From Jane Eyre to Harry Potter

Books of all types can be found in my bookshelf.

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There are bibles. There are yearbooks. There are guidance books. There are books of inspiration. There is even a “Where’s Waldo sticker book”!

Reading is something that a majority of us learn at a young age. There are “I can read books”, Instruction books, or even do it yourself books.

There is no limit to what you can find in a book, LITERALLY! Check out the “For Dummies” series.

With my double vision sometimes it makes it difficult to read. Quite often I needed to focus on one of the two images but often that is not safe or even accurate.

One Christmas, my parents bought us each a couple of the books that we loved as a child. These are on the top.

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The 3 books on the bottom I received after my accident. They brought me some inspiration and motivation to get through each day. I highly recommend you to read each one.

Physical books may be less popular now as the rise of digital e-books is happening.

There is just something about holding a physical book and passing away time with it. What are your thoughts on the disappearance trend of reading physical books? What were some of your favorite books as a child? Do you still read now?

3 thoughts on “From Jane Eyre to Harry Potter

  1. How cool. Books a window to the world unseen

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