I’m a person who likes reading a lot. I have my own collections at home, not to mention that I also visit a library for books that I don’t have.
I find reading a very interesting to do. Especially when I read fictions. Any kind of fictions. I can get me travel in the imaginary world. It’s fun!
And, apparently, reading has something to do with health. Reported by readingagency.co.uk:
Recreational reading exercises the imagination, gives access to information and provides opportunities for relaxation, enjoyment and social interaction.
Reading empowers the individual. It promotes personal development, supports self-expression and personal choice and results in creative independent learners who have an understanding of self, of others and of wider social issues.
These benefits mean that reading has a significant role to play in combating some of the causes of illness, improving health and keeping people well by contributing to a general sense of well being.
So, if you like to read, it means that you’re enhancing your health.
You can take a look at Beth’s collections for more idea on what to read. She has arranged them by height.
Thanks, Beth, for sharing them. BTW, the one by Stephen King is a good book.
Have a nice reading, y’all!