National Book Lovers Day:
Celebrated on August 9th, every year. This day is dedicated to all the bibliophiles.
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Why Book Lovers Day?
The Day is credited to all the Bibliophiles and to encourage the Book reading. Due to the emergence of Internet and the social media, the reading of ours is considerably dropped over recent decades. Apparently, a computer can never be compared with a book since books are the most patient teacher, a quiet and constant friend and a greatest counselor. It is a gift that we could open it daily. It changes our thought and approach. Book lovers day further encourages to search for a new book, and a reading place.
“A room without books is like a body without a soul”.
– Marcus Tullius Cicero
You can get hundreds of answers when you search in internet. Rather,only you can get the right one when you go to the library. Therefore, start reading books on your leisure times since books are the greatest companion.
How we can Celebrate National Book Lovers Day:
Only the Bibliophiles knows that there could be no enjoyment without reading and their own bookshelves says their pleasure in reading books.Congratulate the works of all the Bibliophiles who have strong addiction for books using this hashtag #Bibliophiles on twitter.
Observe this day with a constant quiet friend, a book. Share any book name along with the author details that you want everyone to read at least once in a life using this hashtag #NationalBookLoversDay on the social Media. Appreciate all the Bibliophiles on this day.
Happy Reading! Enjoy reading books. It gives you utmost pleasure.
Interesting Facts About National Book Lovers Day:
The Term “Bibliophile” denotes the person who owes in Book Collection.
E-Books are the digital form of books and e-readers like kindle, Reader are widely used nowadays.
Austin,Texas: It consist of Grand Libraries and numerous bookstores. Several Book events like “Texas Book Festival” has been hosted in Texas at regular interval. Numerous exhibitions are held in exas throughout the year. Therefore Austin is deemed the best place for Bibliophiles. Besides, Boston, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Minneapolis, Massachusetts, Iowa City are popular for its literacy activities, famous Authors and Libraries.
And, for your information, here are the few books of all time.
1.Dubliners by James Joyce: The book was published in the year 1914.The book consist of 15 short stories neither subsequent nor interlinked with each other in any aspect.
2.Lolita By Vladimir Nabokov:Lolita describes the obsession of a 30 years old man with a 12-year old girl.It describes as the man has manuscript a diary in jail before his death afte been sentenced to imprisonment for murdering his so-called lover’s husband.Moreover,it is the most controversial novel at that era.
3.Emma by Jane Austen:The novel was published in the year 1815.The danger of over-confidence was excellently illustrated in the novel.
4.War and Peace: War and Peace is the historical novel written by Leo Tolstoy, a famous author of 19th century. The book portrayed the napoleon era and the sufferings of people during the French invasion of Russia. The completed portion of the novel was published in the year 1869 and is the famous one of all times.
5.Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy:The novel portrays the impact the infidelity that leads to tragic end.
6.One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez: The story describes the seven generations of a family and the rise and fall of the city,Macondo.
7.In Search Of Lost Time by Marcel Proust: The story illustrates the past of the book’s author, Marcel Proust,a Fench Writer.It has seven portions and released subsequently between 1913 and 1927.
8.Crime and punishment by Fyodor Dostoeysky: The novel describes about an ex-student, Rodion Raskoinikov,a merely poor who lives on the street and concoct a plan to kill a pawnbroker for monetary benefits.
Enjoy the Book Lovers Day. Have a try on the above if your time permits.
History of National Book Lovers Day:
The creator and origin of this day is obscure.