Free Essays on My Hobby Reading Story Books

  1. Hobbies

    Hobbies differ like tastes. If you have chosen a hobby according to your character and taste you are lucky because your life becomes more interesting. Hobbies are divided into 4 large groups: doing, making, collecting and learning things. The most popular hobby is doing things. It includes a wide variety...

  2. My Hobby

    My Hobby My full name is Zuebadreita Binti Badruldin but all my friends called me Reita. What I am going to tell here is not about my self but basically is about my hobby. I know that everybody have their own interest or hobby and what I am going to share here is all about my hobbies, what I like...

  3. Legend and Hobby

     My favorite hobby Something we do in our leisure moments is called a hobby. The people, who keep a hobby, have pleasant occupation of leisure moment. Life without a hobby is nothing to me because hobby which makes living interesting, joy, and pleasure. There are so many hobbies that I...

  4. Library: Short Story and Proverbs Proverb Expansion

    TOPICS - SHORT STORY - ESSAY TOPICS- ESSAY WRITING TOPICS –SHORT STORIES – BEST QUOTES – ENGLISH PROVERBS – PROVERB EXPANSION –WISE SAYINGS – FAMOUS QUOTES - POEMS FOR KIDS – STORYTELLING -INSPIRATIONAL STORIES - PARAGRAPH WRITING - DEBATE TOPICS - MOTIVATIONAL STORIES - KIDS STORIES - DISCUSSION TOPICS ...

  5. ‘Reading Is a Dying Hobby in This Multimedia Age.’ Is This True?

    4. ‘Reading is a dying hobby in this multimedia age.’ Is this true? Reading as a pastime has been likened to an endangered animal facing extinction from the threat of the poachers — in this case, the multimedia age. It has been said that reading as a hobby is gradually losing its appeal as opposed to...

  6. Joy of Reading

    The Joy of Reading, or, What Reading Really Means to Me When I was first asked to make this short speech, I was struck by the title “What Reading Means to Me.” My knee-jerk reaction was “What doesn’t reading mean to me?” As a professional librarian, I thought of all of our...

  7. Novel Review: My Antonia by Willa Cather

    My Antonia, by Willa Cather, is a fictional story based on true facts of what life was like not only for Americans who traveled West, but also for immigrants who came to America so that they could create a better life in the West. The story begins with the narrator and the main character, Jim, telling...

  8. A Tale of Two Cities: a Book Review

    work at the age of twelve to help pay off the family's debt. This troublesome time scarred Dickens deeply and provided him with big material for such stories as Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, and David Copperfield. Dickens's writing provides a devoted, kind chronicle of the condition of the urban poor...

  9. Pre-Reading Skills

    Pre-Reading SkillsPre-reading skills are the skills children need in order to help them to become a reader. Many of these skills are learnt naturally, during the course of a normal childhood, at home and in the nursery/preschool environment. By talking and reading with your child, you will be doing a...

  10. The Story of Jane Eyre

    learn. Although she was an orphan treated abusively by her aunt and cousin, she never gives up on herself. The story of Jane Eyre tells us that women gain power from knowledge. How is her story relate to our real life? Eyre was an orphan; she was adopted by her aunt and uncle. She did not have a pleasant...

  11. Active reading

    Attitudes toward reading In this reading I believe the author is trying to point out keys on ways to become a successful college student and how to make reading easier. This reading has many great points that are helpful; one that caught my attention was “success strategies.” Visualizing my success through...

  12. Hobby and New Place

    house. Every morning my elder brother escorts me to the school. He comes again to pick me up in the afternoon. I like my school very much. The teachers are good and helpful. They teach us many new things every day. My classmates are also good. I have three intimate friends in my class. They are Ramen...

  13. My Favourite Author

    My Favourite Author “A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly. You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick-out teeth, but if you have good thoughts, they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.” ...

  14. Michael Faber - book review

    “Oh, to be engulfed with the poetic flow of words as in a Dickens' novel” – the catchy phrase at the front cover of a book attracted my attention. As a big fan of the mentioned writer, I couldn’t resist temptation of finding out who was the author they dared comparing to one of the best novelist ever...

  15. Hobbies: Blindness and Music

    What are your hobbies and interests? • Advocacy; Political; Creative Bead Work; Educational both Curriculum and Special needs • Advocating for the blind and the disabled. • American Football • animals • antiques, reading • Art Shows, Music (listen to classical and hard rock),go to movies and...

