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    books

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    children's language like songs, rhymes, play, game, books, factual writing etc. However, I have chosen a picture book to enhance the language learning program because there are endless advantages of books& reading. Factors considered while choosing the book Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing need, is good for him.(Maya Angelou) There is a growing research to demonstarte that the types of books selected to read with children impact on their

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    The Books

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    The Book In Fahrenheit 451 books are burned on sight without exceptions. If I had the choice to save three books and “become” one, the first would be The Black Road which represents what greed and power can do to any kind of man. The second is A Spell For A Chameleon; it shows how if you’re different in any way from society you will be exiled out of the “group”. The Far Side Experience should be saved because it shows satire in the world around us. In the world around us we see good men and women

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    Banning Books

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    Why Books should not be banned “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies; the man who never reads lives only one.” It is long been said that books are the assets that can take a nation from the earth to moon and can rebuild the destiny of the nation. Books are public wealth and should not be banned to any of the persons that can read and want to read that. Books are amazing things, full of adventures, romance, and discoveries! Books can bring us to amazing places like Narnia, Germany, and

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    Discovering Books

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    Richard Selzer / Discuss how reading books changes my life Richard Wright, in his essay “Discovering Books,” explains how reading books changed his outlook on life and eventually his life itself. The first book that widened his horizons was an overtly controversial book by H. L. Mencken. I have a story not so dissimilar from his. Coming out of High School, I had in my possession the perspective that I knew everything. So I started, straight off the bat, working in a variety of menial jobs, which

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    The Edges of Books

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    answer. This seems to be the problem today. Furthermore, people are not reading their books and they are acquiring less and less intellectual knowledge, which is undoubtedly hurting our society. Books need to be read because they contain important information that will brighten people’s intelligence, and will not mess with their head like the internet. Because of internet sites like google or spark notes, books are known but are not being read. In a matter of seconds, we are able to locate an answer

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    To Ban Books or Not?

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    Every year books are ban from being read in public schools and libraries. Why would schools ban books that are important to literature? Don’t books help students increase their wide realm of knowledge in all around areas of literature? Public schools are banning books due to their inappropriate actions, words being used, and them being challenging for most students to read. Instead of reading these kinds of books they choose to pick safer and non-challenging books for their students. Although

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    Renting Books

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    Renting Books Have you ever thought how to save some money from buying books for college? Well, forget about buying anything! Rent the books, like I did on “www.chegg.com”, the online web-page where students and everyone else can find the books to rent instead of buying them and spending more money. When I heard about the website for the first time from a student who studies at the same college as me, I was surprised that renting books through the internet is even possible, because I did not

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    Encounters With Books

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    With Books My speech teacher had told me that an individual would remember thirty percent of what they read, forty percent of what they hear, and over fifty percent of what they actually speak. Can you imagine how much a parent would remember if they read a book aloud to their child and then their child read it back? That would not only prove as a good way for a child to better their reading skills, but it would also serve as a means of bonding between a child and their parent. Books play

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    The Importance of Books

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    Books are still important and whether in school or at work, people are relying on books to be informed and get knowledge, however, internet continues to expand and the number of internet user is growing rapidly. People are getting quick information from internet than books and with this rapid growing of internet users, how one could make sure information that is on website is accurate? It is important for users to make sure information that comes from internet is accurate otherwise it would mislead

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    Banning books is an ineffective way to get people to stop reading them. When a book is banned curiosity is piqued and people want to know about the text. “It's a natural and innate human trait to be inquisitive and one cannot ignore or run away from that curiosity.” (Lopez, 2016, p. 2). For many this means finding a copy or even buying one. In some cases this has been known to spike the sale of the book, increasing the popularity beyond what may have been achieved on its own. Trying to hide potentially

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