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Readers of the Month: September 2011

Students

Class VI-IX

Name of the Student & Class ARCHA.K.R (VIII D)
Your First Book and who gifted it ? Jack and the Beanstalk.
Favourite Books and why ?

(Title & Author)

Harry Potter by J.K.Rowling, Twilight by Stephen Mayor,

Chronicles of Narnia by C.S.Lewis, Famous Five by Enid

Blyton, Witches and Charlie and the chocolate factory by Roahld Dahl are some of my favourite books.

 

These books are special to me as they had enriched me with lots of fun filled moments and wonderful experiences of many worlds such as the world of magic, enchantments, humour, hauntings and many more inexplicable

situations.

Most favourite character Name: Dobby the house elf who has peculiar ways of devotion and who wants to be a free elf.

 

In the Book : Harry Potter.

Now reading (Title & Author) TITLE: Lord of the rings.

AUTHOR:J.R.R Tolkein.

Where do you like to read most? In my home.
If you get a chance to meet a writer, who would you prefer to  and why ? Roaldh Dahl , as he is the writer whom i love most, because he writes stories which are simply irresistible and which always attracts me .

We even share the same birth date.(13 September)

Who motivates you to read ? My beloved brother, he is himself a brainy and goes crazy about books.
Books you recommend to your friends? Secret Seven, Famous Five, Wishing Chair and books written by Enid Blyton.
 

Reading makes you

Reading makes me feel enchanted ,by the way a book can absorb the reader into its pages and can take him/her into its world.

Class X-XII

Name of the Student & Class VIBIL RAJ V.B. (XII A)
Your First Book and who gifted it ? The Holy Bible, gifted by God through my father.
Favourite Books and why ?

(Title & Author)

Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore

Arthasaathra by Kautilyan known as Chanakaya.

 

In Gitanajali the great noble ideas of freedom, patriotism and equality have been drawn.

In Arthasasthra we learn how to solve the problems and succeed in life.

Most favourite character Name:Karna

In the Book : Mahabharatha

Now reading (Title & Author) TITLE:The works of Swami vivekanadha

AUTHOR:Swami Vivekanandha

Where do you like to read most? At home in the nights.
If you get a chance to meet a writer, who would you prefer to  and why ? Rabindranath Tagore the great poet. Because of his ‘Gitaanjali’
Who motivates you to read ? My ultimate motto is to find out eternal life .
Books you recommend to your friends? Swami Vivekanadha’s books , Ethics of Chanakya, Life of Jesus Christ
 

Reading makes you

 

A good human being and a scholar.

Teacher

Teacher ASHA DEVI A ,

PGT (Geography)

Books  

Childhood favourites : Amar Chitrakatha, Enid Blyton

 

Now reading (Title & Author) TITLE: Nine Lives

AUTHOR: William Dalrymple

Why I read ? Reading is a pleasure, a joy and a blessing.
Books are treasure troves of knowledge.
Recommendations City of Djinnes by William Dalrymple

Coder 632 by Jose Rodrigues Dos Santos
Valley of the kings by John Romes.

 

Message to students

 

Reading gives immense benefits, improves vocabulary, knowledge, memory and self esteem. So start reading, continue reading…

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