Just for fun, I’m creating four posts about “bookworms” in September:
“Top 5 Ways to Catch a Bookworm”
“Top 5 Bookworm Problems”
“Top 5 Reasons to be With a Bookworm” (today’s post)
“Top 5 Things a Bookworm Would Never Do”
Top 5 Reasons To Be With a Bookworm
I’m linking up today with Meeghan at Meeghan Reads for Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 Bookworm Problems.
For me, being with a bookworm is never a “problem.” It’s always a joy. However, if you were a nonreader, I can see how being with a bookworm might be a problem.
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A Bookworm Has Book Recommendations
My greatest delight is thinking of the perfect book for you, your spouse, or your mom, or your best friend, or….you get the idea! I love to match books with their readers. Need a book recommendation? Ask a bookworm!
Book People Are the Best People
- Book People are well-read on a variety of topics
- Reading encourages compassion, tolerance, thoughtfulness, and understanding
- They tend to be interesting conversationalists
- Book People can entertain themselves anywhere and are never bored
- Avid readers usually read a great deal of historical fiction (if history is your interest, you might find interesting conversation)
- Readers usually have good imaginations
How about you? Do you have a bookworm in your life? What do you love about her?
Bookworms Have Opinions About Popular or Hyped Books
Ask a bookworm about the current bestseller and I imagine she has an opinion!
#4 Bookworms are Easy to Buy Gifts For
Any bookstore will have an assortment of gifts for bookworms!
Bookworms are Never Bored
For instance, your bookworm friend drives you to the doctor and it’s a long wait. No problem for a bookworm who always carries a book (physical or digital) with her. A long drive ahead? No worries for a bookworm who always has an audio book recommendation. A thirty minute wait in the school pickup line or an hour at soccer practice? A bookworm’s delight! You are with a person who has an errand……a bookworm is happy to sit in the car and read! Saturday morning with nothing to do? A bookworm might go to her local bagel shop and read while she munches on a whole grain bagel with strawberry cream cheese. Bookworms are so easy to entertain!
QOTD: Do you have a bookworm in your life? What is one of your reasons to be with a bookworm?
Happy Reading Bookworms!
“Ah, how good it is to be among people who are reading.”
~Rainer Maria Rilke
“I love the world of words, where life and literature connect.”
~Denise J Hughes
“Reading good books ruins you for enjoying bad ones.”
~Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
“I read because books are a form of transportation, of teaching, and of connection! Books take us to places we’ve never been, teach us about our world, and help us to understand human experience.”
~Madeleine Riley, Top Shelf Text
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