At Magic Of Novels, we strongly believe that reading is a very important skill. Reading skill is the ability to decode the meaning from a text. The skills include phonics, word recognition, vocabulary, decoding and fluency. For one to be an adept reader, one must possess these vital skills.
Research shows that many students in primary and middle school struggle to read and comprehend because of lack of guidance and hence we initiated this.
We all recognize that these initial years are crucial and early brain development has a lasting impact on a child's ability to learn and succeed in school and life.
When children learn to read at an early age, they have greater general knowledge, a wider range of vocabulary, they are more fluent readers, and they have improved attention spans and better concentration.
Great novels create pure experiences that affect our emotions, imaginations and intellect in ways that are mostly mysterious. There are many practical benefits of reading novels - improved vocabulary, increased concentration, well developed imagination and also that the novels are considered one of the finest forms of creative writing.
Every reader, reading exactly the same text, will have a slightly different reading experience. Reading means you're inside the mind of another person. An author is speaking clearly and silently inside your head, directly to you. Novel is binding together people who never knew each other, citizens of distant epochs and break the shackles of time.
Imagination and curiosity are life-long companions. The best way to keep up with them is to maintain a long mutual relationship. Reading is the best way. I remember this famous quote which said, "We only have one life and reading makes us live a thousand lives in just one lifetime". This is self-explanatory.
Books open a new world to its readers which is different from the one they currently live in. Mind loves travelling and books are the means by which the journey can be fascinating and wonderful. Reading strengthens imaginations as well as vocabulary. They inspire, motivate, re-tell and help us re-live.