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(Dedicated With flffgetion and Dcgp Rcspget To flll Those
Who Love Reading and books.
Just 6 minutes of reading
call reduce stress bv
and ease Illilscle tension and alter state of milld.
Reading reduces stress more than :
slow heart beat
games by 700%
report more that they have very good or excellent health; 54% vs 44}//
READING & THE BRAI
Reading expands your vocabulary.
Reading is an effective
Develops your analytical skills
Reading is assonated mth lower sub-
sequent risk of incident dementia
Enhances vour ability
Readers report more that they have very good or excellent mental
EADING & OTHERS
Reading Increases Empathy
Engaging in the simulative expe-
riences of fiction literature can
40% of readers volunteer for non-profit
organization 25% of non-readers
S2% of readers donat money or goods to
anon-profit organization vs. 66T;
facilitate the understanding of
others who are different
from ourselves and can
augment our capacity
for empathy and
71% of readers had done a favour for a
neighbour in the past niontll
Jheir own 110111?, less likew to experience (lilt)!!!
Readers have higher incomes
ing higher levels of literacy are
more likely to be employed work more
weeks in a year, and earn higher wages
than individuals demonstrating lower
READING & CHILDRE
In their pleasure reading, children
gain Significant insights into:
• Mature relationships
• Personal values
• Cultural identity
• Physical safety and security
• Aesthetic preferences
• Understanding of the physical world
engaging students in reading may be one of the i'?
most effective ways to !everage social chauge . • './
Bibliotherapy can improve communication. attitude and
ireduce aggression for children with social disabilities]
Benefits of Reading for children
• A stronger relationship with you.
• Help them deal with social struggles.
• Enchanced concentration and discipline.
• Acclamation to new experiences.
• Early academic success.
•Basic speech skills.
Reading aloud fo young children benefits brain
If we encounter a man of rare intellect, we
should ask him what books he reads.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Great books help you understand, and they
help you feel understood.
Whenever you read a good book, some-
where in the world a door opens to allow in
Vera Nazarian •
Reading and stress:Dr David Lewis.'Galaxy Stress Research.' Mindlab International. Sussex University (2009).
Readmg and health: Hill Strategtes Arts & Well-Being in Canada"
Reading and the brain : -Tiffany Hughes. Chung-Chou H. Clumng. Joni Vander Bilt & Mary Ganguli. "Engagement
in leading and hobbles and risk of incident dementia"
-Anme Cunmngham and Keith Stanovtch. Reading Does for the Mand".
Reading and others: - Hill Strategtes. "Social Effects of Culture: Exploratory Statistical Evidence and Detailed
-Raymond A Mar, Keath Oatley and Jordan B. Peterson. from "Explortng the link between reading fiction and
- Raymond A. Mar. Keith Oatlcy. from "The ftnctton of fiction in the abstraction and simulation of social experi-
ence." Perspectives on Psychological Science. 3(3). 173-192.
Reading and success - Irwin S. Yursch, Anne Jungeblut. Lynn Jenkins and Andrew Rolstad. "Adult Literacy
in Amenca•• .
Readmg and childrenr - Vivian Howard. University of Dalhousie. "The Importance of Pleasure Reading: Self-identi-
Ecatton. self-construction and self-awareness."
- vo.vw.oecdorg/edWschooVprogrammefonntemanonalstudentassessmentpisW33690904 pdf
- Bustness Standard. August 13. 2013.