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The Running Dream (Schneider Family Book Award - Teen Book Winner)

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wrote the first known Greek book on dreams in the 5th century BC. In that century, other cultures influenced Greeks to develop the belief that souls left the sleeping body. (469-399 BC) had a simple dream theory: during the day, the soul receives images; during the night, it produces images. Greek philosopher (384-322 BC) believed dreams caused activity. He thought dreams could analyze illness and predict diseases. , for his part, believed that all dreams are produced by thoughts and conversations a dreamer had during the preceding days. Cicero's described a lengthy dream vision, which in turn was commented on by in his .

This book was just so interesting to me. I'm a huge fan of anything that involves dreams and I've never read a book involving dreams before, so I absolutely adored reading this one. The characters were really great as well and my favorite character would have to be Will. He was just always there for Annabelle and he had this really obvious crush on her that she can't even see. They were just so wonderful.

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    so there's a book called Dreamcatcher and it is about four friends and their histories together and the long times apart and their annual hunting trip. four great friends who were different from each other but still really connected, like brothers. four friends who grew up together; four individuals who are deeply characterized like they are all people the author knows, or maybe all different pieces of the author himself, made separate. or maybe both are true. it is easy to see your friends as a kind of extension of yourself, different but similar, four different sides of a square that is still one basic shape, one thing.

    Book is the symbol of knowledge and memories. There are many chapters that your dream will share with you. Some of these would be good and some would not be so good.
    Let’s find out what they mean in your dreams:

    Symbolism:
    Reading a book is one of the finest hobbies as it gives you knowledge along with past time. Many people find peace of mind by reading books. Thus, seeing a book in dream may relate calmness and peace of mind.
    Books are also related to knowledge and wisdom. These convey the experiences people have had in life. One of the most important things to remember about your dream is to know the title of the book you saw in your dream. Also ask yourself questions like; whether the book was open or closed, what was the color of the book, the subject you were reading, the thickness of the book and a few more.
    The various factors will help you to find the closest interpretation about your dream. The type of book you saw in your dream relates to the memories. For instance, an adventure book in dream is related to the best holiday you spent in your life and children’s book may refer to the childhood memories.

    Most Common Book Dreams:
    • Coloring the Book: People often dream that they are coloring a book or putting a cover on the book. This indicates your responsible attitude. However, it may also indicate that you are covering your responsibilities and you are happy to live a carefree life.
    • Buying a New Book: If you saw that you bought a new book in dream it signifies that you have finished all your pending tasks at work. It is time to think of something new in life and start afresh. These could be related to your painful memories or the goals you have accomplished in life.
    • Someone Tearing a Book: Many people dream of seeing a dusty book. Some people also see a book being torn by someone. Both of these depict the same meaning. It means that either you find it very painful to think of your past or you badly miss some moments in life.