Any books you can suggest might be amazing, i am completely new to this and it would be a huge help if you guys could help me out
If you want birds eye overview of economics as a field, written in very objective and balanced manner then you want:
The Economics Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained from DK publishing.
DK publishing made a series of books (Big Ideas Simply Explained) for all fields (physics, chemistry, political science, sociology etc) they are all excellent books to learn about different field.
However, they are written from a perspective of someone who is complete laymen in the field so they are very basic. You won't learn any complex model in them or get rigorous explanations for various economic phenomena.
If you want to start learning economics more seriously than just for having some basic overview you should definitely pick some standard textbook.
If you want to get a good overview of a whole field you want some 101 Econ textbook such as Mankiw Principles of Economics, that has broad coverage.
If you want some deeper understanding of some topic you need some graduate level textbook (although warning you first need to have good understanding of calculus, set theory, linear algebra - depending on field). Here there are too many good textbooks to provide any answer unless you specify what exactly are you interested in.