5 Ways Books Make You Rich

h1 {font-family: times new roman; font-size: 20pt;} h2 {font-family: times new roman; font-size: 18pt;} body {font-family: times new roman; font-size: 15pt;} Hi guys. This week’s blog is all about how books make us rich and not in the monetary sense of the word. Have a look at the 5 ways books make you rich and add some of your own in the comments if I forget anything.

Knowledge is Power

Books give us knowledge and the power to use words – either for good or bad reasons. As J.K Rowling wrote: “Words are in my not-so-humble opinion, our most inexhaustible source of magic. Capable of both inflicting injury, and remedying it.”


We all need comfort, whether it’s from family and friends or from characters in books and the stories that authors tell. Books are an invaluable source of comfort for any bookworm and they will always be there for you when you feel alone.


It may be similar to knowledge but strength is absorbed from books and the morals within them. Books give us the strength to stand up to people, to tell someone we love them; to seize the day. To me, that’s what a book is all about.

Role Models

Role models are an important part of any book – every person in the world needs to look up to someone, whether that person’s fictional or non fictional. Some people look up to Katniss Everdeen for courage whereas others look up to Luna Lovegood for being her authentic, quirky self.


As readers, we often read a book and don’t think twice about the author unless they’re well known or we want to read more of their work. However, authors are an important part of the world we live in because if it wasn’t for them, we wouldn’t have stories to brag about on Insta or bookshelves of stories to read when we need someone to be their for us. Authors make us rich by giving us the stories we crave; the stories the world needs.

I hope you enjoyed this list but please feel free to add your own ways that books make you rich. Until next time, Vee x

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