Classic books to read aloud for adults

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classic books to read aloud for adults

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When I was my twenties, I traveled with a good friend to Switzerland to visit another dear friend, who was living and working in Geneva at the time. We wandered the city, stopping for pastries in every coffeeshop we passed. We took the train high up into the Alps and hiked through the breathtaking countryside. It was a magical night. We passed the book—an old paperback of mine—back and forth between us, letting the words flow over and around us. I remember at one point we looked at the clock and saw how late it was. There was something spellbinding about the act of reading that spare, haunting, graceful book to each other.
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It presents the dilemmas, fears and choices that were felt and had to be made by ordinary people. Coraline by Neil Gaiman Goodreads Author 4. I felt I was in the middle of the story. The Shining alkud, by Stephen King.

Up in the sky swallows swooping, dazzling it with soft gold in pure good temper; and now again some chime it might be a motor horn tinkling divinely on the grass stalks-all of this, and loaded with lit. Arnold Lobel. These stories are hilarious. My copy is only pages.

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To vote on existing books from the list, beside each book there is a link vote for this book clicking it will add that book to your votes. To vote on books not in the list or books you couldn't find in the list, you can click on the tab add books to this list and then choose from your books, or simply search. Discover new books on Goodreads. Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Reading aloud in groups isn't just for children. Not all books are good for reading aloud, though.

Events Podcasts Apps Newsletter? We said: Anyone looking for an introduction to philosophy need look no further. He moved around on the right side of them and stood staring, his mouth partly open in a kind foe loose grin. It presents the dilemmas, fears and choices that were felt and had to be made by ordinary people. Cinderella by Kinuko Y.

If you want to spread the love of books in a more personal way, however, we came up with another way to celebrate the evening — by having someone read a book aloud to you, or by reading aloud to one of your friends. After all, reading a book out loud to someone else is one of the best ways to truly share and give a love of reading — at least, this author got hers from being read to every night as a child and yes, sometimes as a grown up. If not, click through to check out our list of wonderful books to read aloud or have read aloud to you, be sure to suggest your own favorite read-aloud fare in the comments, and then share a story with someone you love tonight! Lolita , by Vladimir Nabokov. My sin, my soul. Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. She was Lo, plain Lo, in the morning, standing four feet ten in one sock.

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Want to Read saving…. East of Eden John Steinbeck Buy the book. All while falling in love with her employer, Mr Rochester. Umberto Eco.

It is an extremely moving account of the kinds of things that actually happened in Nazi-occupied France during the Second World War. It offers us a glimpse of redemption. Salinger Buy the book. William Goldman.

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  1. Characters like Boo Radley or Daisy Buchanan have even become a part of our conversations beyond the world of books. Although some of the books on this list have been published more recently, they explore timeless questions and concerns. A lot of the nonfiction that flies off the shelves of local bookstores deals with current cultural trends or events or offers advice for self-improvement. But, the nonfiction that has best stood the test of time is a striking combination of complex, beautiful and informative. 💆‍♀️

  2. A lone tree stood among a snow covered field in Superior, WI on December 16, The secret is out — you love reading aloud, and you love being read to. I knew it! And I am delighted. 👾

  3. Authors A-Z! William Shakespeare. And, the language itself is still beautiful--who can forget that closing image of boats against the current alod ceaselessly back into the past? The prose sings.🤛

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