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The book is your biggest friend.

 

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The book is your biggest friend.

To remain indifferent to the book, means to impoverish your life with a lazy heart.Parents read more and more their children, and children spend more time in front of the screens. Generations are coming that do not think reading is something positive and it would be good if we try to change it! Write in the name of the book that links you to childhood: =)

My favorite childhood book, which I read several times, because of the craving for the lecture, is the book “The Old Man and Sea” written by Ernest Hemingway.

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  1. i love reading! I started reading when I was on my first grade. The textbook given by my teacher was the first book I read. Before the end of the month i was done reading all the books she gave. That’s how my love for reading started.

  2. When I was little I carried around with me the Disney Golden Book Cinderella. It was always beside me on the table when I was eating. When I got my first library card I literally tried to read my way through the children’s section.

  3. My favourite childhood book is “Peter Pan” by J.M.Barrie and my fave teenage book is “Celestyna or the sixth stave” by a Polish writer Malgorzata Musierowicz. I recommend “Peter Pan” for small children for the vivid pictures by Anna Vlasova, not only the text. You know how pics are important for kids. And I advise “Celestyna” for teenage girls!!!! A very humorous book about the life of one Polish family.

  4. The books are truly my best friend. I have always loved to read and to write. I am a member in the local library for years and I always manage to find time to read books. Books relax me and help me run away from everyday reality.

  5. In my teens one of my favorite books to read was “Death be Not Proud” by John Gunther. Not sure if his last name is spelled right. It is a true story about young boy that developed a brain tumor. This boy was full of courage. The book will always remain one of my favorites to read when I was a teenager.

  6. Books show you a world that you can easily enter into and learn so much.
    Prefer, something you can get into straight away without too much waffle.

    Dad used to sit me down with a pile of Uncle Arthur’s books as a child and after reading them, always felt so much better for reading them.

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