Embed Fave it Download
<< <
1 of 17
> >> fullscreen
1

Books are the
quietest and most
constant of friends;
they are the most
accessible and
wisest of
counselors, and
the most patient of
teachers.
Charles W. Eliot

2

A book is like a garden carried
in the pocket. Chinese Proverb

3

Let books be
your dining table,
And you shall be
full of delights
Let them be your
mattress
And you shall
sleep restful
nights.
Author Unknown
4

TV. If kids are
entertained by
two letters,
imagine the fun
they'll have with
twenty-six.
Open your
child's
imagination.
Open a book.
Author Unknown
5

To sit alone in the
lamplight with a
book spread out
before you, and
hold intimate
converse with men
of unseen
generations - such
is a pleasure
beyond compare.
Kenko Yoshida
6

For friends... do but look upon good Books:
they are true friends, that will neither flatter nor
dissemble. Francis Bacon

7

A blessed companion is a book, - a book that,
fitly chosen, is a lifelong friend,... a book that,
at a touch, pours its heart into our own.
Douglas Jerrold

8

Just the knowledge that a good book is
awaiting one at the end of a long day makes
that day happier.
Kathleen Norris

9

Books are the compasses and telescopes and
sextants and charts which other men have
prepared to help us navigate the dangerous
seas of human life. Jesse Lee Bennett

10

After all manner of professors have done their
best for us, the place we are to get knowledge
is in books. The true university of these days is
a collection of books.
Albert Camus

11

Books are the
carriers of
civilization.
Without books,
history is silent,
literature dumb,
science crippled,
thought and
speculation at a
standstill.
Barbara Tuchman
12

A good book is the precious life-blood of the
master spirit, embalmed and treasured up on
purpose for a life beyond.
John Milton

13

Book love... is your pass to the greatest, the
purest, and the most perfect pleasure that
God has prepared for His creatures.
Anthony Trollope

14

Everywhere
I have sought
rest and not
found it,
except sitting
in a corner
by myself
with a little
book.
Thomas p Kempis
15

The books we
read should be
chosen with
great care, that
they may be, as
an Egyptian king
wrote over his
library, ''The
medicines of the
soul.''
Paxton Hood
16

The End
‘Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man,
and writing an exact man.’
Sir Francis Bacon

With Metta,
Bro. Oh Teik Bin
17

Featured Content

Embed Code

To the Top