2017 Book Lover´s Day

Annual Fall

9th August

List of Book Lover´s Day dates by year

20189th AugustThursday
20199th AugustFriday
20209th AugustSunday
20219th AugustMonday
20229th AugustTuesday
20239th AugustWednesday
20249th AugustFriday
20259th AugustSaturday
20269th AugustSunday
20279th AugustMonday

Book Lovers Day encourages you to find a place in the shade to relax with a good book.

Book reading is a great hobby. It's an important one, too. Employers look for it on resumes. Reading is educational, informative, and relaxing. It makes us both smarter, and happier people.

Book Lovers Day is a great day to celebrate. Just grab an interesting book, find a quiet, cozy place, and crack open the cover. Celebrating Book Lovers Day in August is pleasurable on the deck, under a shady tree, poolside, or in a cozy hammock. If you fall asleep while reading, that's okay. It's all part of the relaxing benefits of being a book lover.   

Book Lover's Day

Book Lover's Day is observed on August 09, 2016. It's a day for those who love to read. Just take a great book and relax by reading it. Bibliophilia or bibliophilism is the love of books. Accordingly a bibliophile is an individual who loves books. A bookworm is someone who loves books for their content, or who otherwise loves reading. A bibliophile may be, but is not necessarily, a book collector.

The classic bibliophile is one who loves to read, admire and collect books, often amassing a large and specialized collection. Bibliophiles do not necessarily want to possess the books they love; an alternative would be to admire them in old libraries. However, the bibliophile is usually an avid book collector, sometimes pursuing scholarship in the collection, sometimes putting form above content with an emphasis on old, rare, or expensive books, first editions, books with special or unusual bindings, autographed copies, etc.

Virtual book collecting can be described as collecting books in a digital format (virtually) on a computer or other electronic device. A bibliophile may acquire ebooks by downloading them, or copying from borrowed media (CDs and DVDs, for example). However, this may violate copyright law, depending on the license under which the ebook is released. Ebooks acquired from Project Gutenberg and many similar free collections are legal.




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