  16. Reading For Fin

    library to check out some books to read for fun. I walked for some 20 to 30 minute to reach the library. With the sun burning right above my head, I’d thought I’d never reach the library. But this wasn't my first time walking to the library on a hot burning day so I desperately made my way there. As I entered...

  17. Benefits of reading

    Reading and having access to books are things that many of us today, in the developed world should take for granted. We are made to learn to read in school but most of us don’t think twice about being able to read. I would say that reading is a relaxing and enjoyable activity, but many people don’t like...

  18. The Value of Reading

    " Reading one book is like travelling thoudans miles away " the Chinese once said it which I totally agree as books are entrances to a wider world. As you are sitting in one place reading, knowledge will be gradually absorbed and you will experience the worthwhile things from the other side or even outside...

  19. Who Moved My Cheese

    “Who Moved My Cheese” is a book about amazing ways to deal with changes that occurs in the lives and workplaces of both men and women .The book is written by Dr. Stephen Johnson. Dr. Johnson graduated from The University of Southern California with a B.A in Psychology, and also received his M.D degree...

  20. Reflection on Reading and Writing

    My reading and writing experience Reading and writing are unforgettable memories of ones childhood and college years. They provide a strong foundation for rest of our lives. English being my second language, I faced tough times when I migrated here from India. As far back as I can remember...

  21. Pilgrims Progress What I Think About the Book, What I Like/Dislike, and What I Would Change.

    PILGRIMS PROGRESS What I think about the book, what I like/dislike, and what I would change. Pilgrims progress was written by John Bunyan and first published in 1678. I think that at the time of writing the story had a different and more relevant meaning to the people of that time. I also think...

  22. Character Development in the Book of Genesis

    Character Development in the Book of Genesis Growing up in a very non religious family, I have always seen the bible as something that must go hand and hand with beliefs, church, and religion. However, if there is one thing that I have learned from this course it’s that the bible in itself is not...

  23. Book Review

    Book Review: Uglies by Scott Westerfeld Tally is about to turn sixteen, and she can’t wait. Not for her license — for turning pretty. In Tally’s world, your sixteenth birthday brings an operation that turns you from a repellent ugly into a stunningly attractive pretty and catapults you into a high-tech...

  24. Reading: What It Means To Me

    Paper I 23 September 2013 Reading: What It Means To Me That aha! moment when you finally figure out that math problem you have been stuck on. The wow! feeling you get when you see fireworks explode. Those goose bumps you get when you listen to your favorite song live. Reading can do all of those things...

  25. Wuthering Heights, a Never-Ending Story

    Wuthering Heights, a Never-Ending Story Every now and then, a reader is lucky enough to find a book which affects their life. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte is one of those books. The story unfolds slowly as if it is being told by the fire on a dark and stormy night. It begins with Heathcliff...

  26. Book Review of Persepolis

    Book Review of Persepolis The Author of the novel, Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood, is Marjane Satrapi. The theme in Persepolis is to be aware of where you came from and the history of your family and also the culture that you live by. The subject is linked to the title of the book because; the...

  27. the horror of my hometown

    Long, Scary Story Posted on February 5, 2011 | 5 Comments Once upon a time there was a girl who loved stories. When she was very, very small, her parents would read her Maclean’s and Newsweek because there weren’t enough stories to tell. As this girl got older, she learned to make up stories herself:...

  28. Reading Autobiography

    Although I do not have many vivid memories of my childhood the few things I do recall from my early years mostly seem to focus around school and my academics and interactions with children my own age. It is nearly impossible to pinpoint when exactly it was that I began to read but it must have been somewhere...

  29. the story of my life

    THE STORY OF MY WONDERFUL LIFE By:Paola Valdivia CHAPTER 1: BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD!! Hi! My name is Paola Valdivia, and i'm going to tell you my wonderful story. My mom gave birth to me at 10:00 a.m in the morning. I was born on April 21, 2004, in San Francisco, St. Luke’s hospital. I was only...

  30. Book Thief

    did change throughout the story at the beginning he was more naïve and throughout the story he began to discover more and more things as he kept searching for clues in regards to his father’s death. 2. My first thought was that his grandfather was making up the stories, but as I read on, I realized...

