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七选五阅读How to Pick a Great Book to Read


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内容提要:The world is full of great books, just waiting to be read. How can you pick one you’ll really like? Here are some tips:    

How to Pick a Great Book to Read

The world is full of great books, just waiting to be read. How can you pick one you’ll really like? Here are some tips:    

•What makes you happy?

    36    Are you really into dinosaurs or dogs or a specific person? Are there a few careers youre interested in? You can find books about almost anything you like, and you’re more likely to enjoy reading a book if you’re already interested in its subject.

•Fact or fiction?

Some books are entirely made up and imagined. Those are called fiction books. Novels, short stories are all examples of fiction. These books can transport you to another world or help you imagine something beyond your own experience.

Nonfiction books give you the who, what, when, and why.    37    Nonfiction books can bring to life everything from the first trip to the moon to what ifs like to explore the deepest oceans. Try both fiction and nonfiction books to see which^ou like better.

•Find a family favorite.

What was your mother’s favorite book when she was your age? Or your dad’s?    38    Then you can talk about what they liked about it and share your thoughts. It’s a fun way to get to know your family a little better, and to find a book you’ll enjoy!

Ask an expert.

    39    Tell a librarian about your interests -rock stars, sports teams, historical eventswhatever you’re the names of some books you already like. Your librarian can help you find other books that you’re sure to love.

•Launch a book swap.

    40     It’s always fun to see what your friends are reading. Even if they’re not exactly bookworms, you can all encourage each other to read and share books and authors you like. You also can look for book swaps in your area. Ifs a great way to build your personal library for free!

A.  Ask them and give it a read.

B.  Many of them read like novels from start to finish.

C.  Why not get some friends together and trade favorite books?

D.  If you have a favorite hobby, look for books about that activity.

E.  They tell stories using facts — but that doesn’t mean they’re boring.

F.  Read the passage and decide for yourself whether it seems knowledgeable.

G.  Your local library is a great place to find books that you’ll love, and you don’t have to search all by yourself.
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