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Three Kinds of Books to Read Im an avid reader and I have found the most interesting books fall within three categories The categories are fiction nonfiction and poetry I have read books in all of these categories and although Im not an expert I will explain the differences of these categories Nonfiction is probably my favorite category because while reading these books the reader is reliving something that happened to someone or an event that happened somewhere These books are based on true facts being about an event or about an individual persons life or the life of a family The reader can get the feeling that they know these people or were there during the event by reading the facts They can also get to know how someone used to think by reading the thoughts of the people in the book during the events in that persons life The author takes the story to places and events that actually exist and happened The reader not only learns about individual people but also about the differences in time lines for example what a specific place was like in the 1900s and what it is like in the 2000s The reader can learn about the difference in ethics between different countries and about the eating habits in different countries The reader can learn the difference between how styles have changed from years gone by and now The reader can also learn how the style in houses has changed and even the differences in what types of plants were planted most commonly years ago and now These types of stories can give the reader an idea of what it would be like to live in a different time or place There are many different things that can be learned by reading this type of book and many subjects that fall under this topic nonfiction from autobiographies to the history of a country Fiction is another
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