Top US Non-Fiction Books in 2015
Top Books of 2015 / 2015-06-03

With so many books being written and published today, it’s not easy to find good options. While fiction offers a new and exciting look at the world, non-fiction books provide us humor, history, and a slice of life that we can all enjoy. To get an idea of the non-fiction books that our readers have deemed worth reading, take a glance at the 10 best non-fiction books of 2015. As an avid reader, you’ll find something to suit almost any style. 1. Yes Please by Amy Poehler Amy Poehler is probably best known for her work on Saturday Night Live. ¬†Amy’s humor carries over into her writing. In this book titled “Yes Please”, Poehler offers a look into her personal life and shares stories of a humorous nature that takes on a variety of topics. People from all stages of life will enjoy the stories centered around love, parenting, and her relationship with fellow comedian Tina Fey. Although compelling and humorous, this book also has a poignant side that will leave you with even greater appreciation of this sparky comedian. 2. Killing Patton by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Duggard O’Reilly teams up with Duggard on this non-fiction book based on…