It’s a topic that’s widely discussed, with related facts usually quoted to encourage kids to actually pick up their reading comprehension homework. But today I’m going to look into whether reading really does make you smarter. And by reading I mean reading anything, from books, to web pages, to Tweets.
(in a state of being) confused, not well organized, or giving importance to unexpected things
“The government’s topsy-turvy priorities mean that spending on education remains low.”
Synonym: upside-down Continue reading “‘Topsy Turvy’ Literature | LibroLiv”
The Handmaid’s Tale was published in 1985. Is it still applicable today? Continue reading “4 Reasons Why The Handmaid’s Tale is Outdated (& why we shouldn’t fear that it could still happen) | LibroLiv”
Frankenstein was first published 200 years ago as of this year! Crazy, right? Now, I don’t know what Mary Shelley was thinking when she wrote it, but today I’m going to be looking at Frankenstein from a modern perspective and in a modern context. I hope you enjoy! Continue reading “‘Frankenstein’ 200 Years On | LibroLiv”
Today I wanted to talk to you all about a problem I have with many books, and actually a problem I’m having right now… Continue reading “Book Chat: Reading, Loving, But Not Getting Through It | LibroLiv”