Reddit is a very popular social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website based in the United States.

Registered members of Reddit can upload links, text entries, photos, and videos to the site, which are subsequently voted up or down by other users.

We have picked some of the best books to make you learn more about Reddit.

Let’s explore these Reddit books!

Best Reddit Books

1. Without Their Permission: The Story of Reddit and a Blueprint for How to Change the World

The internet is the most powerful and democratic platform for spreading knowledge in human history, as Alexis Ohanian discovered when he helped co-found the massively successful

And the outcomes may be truly amazing when that power is used to build new communities, technology, enterprises, or charity.

Alexis will share his ideas, recommendations, and even his own drawings about using the web for good in this book, and he will share his philosophy with young entrepreneurs all across the world along the road.

At the age of 29, Ohanian has become the poster child for the dorm-room digital entrepreneur, transforming the world without asking permission.

Ohanian did exactly that a few years after graduating from the University of Virginia, selling Reddit for millions of dollars.

He’s now gone on to establish a slew of additional businesses, including hipmunk and breadpig, while also representing Y Combinator and investing in over 60 other tech startups.

His own handbook, “Without Their Permission,” explains how other ambitious entrepreneurs might follow in his footsteps.

2. We Are the Nerds

Reddit bills itself as “the Internet’s top page.” Despite the fact that it is the third most frequented website in the United States, millions of Americans are unaware of its existence.

“We Are the Nerds” is an engrossing look inside this captivating, perplexing enterprise, whose army of devoted users has been credited with everything from solving cold case crimes and generating tens of millions of dollars in charitable donations to sowing alt-right rage and helping Donald Trump win the presidency.

“We Are the Nerds” is a compelling start-up tale of how Reddit’s founders, Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian, climbed from their suburban childhoods to become billionaires and establish a digital era icon, only to see the site mired in scandals and nearly lose control of it for good.

We Are the Nerds is a riveting examination of how we all interact now and how we got here, based on Christine Lagorio-unique Chafkin’s access to founders Ohanian and Huffman.

Reddit and its users have become a reflection of the Internet, with dirty nooks, gleaming memes, nefarious trolls, and a sometimes heartbreaking capacity to bring people together across countries, oceans, and ideological differences.

3. Hey AdmissionsMom: Real Talk from Reddit

Discover what over 100,000 r/ApplyingToCollege users are discovering about a new approach to college admissions as they discuss it.

Carolyn and the community of r/ApplyingToCollege provide you a space to stop trying to find out what your top colleges want in you and instead ask yourself, “What do I want out of life after I finish high school?” with Hey AdmissionsMom: Real Talk from Reddit. What do I see for myself?

Carolyn (aka AdmissionsMom) understands this: You’re a brilliant, fascinating student, and you’ll make the greatest decisions for yourself and your college applications when you truly understand who you are.

Perhaps you’re just getting started with college applications and are feeling overwhelmed by the paperwork, school descriptions, test score criteria, extracurricular activity possibilities, and the daunting job of figuring it all out without getting lost.

Perhaps you’ve already begun the college admissions process and are satisfied with your applications, but you’re having trouble writing your personal statement or essays.

Alternatively, perhaps you want permission not to be a carbon copy of the perfect student and seek out-of-the-box methods to be yourself, both in life and in the admissions process, and you’re not just managing your expectations, but also those of your parents.

If your high school is failing you, you’re the first in your family to attend college, or you haven’t always been a model student, college admissions might be particularly frightening.

You could also be a worried parent or mentor searching for a handbook that won’t overwhelm you or your child, and that can even help you deal with admissions anxiety while you learn the ropes of college admissions.

For all the times you’ve fretted about college admissions, scratched your head at how it’s all about high-performance, success, and ridiculous numbers of extracurriculars, and thought to yourself, “There has to be a better way,”

You were absolutely correct. You’ve just discovered it.

4. The 15 Best Discussions on Reddit Ever

Reddit has spawned an incredible amount of little factoids delivered straight from the lives of its users, who all readily reveal themselves (truthfully or deceitfully, one can never tell) to take the weight off their shoulders, confess their minds, reveal parts of themselves that they could never reveal in real life, for closure, for help, and to leave a little piece of their life on the web that they can never forget.

This book features some of the more amusing, controversial, soul-punching, and filthy comments made by Reddit members.

5. Reddit Scary Stories – #1: Explore the darkest corners of the Internet (Stories from our disturbing world)

Reddit is a social networking platform where users may exchange links to articles, videos, and other online content.

The Reddit website is divided into “subreddits,” which are groups inside the Reddit community that discuss or examine certain subjects or material.

It conceals a broad range of anomalies in its deepest recesses.

In this book, we’ll look at five of the scariest true stories that will send shivers down your spine.

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