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whatevernext96 wrote on Feb 14th 2002, 17:28:38 about

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I believe only British universities award the senior academic status of 'Reader' – Professors-in-waiting, as it were. Strange appellation, isn't it? As though most senior academics didn't have enough reading to do in the first place. Rather like seeing 'pedal faster' flash up on the exercise bike at the gym. 'Read faster, read at least 4 volumes a day, you intellectual slacker – otherwise we can't retain you at this health centre known as a university, let alone consider you for that Chair (no sitting allowed) you've been after all these years!!'

Groschen wrote on Aug 9th 2001, 11:07:26 about

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I am happiest when I have an afternoon free to read a book.

Aunt Mabel wrote on Jun 14th 2001, 11:16:01 about

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Parents should be strongly encouraged not only to read to their children, but to have their children read to them.

Shane wrote on Feb 22nd 2002, 04:14:33 about

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I first learned to read when I was twenty-three. Since then I have made tremendous progress. Being able to read has opened up grand avenues of prosperity for me and my family.

Aunt Mabel wrote on Apr 6th 2001, 22:48:51 about

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Reading is the necessary foundation to education.

It is best fostered by parents reading to their children every day.

Begin early. Even a baby loves the sound of mother's voice and learns from the sounds and the cadences and the structure of the sentences being read – long before the words are understood.

Father's voice and sister's voice and brother's voice and aunt's voice and uncle's voice and grandmother's and grandfather's are also learned and loved. Get the whole family reading to baby! Everyone will benefit.

Jesse wrote on Jul 2nd 2002, 23:08:35 about

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Once upon a time there were two frogs.
One said: »Book! Book
The other said: »Read it! Read it

noise wrote on Mar 19th 2001, 16:40:20 about

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