readers Quotes

10 of the best book quotes about readers
“When I am dead – I say it that way because from the things I know, I do not expect to live long enough to read this book in its finished from – I want you to just watch and see if I’m not right when I say: that the white man, in his press, is going to identify me with ‘hate.‘”
“The reader writes the final chapter.”
“Description begins in the writer’s imagination, but should finish in the reader’s.”
“In many cases when a reader puts a story aside because it ‘got boring,’ the boredom arose because the writer grew enchanted with his powers of description and lost sight of his priority, which is to keep the ball rolling.”
It was interesting that Peggy Rathmann wrote the book in the second person, as if the reader were part of the tale. And the illustrations are wonderfully creative, with black silhouettes framed by an ever darkening, but very colorful sky. The illustrations are very funny in places, which helps to soften the dangerous situations the babies got into.
Bright and brassy, this youngster will win over readers in a split second and will leave them hoping for more of her trials and tribulations.
“Women are books, and men the readers be...”
“Very new readers might tackle a chapter at a time, while more independent readers will be happy to read a complete story in one sitting.”
″‘Ain’t you got no feelings for yore trade?’ asked Smith earnestly. ‘Don’t you want it to prosper with more readers?’ ‘You’re a wicked little thief!’ said the bookseller, now jerking to the left. ‘Only because I’m ignorant!‘”
″ ‘I’m not up to everything, Peterkin, as you’ll find out ere long,’ replied Jack, with a smile; ‘but I have been a great reader of books of travel and adventure all my life, and that has put me up to a good many things that you are, perhaps, not acquainted with.’ ”
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