Reading History

Reading History

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  • I have always been very good at school and my parents read with me daily, so I was a good reader but I didn't like doing it.
  • In third grade we read "James and the Giant Peach" as a class and I fell in love with Roald Dahl. I remember searching the shelves for his books every time we went to the library.
  • I spent the next years throughout elementary school, middle school, and high school staying up late with a flashlight to read the latest books from my overflowing shelves.
  • When I got to college I stopped reading for fun because I had so much other required reading. I occasionally enjoyed some of the assigned reading, but not frequently.
  • As an adult, often exhausted from work, I reach for the T.V. remote before a book. I have found I can also multi-task watching T.V. rather than when I am reading.
  • I have made it a goal to read more and watch T.V. less this year, so I picked up another inspiring series from my childhood, Harry Potter.
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