- 2. The individual sheets of paper in a book.
- 5. The people or animals that are part of a story or book.
- 7. A type of literature that uses rhythm, sound, and language to express ideas and emotions.
- 8. The ability to create images, ideas, or experiences in the mind.
- 10. An exciting or thrilling experience that often involves danger or risk.
- 12. A narrative or tale that tells about a series of events or experiences.
- 15. The activity of looking at and understanding written words.
- 16. Information, facts, or understanding that is gained through learning.
- 1. A picture, drawing, or image that accompanies a text in a book.
- 3. A place where books are kept and can be borrowed or read.
- 4. A type of literature that is based on imaginary events and characters.
- 6. The person who writes a book or novel.
- 9. An exciting or thrilling experience that often involves danger or risk.
- 11. Something that is difficult to understand or explain.
- 13. Literature that is based on real events, facts, or information.
- 14. The sequence of events that make up a story or novel.