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The differences between fiction and nonfiction books are basically easy to recognize. Books with fiction are made up by the author and arent based on a true story and nonfiction is the opposite.

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Fiction or Non-fiction books Sara Akbari NV08B The differences between fiction and nonfiction books are basically easy to recognize. Books with fiction are made up by the author and aren't based on a true story and nonfiction is the opposite. That is mainly about real things that orbit our environment. A typical thing with non-fiction is that it contains facts and non fictional things such as mythical creatures. Examples of non-fiction pieces of work can be essays, diaries, documentaries, biographies, manuals, and journalism. According to me, reading is how you learn a new language and its vocabularies fluently. Any kind of book will help you to improve your knowledge. I think that the best book that gives you more benefit is a non-fiction book. It can be for example a book based on the truth that is about a woman who grew up with different circumstances, or a simple book about science. ...read more.

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Not only Twilight but also Harry Potter is another example of a fiction book. A point is that the books represent what we sometimes see in regular families and the books aren't written in any particular way that makes you completely lost by not reading them in order. For the youngsters, it is very easy to relate to the situations in the book. Every kid has had for some point experienced when their parents denied them something, or for some reason made you angry at your parents. As a kid, parents are 'god' like. They have the power over all aspects of their kids' lives. Harry being able to escape is probably something that kids can relate to. I believe that the magical things that happen in the Harry Potter books play a major role in young people's interest. ...read more.

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I've never been fond of anything that has to do with fiction to do because it doesn't arouse my interest reading about things and creatures that not exist in our world. I like non fiction books just because I really enjoy reading about things that is going on around the world and the thing that makes me like the most about is that you learn so much while you are reading, not only different cultures but religions, people and countries. Your eyes open and you can see how different people we have in our world and how they live for instance but reading fiction books brings you in a new world to the wizards, witches and monsters. So I find fiction for only the children, those who like to fantasy and want to imagine. To sum up I would say reading non-fiction books are worthier than reading fiction books, but that is my opinion. We live in a world with thousands of different people with different backgrounds, interest, tastes and opinions. ...read more.

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