We present here a sample of A Book Fair for HSC and SSC students. We also included the key topics, so that you can easily write the paragraph on your own with creativity.
- Definition of A Book Fair
- Common features of A Book Fair
- Purpose of A Book Fair
- Visitors and books in A Book Fair
- Importance of A Book Fair
- Summary of the above topics
A Book Fair Paragraph for Class 12 & Class 10
A book fair is an amazing fair where different types of books are displayed for show-off and sale. A book fair is usually held in January and February
throughout the country in different places. The biggest book fair “Ekushe Boi Mela” is held in February on the occasion of 21st February. It is organized by Bangla Academy on the Bangla Academy campus and Suhrawardy Uddan. The purpose of a book fair is not mainly for selling books. A book fair helps to develop the publication of books, inspires new writers, and creates interest for books among general people. Books are also sold at a cheaper rate than the usual rate for inspiring people to buy more books. All types of visitors gather at a book fair. Writers, publishers, readers, book lovers, children and many other people come to visit and buy books at a book fair. Usually, the stalls get crowded in the evening. In a book fair, hundreds of stalls are arranged where all types of books are displayed. Academic books, storybooks, fiction books, children’s books, drama books etc. are displayed in different pavilion. The stalls are also decorated creatively and attractively that motivates the visitors. There are also refreshment sections in a book fair, such as seminars and cultural programmes are held. There are food and tea stalls around the premises. A book fair is an important arrangement for the betterment of education and spreading knowledge. It reminds us that books are our best friends, it increases our outlook. It also promotes the refined taste and national culture of a country. So, we should visit book fairs every year to buy books and enrich our frame of mind.
This paragraph is applicable for students of Class 9, 10, 11 and 12. The students of JSC and other classes can also practise it.