Can you imagine if you could not read?

Bee Organized with Pamela

Obviously you all can read.  But Sally Cronin writes a enlightened story about those who can’t.  This is not my normal post but being a reader…If I can help 1 person by giving the gift of reading it is a good day.  Thanks y’all.  See you tomorrow  Thanks Pamela

When I was handed over at the tender age of four years old to Mrs Miller, the infant class teacher, I could already read to a basic level. With two older sisters, I was lucky enough to know my letters, and had already enjoyed a number of fairy tales and other illustrated children’s books. In […]

via The R’s of Life – Chapter Seven – Reading, Riting and Rithmatic = Reasoning — Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life

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5 thoughts on “Can you imagine if you could not read?

  1. My life without reading, unbearable. I spent so much time hiding in books… A next door neighbour had five daughters who thought it would be fun to teach the baby on the block to read. I was three and they literally gave me the rope to hang on to. When my children were young we had stories and poems with all the voices. Every gift giving occasion was an occasion to increase their personal library. When there was an opportunity to share this passion, I’m all over it. 🙂


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