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Best Books For 70 Year Old Men

Books are universal and one will never be too old for them, be it for being entertained, having a laugh, or even learning something new, books are there for you whatever your age is.

There are even books out there which pages hold the key to entertain a 70 year old man, here are some of them.

#1 A New Purpose: Redefining Money, Family, Work, Retirement and Success; Ken Dychtwald and Daniel Kadlec

A New Purpose: Redefining Money, Family, Work, Retirement and Success; Ken Dychtwald and Daniel Kadlec
A New Purpose is an inspiring read for those who are looking for ways to bring more meaning in to their retirement years.

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#2 This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism; Ashton Applewhite

This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism; Ashton Applewhite
This humorous and enlightening book reveals the roots of long-held ageist myths and stereotypes and will challenge your own belief system about aging.

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#3 All About Inventing by Andrea Hence Evans

All About Inventing by Andrea Hence Evans
Most 70 year old men are retired and they have time on their hands to think of great ideas! This book is perfect for the 70 year old man with great ideas but no clue about how to go about protecting those inventions. They try to get patents to protect their intellectual property but make avoidable mistakes and spend unnecessary money—and sometimes invest their life savings in inventions that are not patentable or lose their intellectual property to invention scamming companies.

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#4 The Fourth Courier: A Novel by Timothy Jay Smith

The Fourth Courier: A Novel by Timothy Jay Smith
This book is by bestselling novelist and screenwriter Timothy Jay Smith. The book is pubbing right around the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the victory of Solidarity and is perfect for men born before 1949!

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#5 It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again by Julia Cameron

It's Never Too Late to Begin Again by Julia Cameron
Retirement as well as changes in health and relationships can leave seniors feeling adrift, stripped of their former identity. One can easily feel like life is over and all that remains is two wait for the final act. The creative and productive life does not need to be over. Lives continue to have meaning, even when we fail to recognize that meaning. Cameron invites the reader to explore and embrace the past while opening new and exciting windows on the future.

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#6 The Happiness Book For Men by Mike Duffy

The Happiness Book For Men by Mike Duffy
“A Man’s Guide To Happiness! is a terrific book for men to learn the secrets to happiness. It is based on the science of positive psychology. Mike Duffy has interviewed many of the top experts in the field of positive psychology and happiness including professors from Harvard and Stanford to produce this wonderful and wise book.

The book is designed to make complex psychological concepts easy to read and understand. The hysterical pictures of bulldogs on every other page help illustrate the many happiness tips in a fun and entertaining way. This is one of the few books that make you happy while you read it! ”

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Contributors to this article
Katy Flick from Age Wave

Andrea H. Evans from The Law Firm of Andrea Hence Evans, LLC

Sabrina Tenteromano from Timothy Jay Smith

Linda Ruescher from CopingWithChronicillness

Mike Duffy from Mike Duffy Speaks

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