The Importance Of Reading: My Love Of Books

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Many of us wonder. . . Why are books so essential to some people? Where did their love for books come from? Does reading really impact peoples’ lives? Well, books are quite magical. They may take us to places we have never been to just by connecting strongly with the book. People often let books become an essential part of their lives. They let books ease their feelings when they feel upset, or maybe they want a self-help book, so they turn to books on how to live a happier lifestyle or how to live a healthier life. I often turn to books that make me feel like I am in a different country. I often wonder where did my love for books come from? Has reading really impacted my life? Well, my love for books comes from when my mom would read to me. While I was in preschool, we would go to the library and checkout books. One day we checked out Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr. It was about the alphabet, my mom would read some of the letters of the alphabet to me, and I would repeat them back to her. I loved…show more content…
Twilight honestly did not grab my full attention as I thought it would, but I still managed to get through it. One quote that stood out to me from that book was “I like the night. Without the dark, we would never see the stars.” Page 233 To me it meant that people like different things, and just like without the dark, they would never see the stars, without different approaches, we would not be able to see different points of views. TTYL by Lauren Myracle was one of those books that I could not put down. To start off the book text was written in email format, these girls in high school would email each other about their relationship they had with their parents, about teachers, boys, and girls they did not like. They would also go to parties during high school and were the bad group of girls that everyone perceived as the good innocent girls at
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