First of all, congratulations, on opening a new world of experiences, and beautiful life. Reading novels can help you in not only developing different language but, also help you get a different point of views. You will get newer, and more exciting experiences,from the comfort of the cozy bed. In course of time, you will also learn how beautifully, these experiences can enrich the life as well as refine and deepen your patterns of thoughts.
By taking a plunge to reading, you can also understand the journey from a ‘non-reader’ to a ‘reader’. Books or as you can say novels can give you new scope in life. A new vision that, only readers can understand. So, here are a few books to read for the first timers or have just started reading.
Books To Read For The First Timers
1The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein
If you have just started reading books to improve your language, and English was not your first language, then you must definitely pick some super easy reads and slowly graduate in reading more complex ones. This book is the most perfect beginner’s read, as it revolves around a single theme. A theme of love, but not romance kind, but an agape kind of. After reading this, you will be able to read for more complex themes of level two, and can also elaborate more plots with twists.
2Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Row...
Do not mistake this book as a read only for children. Well, it has many parts, but this one first part can make you forget to drink, sleep or even eat. You will only want to finish this book in one, a couple of hours straight sitting. The part makes this book even more eligible in the reads for the beginner’s is its combination of being light, at the same time being equally engaging.
3To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
This novel story looks at the racism from the eyes of two children, Jem and Scout Finch. This book is the first novel of Harper Lee’s two novels. You will find an extremely realistic as well as relatable characters, that you will fall in love with. The story revolves around the older brother and their younger sister. If you think that you are not much into history, then the Great Depression’s well-depicted backdrop can make you want to dig deeper.
4Animal Farm by George Orwell
You might think that reading a story about barnyard animals is not something what adults might read! But this book is much more than that. This satirical piece is about animals who rebel against their masters, and is also a totalitarianism, mixed with tyranny. This book will leave you thinking for days, about how we; humans, think as well as function. In the course of this book, something about the way you think change as well.
5Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Do you love things like creepy and horror? Then this book can keep you hooked in curiosity. This book is the perfect introduction to Gothic literature as well as science fiction. This is the reason why you might see Frankenstein, included in the most English Literature syllabi.
6Tell Me Your Dreams by Sidney Sheldon
Every newbie in the world of reading, definitely needs a book that can be captivating and can also keep you hooked. The biggest challenge for a beginner is to not put away the book, they have picked to read, without finishing. Shoert mystery stories do exactly the same thing. But, Tell Me Your Dreams by Sidney Sheldon is full of twists, and also can make the book unputdownable.
7The Diary Of A Young Girl by Anne Frank
This book is very touching as well as gripping. As the name says, it is the diary of a young girl, on the account of World War II. Anne Frank will take you to the little and the massive adventures of her life in this book. Even though this book is not a fat book, when you will finish this, you will get the confidence of reading more complex ones.
8Billy Budd by Herman Melville
This novella can make a good transit read, with real well built simple plot. This is quite a easy read, but it can leave you with a feeling of having read something more of a substance, and can make you question.