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Unforgettable Flavors of Famous Five

Book Title: Five Go To Demon’s Rocks

Author: Enid Blyton

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Rating: 4 of 5 Stars

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Passion for Books

An hour spent in the company of a good book is actually worth in gold. Books became a main attraction almost since my elementary days. Back then, I was moved to laughter-filled-tears reading comic books. 734 more words

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Is Reading Dying Out? Time to Plant Some New Seeds

Last week I posted about growing up in a small town in the middle of the twentieth century and how my surroundings contributed to my development as a reader. 1,453 more words

The Reading Life

Eight Seeds to Grow Young Readers

I’ve always been enchanted by beautiful libraries portrayed in books as places where characters or real-life people can retreat to read in comfort and luxury.  I have also been impressed by prodigies who begin reading at age of three or four and complete works of classical literature before they reach their teens. 1,876 more words

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Reading to Write

I remember the day I began to understand what a thesis statement was, not with a vague understanding that it tells the reader what my essay is about, but a more specific understanding of its form and function. 2,390 more words

First Mystery Novel | A Twist of Mystery

Book Title: The Famous Five

Author: Enid Mary Blyton

Rating:  4.5 of 5 Stars

Get Your Copy :  @Amazon | @Flipkart | @SnapDeal | @BookAdda… 398 more words

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Things I used to think about books when I was Ickle

  1. Why don’t they start with Hi or end with bye. I think I used to think this because I saw them as my friends still do!
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