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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Required Reading

Definitely, you know the three books that I will talk about. But, in case you don’t, let me introduce to you three of the best books ever written. They were introduced in High School and I have read these three a lot of times, but I never get tired of them.
Remember, The Little Prince?

The boy who taught us all to not rely on our eyes, because what is important is always invincible to the naked eyes. His journey to earth has always been fascinating. :)
Rember, Jonathan Livingston Seagull?

Jonathan dared to be different and he succeeded. While his flock thought that flying was just for getting food, He braved the challenges that came his way and he became better in flying. And in spite of all the things that he achieve, Jonathan never forgot his flock, hence, he became a mentor for everyone.
Remember, Hope for The Flowers?
 
Hope for The Flowers will always remind me how important it is to dream and to always believe that there will always be something more about life aside from what you already know. The tale of the two Caterpillars will make you understand that to achieve something, you must really rely on yourself. :)
These books really mean a lot to me because they started my interests in being boring reading books. Maybe they will also start yours. Haha! The links will show you the PDF files, just buy a book and give someone who doesn’t have any access to the internet. All photos, were from Google by the way.
Keep it awesome! :)

17 comments:

  1. required reading din samin yung little prince at jonathan livingston seagull. isama mo na ang catcher in the rye. lol

    favorite ko yang little prince. hindi nakakasawa ever :))

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    1. Dinownload ko tuloy ang catcher in the rye, never heard. Pero basahin ko soon. Salamat Sir Mots. :)

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    2. Maganda yun! haha at some point, we've all been Holden Caulfield. Tapos pag maibigan mo yun, sundutan mo ng Perks of Being a Wallflower!

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    3. I am currently reading the perks of being a wallflower. :D

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  2. Paki-kwento na lang yung story hehehe. Tamad me magbasa lately ng books eh :)

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    1. Haha... Nilagay ko na ang PDF para you can read, hindi ka tatamarin Elmer, Promise! :)

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  3. It's unfortunate that I haven't read The Little Prince yet. :c

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    1. Rei, open the PDF right away! :)

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  4. For the first time, nabasa ko lahat ng mga books sa review post mo. I especially enjoyed hope for the flowers. Ang cute cute! :)

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    1. Hahaha... Yeah, pero mas favorite ko talaga ang little prince. Hope for the Flowers are for kids ages 2 to 92. Ay, it is also pala for caterpillars who can read.

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  5. I'll try to read Hope for the Flowers. It's the first time I've heard about it, which is rather unfortunate for me. Thanks for the tip!

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    1. Hi Splice! Welcome to my page. You should, the PDF is there for your convenience. I hope the book will touch your heart the way it touch mine.

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  6. i have the book "hope for the flowers". inspiring. :)

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  7. i have the book "hope for the flowers". :)

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