Are you an avid-reader? Or are you someone who used to read a lot but don’t anymore? The way movies shape our lives these day, the books used to shape our lives when we were young. Each book opened a pandora box of imaginations. We imagined our own world and
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Are you an avid-reader? Or are you someone who used to read a lot but don’t anymore? The way movies shape our lives these day, the books used to shape our lives when we were young. Each book opened a pandora box of imaginations. We imagined our own world and made it picture perfect like we wanted it to. I still remember how much I wanted to be part of the Famous Five gang.
These 6 all-time classics can you take to your imaginary world anytime.
#1. Alice in Wonderland
Alice follows a white rabbit down the mystery whole and realizes she can not go back home. On her journey to get out of the Wonderland, she encounters Mad Hatter, a smoking caterpillar, invisible cat and Queen of Hearts of paints the town red.
#2 . Harry Potter Series
Don’t we all wish there was actually Platform 9 3/4 to get on board on Hogwarts Express or go to Diagon alley? J. K. Rowling did a phenomenal job of creating a fictional world in which we all wanted to live in. The last time I traveled in a fantasy world was when I was reading The Lord of the Rings.
#3. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
There is a lot to be learned from this book. Charlie comes from a poor family who gets invited to visit Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. All the winners/visitors get tempted my some aspect of the factory except for Charlie. In the end, he becomes the new owner of the Chocolate factory.
#4. The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Tom lives with his Aunty Polly who is strict and gives him household chores when he is caught red-handed. Tom’s best friends are Joe Harper and Huckleberry Finn. It was always one to read about Tom’s mischief.
#5. The Hardy Boys
The young detectives made you yearn for freedom and for sure must have fired up your detective quotient. Along with Hardy Boys, I used to enjoy reading Nancy Drew and Famous Five.
#6. Little Women
Little Women is about four sister (March sisters) and their transformation from childhood to adulthood. The book starts with Marmee with her daughters while her husband is away and ends on her 60th birthday with all her daughters settled.