  31. Observation on the Book Two Bobbies

    Jymi Milazzo LBSC 301 September 16, 2008 [pic] Observation #1 My first observation is on the book Two Bobbies by Kirby Larson and Mary Nethery. This book was about a dog and a cat which hated each other. When their hometown of New Orleans was struck by Hurricane Katrina, they were forced...

  32. Hobbies: Leisure and Hobby

    Hobbies Hobbies are things you do in your spare time, this can take the form of anything that you are interested in, it should be invigorating and also be a form of relaxation, hobbies can also educational, enjoyable fun to perform and exciting. A hobby should be something you take pleasure in doing...

  33. Position Paper for Reading Teacher

    previous years, but the importance of reading has remained the same. It is important because we apply our reading skills every day. Reading in today's classroom is very important and there is a lot of emphasis placed on comprehension and reading level. I think reading is an important aspect of education...

  34. The Story of an Hour

    literary family. My grandfather was a professor at Yale who wrote books on everything from outwitting the Gestapo to translating the work of Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. My mother and father carried on the tradition by writing their own books; one a collection of short stories, the other a practical...

  35. King David book essay

    Swindoll, Charles R. David: A Man of Passion & Destiny. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 1997. In the book David: A Man of passion & Destiny Charles Swindoll walks you through the life of King David. He paints you the perfect image of a man that makes mistakes and has many character flaws but still...

  36. Ender's Game Book Report

    SNM To: OIC, BOOK REVIEW OF: Ender’s Game BY Lance Corporal SNM Audience: I would recommend this book to all Marines who enjoy reading science fiction fantasy novels. Ender’s game is an award winning novel based solely on strategy in the battlefield. This book is perfect for squad leaders...

  37. Swdcsa

    have a hobby is to know how to spend one's leisure moments. a hobby, besides providing an avenue of escape from boredom, can also add to one's knowledge of human affairs. Hobby is reading. When my day's study is over, i sit down in the privacy of my roo and read the story. Reading the story is like...

  38. The Story of a Prince

     The Story of a Prince He grew up in Halden, Norway, in the very early 1500's. He was an average prince, none too shy or polite, he was of average height and was skinny in his childhood and adulthood. He had light brown hair, and cloud blue eyes. His features were long, and...

  39. One of My Hobbies

    of My Hobbies Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. The Oxford Dictionary of English defines “hobby” as “an activity done regularly in one’s leisure time for pleasure”. Once I had plenty of hobbies. When I was a kid, reading comic books did bring me much happiness. With comic books, I can...

  40. My Hobby

    My Hobby ------------- A hobby is not a profession. It is an activity that we do for fun and interest. Different people have different interests. So, they do have different hobbies. My hobby is reading. I read books that interest me, such as story books, magazines, newspapers etc. I developed this...

  41. My Hard Paper

    101-35 Malcolm X Reading has to be the key to the door of knowledge. Reading comes in many different shapes, cultures, and tones. When receiving an early education reading become the most important thing you will ever learn to do along with write. With no knowledge in reading life would be a lot more...

  42. My Hobby

    My hobby is stamp colleting. When I was still only a baby, my mother began to collect for me. Of course, she did not let me touch the stamps until I was old enough not to spoil them. I remember that it was on my fifteenth birthday that she first put them into my hands. They were in four fat books, but...

  43. The Love of Reading

    Essay #1 My love of reading and my hatred of writing is an omnipresent force that haunts and delights me daily. One of my favorite moments in life is when you reading the final paragraph of a great book. Completion comes, you close the book, breathe out a sigh of contentment as you hug it to your chest...

  44. Phenomenology of Reading

    I am sitting in my seat with my arms on the desk and my face buried into it, thinking about the possible things that could happen if Renesmee will choose to leave Sol or Young-bae and have her new life with her grandfather in America. Will she forgive Sol for letting her go like that and for torturing...

  45. Books

    My Order for the CARNEGIE AWARD..... 1. Blood Family by Anne Fin 2. Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell 3. The Bunker Diary by Kevin Brooks 4. The Childs Elephant by Rachel Campbell-Johnston 5. The Wall by William Sutcliffe 6. Ghost Hawk by Susan Cooper 7. Liar & Spy by Rebecca Stead 8. All...

