Letter to Editor: Book Fairs Should Be Also Held in Other Cities

A book fair was organized in your city, Bhopal. Thousands of people including a large number of students visited the fair. It aroused a great interest in reading and buying books. You want that such book fairs are held in other cities of the state also to promote the habit of reading. Write a letter in 120-150 words to the editor of a local newspaper giving your views. You are Navtej/Navita, F-112 Malviya Nagar, Bhopal.

F – 112
Malviya Nagar

March 2, 20XX

The Editor
The Times of India
New Delhi

Sub: Book fairs are a bliss for mankind

Dear Sir

Recently, a book fair has been conducted in the city. Your newspaper had given a wide and a quality coverage to the book fair. It was a great pleasure to understand that the book fair was attended by thousands of persons which included a huge number of students also. The publishers are also happy that they have got such a good response from the public.

In the world, where internet has conquered everyone, it is very surprising to find people still interested in books. Going to a book fair and showing enthusiasm is remarkable indeed. I also visited the book fair. When I first went there, I did not expect there to be a crowd at the book fair as nowadays very few people read books and that too at the release of e-books. However, as I entered, I could still see the excitement in the people. The arrangements were all perfect. The people there were all well-read and knew exactly the books that the readers might want to read. There were different kinds of books talking about different things.

After seeing this, I felt people should know that the essence of reading from a book in your hand has still not gone. The different smell of each book is one of its kind which is not available in an e-book. Through the column of your esteemed newspaper, I want to bring it to the attention of the organisers to organise such book fairs in other cities of the state also.

Yours Sincerely