Benefits of Reading Infographic

If this isn’t the most beautiful and informative infographic you’ve ever seen, then I want to see what infographics you’ve been looking at. I’m already an avid reader and this inspires me to want to read more!

The Metamorphosis Journal

82 delicious layer, 12 hours of work dedicated to those who adore reading and book. Feel free to share it, and if you wish to make a print of this for educational purposes, don’t hesitate to contact me in order to get a free, print-resolution copy.

benefits of reading

Update: Some people asked for a print of this infographic. But, unfortunately, they had problems with meeting printing requirements. If you wish to have it ready in print, it’s available here on Zazzle. You can change the size as it please you, but please consider keeping the text readable.

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How you can get involved

Wonders of the Written Word is first and foremost a collaborative project. To get this project off the ground, to share our love of literature with the world, we need your help, and your input.

While we’re getting the nuts and bolts of this campaign sorted, you can still head over to our Facebook page and give us a like.

https://www.facebook.com/wondersofthewrittenword?fref=ts

We’re hoping we’ll be able to share a lot of your content on the Facebook page.

We’re also set up on Twitter, follow us at @wotww15. We promise not spam you!

Most importantly, we’d love for you to share this campaign with all your fellow book enthusiasts. It’s inspiring to know there are so many of us out there, and love of the written word has not been lost.

Quote of the day:

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one. ” – George R.R. Martin.

EM