  46. Reading Garden

    “A book is like a garden carried in your pocket.” A garden is full of different fruits, vegetables and flowers. Just as there are many different genres, themes and levels of difficulty in books. My garden of reading has developed throughout the years of my life. I started with small seed books and now...

  47. Who moved My Cheese

    2015 Who Moved My Cheese AUTHOR: SPENCER JOHNSON PUBLISHER: G.P.PUTNAM'S SONS 1998 I, Cpl T***** will be reviewing the wonderful book by the name of "WHO MOVED MY CHEESE" by SPENCER JOHNSON. Having previously read this book in the 9th grade I can honestly say the book has a different meaning...

  48. A Reflection on Sheldon Kennedy Book

    Why I Didn't Say Anything: The Sheldon Kennedy Story By: Sheldon Kennedy, Insomniac Press, 2007 A Reflection GED 5002 November 25, 2014 Sheldon Kennedy was a hockey player in the NHL who in his book “Why I didn’t Say Anything” wrote about his abuse at the hands of...

  49. My Favourite Book

    My favourite book. For years, teachers and parents have been worried about comics, the cinema, television, and now the Internet. They all stop children reading, they say. However, it now seems that children are reading more than ever. Reading habits have changed, because there is now lots of competition...

  50. Gregor Townsend Book Review

    about a book I have recently read it is the autobiography of Gregor Townsend it is called “Gregor Townsend Talk of the Toony”. It is his life story from the first time he picked up a rugby ball to his controversial opinions on where the SRU has gone wrong. I will also be talking about how the book is good...

  51. My Favorite Hobbies

    my favorite hobbies Movie is one of my biggest hobbies. Each film has its own beauty, therefore, it’s really hard for me to pick one to be the movie that I like the most. However, according to some films I have watched recently, it is nothing but ‘the pursuit of happiness’ which has great influence...

  52. All but my life

    everything to try to make it happen. The book "Goal .! The Dream Begins" by Robert Rigby is a book that talks about determination and hard work. This book takes place in Los Angeles, California and England during modern times. The main characters in this story are Santiago Muñoz ,Glen Foy, and Mercedes...

  53. Literacy Event

    Bishop 2 Reading and writing has had a huge influence on me throughout my lifetime. Disregarding schoolwork, I have always been a reader and writer. I keep a steady journal and carry a novel everywhere with me. In 2011 I was involved in a DUI car accident and was sentenced to a substantial amount...

  54. The Perceptions, Interpretations and Elements Within a Story

    Prof. Katie Newbanks March 29, 2010 When we read literature the perceptions, interpretations, and elements within a story allow us to be able to identify some part of the story to instances we may have in our own lives. In our lives we experience a multitude of situations, whether they are beneficial...

  55. book review of Persepolis

    Book Review of Persepolis The Author of the novel, Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood, is Marjane Satrapi. The theme in Persepolis is to be aware of where you came from and the history of your family and also the culture that you live by. The subject is linked to the title of the book because; the...

  56. My Journey to the Lighthouse

    My Journey To the Lighthouse In To the lighthouse, Woolf Virginia describes mainly two days in the life of an English family, the Ramsays with their close friends, and the interaction between them. She writes with exquisite fineness, by capturing each single moment and making it a grand epic. The...

  57. My Hobby

    My Favourite Hobby My favourite hobby is reading. I enjoy reading a book when I am free. I started to do it when I was four years old. I was happy when I read a story with a happy ending. I was thrilled when I read a detective story. I enjoy reading because I like to explore the imaginative world...

  58. The Godfather: Difference Between Movie and the Book

    The Book and the movie The Godfather have their similarities and differences. The Godfather novel is the best selling phenomenon, a classic of our time, it was written before the movie came out, approximately 30 years ago. At first glance, the book and the movie appear the same. Upon further investigation...

  59. Saving my life

    “Saving my life” “The Joy of Reading and Writing: Superman and Me,” by Sherman Alexie, is the narrative of a young Indian boy from Spokane with an affinity for literature, stemming from the witnessing of his father’s love of books. Born in 1966 on the Spokane Indian Reservation, Sherman Alexie was...

  60. be one

    Books are best friends of all. Reading is a good hobby. I spend my pocket money on books. They keep me good company. They give a lot of new information and knowledge. They also give us a message. I have many books. I like short stories, plays and novels. Recently my uncle presented a book 'Mahabharat'...