All about Reading

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09/30 - One Book a Day - What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions

Today is Ask a Stupid Question Day. This festival is mostly observed in American schools. If you want to grow intelligent and bright enough in this dark world, then learn to ask questions, even the stupid ones. If you have some stupid questions, you may find answers in today's recommended book - What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Munroe.

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09/29-One Book a Day -Matilda

Today is Broadway Musicals Day. There are numerous multi-award-winning musicals has been played on Broadway, and Matilda the Musical is one of them. Matilda the Musical is a stage musical based on the 1988 children's novel of the same name by Roald Dahl.

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One Book a Day - Hope for Winter: The True Story of A Remarkable Dolphin Friendship

Today is Reading a Child a Book You Like Day, which celebrates the birthday of children's author, Kate Douglas Wiggin. There are many benefits of reading to children, such as the stimulation of early brain development, and the support in building of language, literacy, and social skills. It also helps foster positive relationships between parents and children.

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One Book a Day - Owl Moon

Today is National Daughter's Day. A daughter is a fine gift to the parents, a crush course to love someone with tender. In Owl Moon, love looks like a father and daughter owling under a bright shining moon.

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One Book a Day - See You in the Cosmos

September 25th is Astronomy Day. Have you ever fantasized about being an astronautÔľüIt's like in a gentle night, you fly into the pitch black, go on a free spacewalk and stare at the wonders of our galaxy... If you do, you will relate to the story that See You in the Cosmos narrates.