2017 Read a Book Day

Annual Fall

6th September

List of Read a Book Day dates by year

20186th SeptemberThursday
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20206th SeptemberSunday
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Read a Book Day is today. Take time out of your busy life, and relax with a good book. Cozy up on a chair, indoors or out. It doesn't matter where you read that book, as long as you can do so in a comfortable manner. If you doze off along the way, we won't tell anyone.

Reading is a great lifetime hobby. It offers so many positive attributes. It's relaxing and therapeutic. It's educational. Its entertaining. And, a whole lot of other good things, too.  

Read a Book Day

If you have young children, or elderly people in your home, take the time to read a book to them today. It is a wonderful time to bond with them and it creates pleasant, lasting memories.

On September 06, Read a Book Day is celebrated. And right at the outset to all slacker when it comes to reading: no worries, contrary to the name of this holiday you don't have to read a whole book in just one day. Read a Book Day is a day to encourage people to read: either for themselves, for children or for elderly people to give them some quality time. Reading is not only fun, but it can also improve your health by lowering your stress levels, stimulate the brain activity and improve your memory. So reading is fun and healthy: Grab a book and try it for yourself on Read a Book Day.




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