1. 3. Imaginative or invented stories or characters that are not based on real events.
  2. 5. A visual representation or image that conveys meaning or tells a story.
  3. 6. A visual representation or drawing that accompanies the text in a book.
  4. 8. Acquiring knowledge or skills through studying, observation, or experience.
  5. 9. Books or writing that presents factual information or real events.
  6. 10. A place where books are stored, organized, and made available for borrowing or reading.
  7. 12. An exciting or daring experience, often involving exploration and unexpected events.
  8. 15. The person who writes or creates a book, story, or other written work.
  9. 16. To investigate or discover new ideas, places, or concepts through reading or studying.
  1. 1. A division or section of a book, often containing a specific part of the story or information.
  2. 2. Information, understanding, or awareness gained through learning or experience.
  3. 4. The ability to create or form mental images, ideas, or concepts.
  4. 7. A narrative or account of events or experiences, often fictional or based on real-life events.
  5. 11. A thin marker used to indicate a specific page in a book, allowing for easy reference.
  6. 13. Looking at written words and understanding their meaning and context.
  7. 14. A collection of written or printed pages bound together, containing stories, information, or pictures.