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Interesting Proverbs on Books
 
 
 
A book holds a house of gold. (China)
 
It is better to be entirely without a book than to believe it entirely. (China)

Many books do not use up words; many words do not use up thoughts. (China)

Scholars talk books; butchers talk pigs. (China)

If you want to be acquainted with the past and the present, you must read five cartloads of books. (China)

One is happy when one has books, but happier still when one has no need of them. (China)

To read a book for the first time is to make the acquaintance of a new friend; to read it a second time is to meet an old one. (China)

The head is older than the book. (Belgium)

Other people’s books are difficult to read. (Netherlands)

There is no worse robber than a bad book. (Italy)

Teachers die, but books live on. (Netherlands)

You can’t judge a book by its cover. (U.S.)

It is not healthy to swallow books without chewing. (Germany)
 
Source: www.wordlily.com

 

 

 
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