The fantasy world of Hogwarts has kept children and adults hooked on to a different world. New age fantasy is important, so are old times’ classics. The books of Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, R.L. Stevenson and other such writers are great reads. Classics hold a different charm that teaches a lot in terms of life as well as language. Several books are incessantly gripping and makes one think a lot about real life. The variety in offer is also indomitable.
Books like Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass depicts a drive into fantasy world, whereas Dickens’ David Copperfield and Great Expectations tell a tale of life. Other notable classics are Kidnapped, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, and Robin Hood to name a few. Each of such books has a new story to tell. This era had a lot of good writers and a lot of good books. Teenagers and adults can also look up to books like Pride and Prejudice and Emma.
Lately, the world created by Ruskin Bond and Enid Blyton has often left a mark. Bond’s books on Charlie, a kid, and his adventures have a lot to talk about. So does Blyton’s Famous Five and Secret Seven series.