Books play a significant role in our life. They say that â€œWhen you open a book, you open a new worldâ€. I believe that everyone would agree with this statement as books have become inevitable to mankind. For the majority of people, books are part of their everyday life.Â A book is like a best friend who will never walk away from you.
Some people like to read the biographies of the most influential people in history, like Martin Luther King or MahatmaÂ Gandhi. Some people like novels that send chills down their spines, from Goth horror novels like Mary Shelleyâ€™s â€œFrankensteinâ€ to Stephen Kingâ€™s epistolary novel, â€œCarrieâ€.
Some prefer the classics, like â€œPride and Prejudiceâ€ or the â€œOld Man and the Seaâ€. But regardless of the kind of books you like the most, the indisputable truth is that the world would not be the same without books. Books have been educating and inspiring us for thousands of years, so it should go without saying that World Book Day is a more thanÂ well-deservedÂ holiday.
World Book Day was created on April 23rd, 1995, byÂ the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The connection between that date and books, however, was made in Spain in 1923, as it isÂ the anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, prominent Spanish Chronicler.
The absolute best way to celebrate this day would be find the time to do some reading. Do you have a book you just canâ€™t get around to finishing? Todayâ€™s the time to curl up on the couch or a blanket outside with a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy every last page.
Yet another way to go about celebrating this day would be to get together with some friends for a reading of a book you all love. Hearing someone read aloud sentences you have only ever murmured to yourself could cause you to see them in a whole new way by adding feeling or emphasis of some certain elements.