What is the best book you have ever read?

Victoria O.
Chronicles of Narnia. It was the first big book I ever finished at a young age and I was so proud of myself when i finished it. C.S. Lewis is a fantastic author and his pieces opened up my imaginative mind.
Bevin U.
I really liked reading My Antonia. The descriptions of pioneer life in the Midwest and the hardships they faced were vivid and raw. It also showed the difficulties of starting life in America as an immigrant family which I myself empathize with a lot.
Manuela Z.
The best book I have ever read is Jane Eyre. It reminds me of the power of integrity, self respect and sensitivity, despite the negative environment a person may live in for some time.
Alexandra N.
The Tibetan book of living and dying. I bought this book before my dad died but I didn’t get to read it till he passed away. I do think books find you when you need them the most. I needed that book when I found it but I didn’t know how much I needed it until my dad passed.
A Cat In The Atti C N.
I don’t really know… it was definitely a child’s book about… hmmm. I don’t know! The first one I remember reading was Pinkalishis. I think that’s how you spell it. I was obsessed with those books! Not so much anymore though- they’re still alright to read!
Jamie T.
I don't have a favourite book, but I really enjoy reading classics or sagas, maybe something a little romantic and with a bit of action. Some of my favourites are "Pride and prejudice", "The Picture of Dorian Gray", "Harry Potter", "Pompei", "The Great Gatsby" and so many more.
Norbert X.
In my opinion, Wings of Fire: The Hive Queen. It is so intriguing when you read and I finished it in one entire day! Super captivating and interesting.