Why should teenagers read this?
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Sadly, as they enter their teenage years, even teenagers who used to love reading as children can lose interest in books.
There are many possible reasons to this. It might be due to a lack of time. It could be more enjoyable to surf the net, go shopping or play computer games. Then there are the many challenges to sell in modern life.
It might be because reading isn’t fun any more. We say what we decide about the things they learn in school. We lack the joy of reading, because we simply equate reading with preparing for exams.
One way to get there is to bring enjoyable books which teens will enjoy. Note how films such as Spider-man caught the imagination of both teenagers and other age groups alike. The subplot of suspense, fantasy components and anticipation holds the viewer at the edge of the seats. If only these could be authors.
Comic books are getting near. Comic books are very often placed in section for teenagers, and teachers can frown on them as they are not half as useful as novels, but are they? Why do many teens choose to flick through a series of comics over a novel?
Easy to read. Stories of fantasy which offer an escape into a more interesting world?
Comic books issue is that they are mainly illustrations with few terms.
Don’t take up a lot of language skills reading comics. Not as much as novels or short stories at least, but they’re much more enjoyable than most slow-moving books.
If there are only well-written books, novels or even short stories catching both a teen’s interest and a comic book. These are difficult to find but they do occur.
I myself am a follower of comic books. Moving through works of fiction at the bookstore, I found some interesting books based on comic books besides the film adaptations (yawn). Another I liked was a very well published series of the Spider-man short stories. It had the characteristics of fiction in a comic book but as an anthology. Books like these are a great way to re-introduce a teenager’s passion for reading.