year resolutions to read a new book every month this year? So you have already made a list of what you want to read or you have just started thinking about it? Either way, it is always good to know the titles that were recommended by people who we admire. That is why we have collected celebrity reading lists from people who have changed the world or stunned us with their performance, or sometimes have done both.
Medical students have to read tons of professional literature over the long course of their studies. Most of the time it is inseparably linked with anatomy, organic chemistry and other subjects which formulate the core knowledge of all the doctors. Here we decided to select the books for medical students which are not assigned to the syllabus but at the same which will make you contemplate about important and interesting issues that doctors have to confront in their professional world. We are sure that reading a surgeon’s memoir of his own death or a Pulitzer-winning history of cancer will encourage you to question certain traditional beliefs in the medical industry. Below is our non-syllabus list of must-read books for medical students.