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Novels Everyone Should Read: INFOGRAPHIC

Knowledge Is BeautifulWhat fiction books do you typically like to recommend? Designer David McCandless created an infographic called “Novels Everyone Should Read” for his new book, Knowledge is Beautiful.

Some of the titles featured in this image include To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Catch-22 by Joseph Heller, and Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. We’ve embedded the entire graphic below for you to explore further. (via The Huffington Post)
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Jane Austen-Inspired Recommendations: INFOGRAPHIC

janeaustenThe Austin Public Library has created an infographic called “Jane Austen with a Twist.”

This flowchart, which honors Austen’s 239th birthday, features 23 recommendations for books inspired by the stories of Jane Austen.

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The World’s Greatest Storytellers: INFOGRAPHIC

World's Greatest Storytellers

Who would you name as the world’s greatest storyteller? The team at Raconteur.net interviewed 500 authors, journalists, editors, students, media experts, and marketing professionals to try to uncover the answer to this question; the data was collected into an infographic.

The ones that made it into the top six include five British writers and one American horror master: William Shakespeare, J.K. Rowling, Roald Dahl, Charles Dickens, Neil Gaiman, and Stephen King. Follow this link to view the full infographic.

The State of eBooks: INFOGRAPHIC

ebookchartData journalist Niall McCarthy has created an infographic which explores the current state of eBooks

Charted by Statista, McCarthy shared the infographic in a post on Forbes. Check it out: “Today, 23 percent of all male adults and 33 percent of all female adults in the United States read e-books. In fact, the global e-book industry is worth a whopping $8.5 billion.”

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What Kind of Reader Are You?: INFOGRAPHIC

booklikesOnline reading community site BookLikes has created an infographic that explores the different types of readers out there called, “What Kind of Reader Are You?”

The graph categories the different personalities of readers. Check it out:

Book lovers have different personalities just like ordinary people. We find it hard to choose only one as it also depends on the book(s) we’re reading. For the most of the time we’ll go for a mix of Polygamist+Extrovert+Altruist. Some books, however, make us monogamist introverts. And a very very tiny percentage of titles change us into neurotic readers.

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Best Christmas Books of All Time: INFOGRAPHIC

christmasLooking for some Christmas-themed reads? NinjaEssays.com has created an infographic called “Best Christmas Books,” which includes a list of popular holiday books across genres including: children’s, fantasy, romance and crime.

Check it out:

From How the Grinch Stole Christmas to Agatha Christie’s The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding, there is something for each family member. If classics are your choice, then you’ll enjoy reading (and rereading) Little Women or The Nutcracker. If, on the other hand, you want to surprise someone with a suspense-creating mystery book, then you could never go wrong with Mary Higgins Clark! Don’t worry; there is something for romance lovers as well – Bring Me Home for Christmas will be a great comfort read in a cold night.

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What Do Kids Want in Books?: INFOGRAPHIC

scholasticlogo082310Scholastic has created the “What Do Kids Want in Books?” infographic. The data was sourced from the research done for the “Kids & Family Reading Report: Fifth Edition.”

The full report will be published in January 2015. We’ve embedded the entire graphic after the jump for you to explore further.
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Which Books Must You Read in Your Lifetime?: INFOGRAPHIC

GumtreeHave you ever made a bucket list for books? Gumtree.com has created an infographic called “12 Books You Should Read Before You Die.”

Some of the classic titles being featured include The Catcher in The Rye by J.D. Salinger, Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck, and To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. We’ve embedded the entire graphic after the jump for you to explore further. (via The Mile Long Bookshelf)
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CEO.com & DOMO Create ‘The CEO Bookshelf’ Infographic

CEO logoHave you ever wondered what books the heads of Amazon, Facebook, and Google read? CEO.com and DOMO partnered together to create an infographic called “The CEO Bookshelf.” This piece showcases the reading preferences of 22 high-profile entrepreneurs including Marissa Mayer, Elon Musk, and Larry Page.

Here’s more from CEO.com: “CEOs might be some of the hardest-working people in the business world, but the average chief executive still carves out a block of time every day to read. In fact, Warren Buffett admits to spending 80 percent of his day reading.” We’ve embedded the entire graphic after the jump for you to explore further.

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Oxford Dictionaries Team Creates a ‘Word of the Year’ Infographic

Oxford DictionariesEarlier this week, the executives behind the Oxford Dictionaries announced that “vape” was chosen as the 2014 Word of the Year. With the popularity of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) on the rise, usage of this word has increased.

Over at the OxfordWords blog, the team posted an infographic to share “the history of vape and why we’ve chosen it for Word of the Year – as well as looking at previous winners of Oxford Dictionaries’ Word of the Year over the past decade.” We’ve embedded the entire graphic after the jump for you to explore further.
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