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#055: How to Read a Non-Fiction Book [Podcast] | Michael Hyatt
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Fav Non-fiction Books

My five favorite non-fiction books Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow Marching Through Georgia by Lee Kennett Franklin & Winston by Jon Meacham Massacre at th...

Anonymous Anonymous says:
Good nonfiction book?
i have a nonfiction book report. One that is interesting around 200 pages is good.
CMM says:
I might be able to give you better choices if you told us what types of subjects you're interested in and what grade you are in. Since you haven't, though, I've tried to provide a selection. I...

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