GROWING UP WITH FASCINATING BOOKS

Books are my first love. I can’t imagine a world without them. In spite of Kindle E-books emerging as a preferred mode of reading, I prefer the hard copy ( Paperback). I love its fragrance and it is easier on eyes.

My love affair with books began when I was in Kindergarten. My aunt introduced me to the fascinating world of books where I could imagine myself in the shoes of the lead character.

My first book that I started reading when I was in Kindergarten. It was a picture book. Photo courtesy : Goodreads
These two are my first books and my first love as well. Pic: courtesy Amazon.in
Another book that I cherished as a kid.

I also became addicted to comics and Children’s Magazines. These are the comics that I still love reading.

Courtesy: Pinterest. Meet Chacha Chaudhary whose brain works faster than a computer.
Courtesy : Amazon.in. Tinkle characters are still so adorable and they continue to make us laugh.
Courtesy : Pinterest

Every girl must have fancied marrying Superman who could carry and fly over to the moon.

Courtesy: Amazon.in.

Archies is one of my most favorite comics. I still love it even though I am 40. The following are the Indian magazines for Children that feature stories, games and puzzles. They are complete entertainers.

Courtesy : Magzter
Courtesy : Magzter.

Courtesy : Amazon.in

When I was in fourth grade, I moved on to read Enid Blyton’s books for children. Her Famous Five is my most favorite mystery series for children featuring four adorable children and a lovable dog.

That’s all for now. I would love to share some more books that I read while I grew up.

Thank you so much for your support. Looking forward to seeing you all. 😊😊

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