Reading for Personal Development
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This is the first book of a subseries included in Bibliotreatment. Reading is therapeutic, and many of the issues that may be worrying you have been broached by great writers whose insight sometimes makes you wonder whether you/ someone you know have been spied on to provide literary material. Despite a widespread belief to the contrary, reading is not a passive but an ext...more
Paperback, 108 pages
Published March 15th 2011 by Jorge Pinto Books
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J.F. Elferdink
The premise of this reflective little book is that reading provides much more than entertainment--books provide keys to some of the questions in our lives. A great book, one that stands the test of time, discusses issues "so profoundly human that we feel they inform the present." Merajver-Kurlat also says, "Books have an ending, but are not truly finished until readers reinterpret and actualize them."

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