“The president does read and he also consumes intelligence verbally," the White House press secretary insisted.
Cal's Book Account was set up on Instagram by Callum Manning, a 13-year-old who loves to read.
Real and raw depictions, not unrealistic fiction.
It's all treehouses and toilet humour.
From Mills & Boon to memoirs of self-made mumpreneurs...
Such retro-luxuries are the leisurely preserves of those who don't care for small children.
It is hard to ignore the presence and significance of family in fiction.
As T. S. Eliot said: "The existence of libraries is best evidence that we may have hope for the future of man".
We desire to know the worst, even though afterwards we sometimes wished we didn't.
This is why you should NEVER judge a book by its cover.
You are what you read.
If we push children into formal literacy too early, we risk extinguishing the wonder and excitement of books.
When it comes to language, it's more important to be Ernest than excessive.
Increase your intelligence, broaden your vocabulary and improve your memory.
Make sure you have some form of entertainment; if you forget your book, eavesdropping will do just fine.
Social media is not making you smarter.
Beware of 'second novel syndrome'.
Perfected long ago, there is no need for change.
Take a look at the list of 70 favourite books below: 1. Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone by J K Rowling 2. Fantastically
It's about tapping into something that is terrible yet possible.