Reading is a staple of life

Reading is a staple

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Promote Literacy

For children, learning to read fluently is essential for their academic success. Discovering new worlds and going on exciting adventures is one way to learn to enjoy reading. Check out the map and pick out a new adventure to share. Or, travel a favorite road from your own childhood all over again.

Childhood Books

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Careful What You Read

 

 

Careful What You Read

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Keep Calm

Keep Calm and Love Reading

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Why Read?

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“Reading is absurd, isn’t it? Page after page of symbols. Voices in our heads that aren’t our own. Why persist? We may read for entertainment, to pass the time, to visit other worlds, to expand our sense of what is possible. We hunt for treasure, rarely satisfied, but seeking new things to which we can aspire, clues and answers to what our lives are meant to be. At best, perhaps, we read to challenge ourselves and to be changed.”

~ Chris Dodge, Utne Reader

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Here are 7 excellent reasons to read:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/12/health-benefits-reading_n_4081258.html

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Thank You

‘Thank you’ is the best prayer that anyone could say.
I say that one a lot.
Thank you expresses extreme gratitude, humility, understanding.
~Alice Walker

Alice Walker

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Keep going

“It may take little time to get where you want to be,

but if you pause and think for a moment,

you will notice that you are no longer where you were.

Do not stop–keep going.”

– Rodolfo Costa

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