"When you need help, the book will lend a helping hand; When you feel pain, books will heal your wounds; When you lose your way on the road of life full of thorns, a book is like a lighthouse, pointing out the voyage for you … "This is a passage I wrote in my reading notes, because I deeply love reading.
However, not everyone is born to like reading. When I was in primary school, I was the one who had the biggest headache in reading. Every time I picked up a book and looked at the lifeless square characters, I always shouted that it was boring. Later, how did I like reading? This starts with a Chinese pre-class activity ... It was in the fifth grade of primary school, and a Chinese pre-class activity required idioms solitaire games, and each student had to answer an idiom in turn. "A myriad of weather" and "a myriad of troops and horses" ... The students all passed the customs smoothly. It's my turn, but my brain is buzzing, and my classmates are looking at me anxiously. The students behind me are stamping their feet in anxiety. "Ma, Ma Daha!" " Somehow, I blurted out until my classmates burst into laughter. I didn't know that I had made a big joke, and I was ashamed and annoyed. I couldn't wait to find a crack in the ground. The teacher came over and patted me on the head and said, "It doesn't matter, you should pay attention to reading more books in the future to accumulate knowledge!" " So, I secretly made up my mind that I must read more books and know a lot of knowledge. (For more full-fledged compositions in the senior high school entrance examination, please search for WeChat WeChat official account: parents of junior high school students)
Gradually, I really like reading, because books bring me endless fun. I prayed for the fate of the little girl who sold matches, shed tears for the tragic death of the five strong men in Langya Mountain, and admired Zhuge Liang's great talents ... I was deeply intoxicated by the sea of books.
It was late autumn evening, and I did badly in a mid-term exam. After school, I came home full of pain and despair. Through the vague tears and dim lights, I saw the book How Steel was Tempered on the shelf. After reading it, I realized the indomitable struggle spirit of the protagonist Paul, which aroused my courage and injected a great force into my body. Yes, are you going to be devastated when you encounter such a small setback? I reopened the test paper, carefully analyzed the mistakes, and made a study plan for myself in the future. I said to myself, "I must be a strong man in life like Paul!" " Finally, I won the final exam in one fell swoop. This is all the wisdom and strength that reading gives me!
Reading gives me knowledge, reading gives me pleasure and reading gives me strength. I grew up reading.