Favourite Reads


Dear Students

At my age, it is difficult to have a “favourite book” because there are so many books I have read, enjoyed in different ways, and would like to read again, some day. Some of my “favourite reads” are tragic and some comic, and include novels, poems, travelogues, essays and plays. I also read a lot of non-fiction in various subjects, because it helps me learn more about the various branches of human knowledge.

Today, I would like to share two classics by Jack London and one by Rudyard Kipling that I read in my school library when I was your age, and would still enjoy re-reading today.

You can download these free e-books by clicking on the links below and selecting a version compatible with your iPad/tablet/computer:

White Fang

white fang

The Call of the Wild

Call of the Wild

 

The Jungle Book

junglebook

 

I would love to know what books and authors you enjoy reading. Do mention the titles and authors of your favourite books in your Comments.

Happy reading!

Sanjukta Sivakumar 

(DPST Inky Finga)

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16 responses to “Favourite Reads

  1. I am currently reading the collection of best short stories by Ruskin Bond. I also read a collection of short stories by R.K.Narayan and Rabindranath Tagore during the end of the academic session’s vacation.

  2. The most interesting book is The Jungle Book and I’m eagerly waiting for the movie which is coming up next week. And my most favourite author is Sir Jeffry Archer because the way he writes everything in detail is impressive

  3. Ma’am I to like Sudha murthy’s book.i have even my of her books.i like my more authors but she is my most favourite authore.

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  5. mam,
    i love reading sudha murty’s books.
    Till now i have read “dollar bahu” , and “maheshwatha” .Now i’m reading “gently falls the bakula”

  6. mam,
    i like david copperfield the most and in every library period i read it again and again….the author of this book is charles dickens………i read the jungle book and i liked it very much.

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