Why do we love the book paragraph?

Why do we love the book paragraph?

I love my books. Books hold a great charm for me. Some of my friends too have started enjoying reading books as much as I do. Most of my relatives and friends know that the best birthday gift that they can give me is books and with their generosity I have over a hundred books in my personal library now.

Why banning books is bad?

However, banning a book from a library or curriculum implies that some ideas and experiences are valuable or worthy of discussion and others are not. It reinforces one particular way of thinking and limits others, which might not accurately reflect the lived realities of youth.

Is banning books a good idea?

The reader may not agree with the words of the author, but it’s important to learn why that is. That is why banning books especially for young readers is essentially blocking off a whole world of thought. Banning certain written works can cause more harm than good to children and young adults.

What are the effects of banning books?

“Banned” books study has surprising resultsBanned books did not predict GPA or violent/non-violent crime.GPA was predicted by increased reading for pleasure, but not required school reading.Banned books are associated with increased civic behavior (doing good for society) and low risk of antisocial behavior.

Why is Harry Potter a banned book?

A Catholic school removed Harry Potter books from its library, warning that readers ‘risk conjuring evil spirits’ “The curses and spells used in the books are actual curses and spells; which when read by a human being risk conjuring evil spirits into the presence of the person reading the text.”

How many countries is Harry Potter banned in?

eight countries

What is JK Rowling’s charity called?

the Volant Charitable Trust

At what age should you read Harry Potter?

7–9: A great age to begin (for younger kids, consider reading aloud together). Read: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.