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bookworm

A popular term for an inveterate, voracious, indiscriminate or “addicted” book reader.
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Dubai [UAE], Mar 27 ( ANI ): If you are a bookworm and happen to be in Dubai, then you must not miss a chance to visit the city's first-ever 24x7 'trust' bookshop and that too with no 'support staff'.
All too familiar with the challenges facing enthusiastic bookworms and active bookstagramers in Egypt, Shaheen recently launched The Reading Bee's Shop, a bookish merchandise online shop for Egypt's bookworms, after experimenting with design.
Khadim Huisain, of Boro Bookworm, who is himself a published author, said: "This is the first of many more to come.
Bookworms was founded in 2010 and had a small following, but volunteers now cater to children's parties, reading corners in malls, school programmes and private services for families in both Arabic and English.
For any bookworms out there, www.justbooks.co.uk is the perfect place to find the latest best sellers to curl up with.
Instead of curling up, bookworms can take their lit to go.
And, not surprisingly, all of the avid bookworms shined in language arts.
where he doesn't play sports and is so far down the social ladder that he is below the bookworms. His life changes dramatically when he is befriended by the big man on campus, Nathan.
Audiotapes make great gifts for you or for the bookworms in your life.
In the workplace, bookworms are encouraged to set up book swaps, a reading club or even a theme night for a favourite writer or character.
BOOKWORMS are being encouraged to turn over a new leaf - by learning about other languages and cultures.
WE are a nation of avid bookworms with 66% of us claiming that we read every day, a survey revealed.