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Readers of the Month (December 2011)


Name of the Student & Class

P. Tejeswini , XI A

Your First Book and who gifted it ?


Harry Potter, by my father.

Favourite Books and why ?

(Title & Author)


Twilight saga, It is very imaginative.



Most favourite character


Now reading (Title & Author)

TITLE:  Cleopatra’s  daughter


AUTHOR Michelle Moran

Where do you like to read most?


My home.

If you get a chance to meet a writer, who would you prefer to and why ?


Michelle Moran.  Because her books are compulsively readable.


Who motivates you to read ?


My best friend Revathy.

Books you recommend to your friends?









Reading makes you






Feel great. It is a great experience to travel through many imaginative worlds. Good  books have a way of setting me free. Reading can be a bond with the greatest minds. Let a great book open your heart. So friends, just read and grow!


Name of the Student & Class

Ajay Mohan, IX C

Your First Book and who gifted it?

The Three Little Bears
My father

Favourite Books and why ?

(Title & Author)

Harry Potter series by J.K.Rowling. The books take us to a world of magic and entertainment.

Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer. All these books are packed with adventure and it makes you so involved in it that you feel you are one of the characters.

Sherlock Holmes by Sir Author Connan Doyle. He captivates his readers with his power to deduce the complicated problems in a very extraordinary manner.

Most favourite character

Artemis Fowl


Now reading (Title & Author)

TITLE: Artemis Fowl and the Opel Deception


AUTHOR: Eoin Colfer

Where do you like to read most?

In my cosy little room at home


If you get a chance to meet a writer, who would you prefer to  and why ?

Eoin Colfer because I want to know how he gets his ideas to write such awe-inspiring works. 


Who motivates you to read?

My parents and grandfather.


Books you recommend to your friends?


Short stories of Sherlock Holmes.

Works of Charles Dickens and RK Narayan.

Biographies of great men.


Reading makes you






Reading helps me enrich my vocabulary, increase my knowledge, expose me to various lifestyles and cultures and above all develop my personality.




Mrs. Krishnaveni T., German Teacher


Childhood favourites: Books by Enid Blyton, and any books showing a fairy tale land and a fairy tale ending. Also books about life in boarding school, probably because I had a fascination for that life.

Other Books: Classics like David Copperfield by Charles Dickens and Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy. Given a chance, I would read David Copperfield again and again.

Now reading

A compilation of Indian short stories by eminent writers in most of the regional Indian languages. This is the second volume, and I still have to get hold of the first one.

Why I Read?

For personal edification, for pleasure, and for a free ride to all those far-off places which I can probably not visit in my entire lifetime. Thanks to this hobby of mine, I know not only the names of all those far-off countries in the northern and the southern hemisphere, but also something about the culture, the way of life, the bent of mind of people, why they think in that particular way, the climate and the mode of dress of the people there, and of course, the interesting places there to visit. Who knows? I may even get a chance to visit them.


David Copperfield by Charles Dickens

I Dare by Kiran Bedi

The Bhagvad Gita

The Wooster series by P. G. Wodehouse

Message to students

Some books may seem very childish when we take them up the first time, but we have to understand that only when the book is easy to read and understand, will the interest to read be nurtured. So though the journey may begin slowly, persevere, and soon you will be lost in the world of books. It is true indeed, that books are a person’s best friends. They provide you with comfort and company even in solitude.


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