The Power of Books

16 January, 2021

“Books are a proof that humans can create magic”


Since childhood we have been hearing that books are our best friends, and honestly, I feel this is totally true. This is because unlike humans, books are not disloyal, backstabbers or toxic. Also, books boost our creative side. They fuel our imagination. We theorise where our favourite characters might be staying what they might be doing and just like that we are whisked away to the lives of our those characters. Answer this question- if you are a fan, do you not want to visit Hogwarts or Camp Half-Blood or maybe try to find Narnia in your wardrobe? Well, I’m sure that’s not the case.

I will not call myself a hardcore bookworm but I will definitely say that all the books that I have read till date have become a very important part of my life and sometimes I even think of authoring one of these pieces of art myself! Therefore, the main reason I picked up this topic to write on is because I have heard from many people how boring it is to read. However, as I said earlier, books are pieces of magic and magic can be only be created if we use the correct incantations, in other words, good books.

So, I hope I have given you enough reasons to read books so that you can imagine, travel, enjoy and get lost in their world.

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Author- Deeksha Nayyar

About the Author

Hi! My is Deeksha Nayyar. I’m a 6th grader studying in Carmel Convent School, Chandigarh. I’m 13 years old and my hobbies are reading, writing and dancing. I have collaborated with Teen Tidings in the past in the form of Globe Trotting in Confinement, their maiden book, wherein I was a contributor. I am fortunate enough to share my views through this platform once again.


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