Reading gives your brain a different kind of workout than watching TV or listening to the radio. Whether you’re absorbed in a page-turner or simply scanning an instruction manual for your coffee maker, “parts of the brain that have evolved for other functions—such as vision, language, and associative learning—connect in a specific neural circuit for reading, which is very challenging," Ken Pugh, PhD, president and director of research of Haskins Laboratories, told Oprah magazine. The habit spurs your brain to think and concentrate
For getting most of the books I am usually getting to visit this library that seems to be the affirmative place. We are able to get to know many new things from the books that are being kept there.
This Library is having many exciting books to read which I have been looking all over the places. They are meant to be really interesting when you are willing to spend some quality time.
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