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How to deal with the books which have accompanied for years

Popularity 3Viewed 3256 times 2016-5-23 11:23 |Personal category:education|System category:News| books, senior, students

Now the end of the semester for senior 3 is coming. Almost every senior 3 student has this experience of worrying about how to deal with the books which have accompanied you for years. Some of the students drop them down from higher floor of the building. Some of them ask the students of the lower grades to choose what they want. Some of them drop them into the rubbish bins directly. Some of them give them to students in poor areas.

        I love books very much, especially those books which have accompanied for years. They have become my friends. I never forget that I opened the books one page after another to look for the truth, to look for the interesting things, to look for my future from them. So I treasure them and love them. They have already become a part of my life. Anyway, I never think of throwing them away.

        I still remember the books I had in the middle school. Before stepping into university, I put them pile in order. Unfortunately, when I came back home in the following summer vocation, I found they were given to other students by my parents, including the textbooks, note-books and the materials for GaoKao preparation. I still miss them now.

        Do you have any ideas about how to deal with the books which have accompanied for years?

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Reply Report BlondeAmber 2016-5-23 18:26
Many of my books I have had for years, or they belonged to my parents or other family members.
From school, I still have the poetry books, novels and plays as they are they are timeless.

Thankfully my parents value books as much as I do and keep them.
Reply Report voice_cd 2016-5-24 11:27
Thank you very much!!! we have highlighted your blog.
Reply Report samlam 2016-5-24 12:55
voice_cd: Thank you very much!!! we have highlighted your blog.
Thank you very much.
Reply Report samlam 2016-5-24 12:56
BlondeAmber: Many of my books I have had for years, or they belonged to my parents or other family members.
From school, I still have the poetry books, novels and  ...
You are a good guy to keep books. But some of the students now are not interested in books. I'm disappointed.
Reply Report holdecloud 2016-5-24 14:09
Pretty sorry for losing books in college after graduating,only keeping few of them.Once opening  books,time,friends,classrooms,teachers came in my mind.You would not treasure something until you lose it,just like books ,youth, friends.I mean i may never see them again.I cannot express it properly.You know,books carry my memory,or maybe a key to the memory.I'm afraid i would forget all of them,my dream my youth my lover,without books reminding me.
Reply Report BlondeAmber 2016-5-24 14:25
samlam: You are a good guy to keep books. But some of the students now are not interested in books. I'm disappointed.
Thanks, except I am not a guy  
Reply Report samlam 2016-5-24 17:30
BlondeAmber: Thanks, except I am not a guy   
No matter who you are, loving books is a good habit.

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