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5 Types of Books that Increase Intelligence


Written by Editor in Chief, Pick The Brain We read for information, with the hope that information we acquire will improve our minds, giving us the means to improve our lives. In the modern Age of Information, more reading material is available than ever, making it increasingly difficult to allocate our reading time efficiently.All books … Continue reading

Do you love rainy days?



Originally posted on boy with a hat:
Christians have the Bible, Jews have the Talmud, Muslims have the Koran, I have 50 reading and writing rules that bring me endless joys and sorrows, and that one day might even bring me immortality and posthumous satisfactions. These reading rules sum up what I have learned about…


Originally posted on Whimsically Yours:
If there can be said to be one book series that has truly influenced/influences my life it is the Harry Potter Series. I like many grew up reading Harry Potter. I will never forget the first time I read and watched The Sorcerer’s Stone . I used to preorder the…

Carlos Ruiz Zafón, The Angel’s Game


“Every book has a soul, the soul of the person who wrote it and the soul of those who read it and dream about it.”

What’s in a Name and is it Really Important ?


  If 1000 Primary teachers in the UK were given lists of new entrants, of which they identified certain names to be trouble makers, is this proof that the name you give your child, or your own name, may be affecting your life? Read on to find out the hidden truths behind this disturbing phenomena. … Continue reading

The book that can’t wait


  ‘the book that can’t wait’ (‘el libro que no puede esperar’) is printed in ink that begins to disappear when the book is opened for the first time ‘The book that can’t wait’ (‘el libro que no puede esperar’) is a literary work printed with ink that completely disappears within two to four months … Continue reading


Originally posted on boy with a hat:
I read because I want to live a thousand lives in one. I read because books help me forget my body, which I dislike. I read because for the trees in the forest being fashioned into books is the equivalent of going to heaven. I read so I…


Originally posted on My Corner :
The little world of mine I always try to create Where no room to repine Where I make my fate   More than just some papers Where dreams come alive Drawing my own rainbow A great pleasure I derive   Try to read my unlocked mind And watch my imagination…


Don’t judge a book by its cover??? Or Do judge??? Interesting!