Read a New Book Month is a time when each of us can immerse ourselves in amazing stories and adventures, and travel to other historical eras or even to other planets. September is the month of getting to know new heroes and a lot of interesting facts. Readers get the opportunity to plunge into a variety of stories. If you have a novel on your list that you have been wanting to read for a long time, now is the time to do so.
Books are evidence that knowledge is spreading. People can exchange stories, experiences, and fantasies. Written media is a great way to share ideas and expand your vocabulary. And books allow our mind to go beyond time, space, and the universe. By writing stories, the author finds admirers of their talent.
- Words were first recorded in 3400 BC, in the first full-fledged work The Epic of Gilgamesh, a story about a ruler in a Sumerian city, which was located in the state of Uruk. The story is written in the style of a myth.
- The first records were made on clay tablets; paper was invented much later. In addition, before the advent of paper, tree bark and papyrus were used.
- Obviously, September is not the only month when you need to read. The more books you read, the richer and more diverse your inner world will become. Reading helps you open your mind, to live fully and diversify.
- The first hard covers appeared in 1836. They were used to protect the pages, as well as to attract the attention of readers.
How to spend Read a New Book Month
Psychologists note books are useful for authors and readers, so try to imagine yourself on different sides of the book’s pages. Be sure to read a new book and write your own story. Who knows, maybe this will be the first step towards a dramatic life change. Buy as many books as possible – in each you will find a new world. You can also share books with friends. Join a book club; here, you will find like-minded people. Used books can be donated to libraries, charities, and bookstores.
When is Read a New Book Month celebrated in 2023?
Read a New Book Month is observed on September 1 each year.