Tag Archives: love of reading

New Year’s Reading Resolutions by Camy Tang

Happy New Year!! One thing I love about the new year is setting my goals for the coming year. That usually involved work-related goals, but the past few years I’ve also been including reading goals. I used to think reading … Continue reading

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To Read or Not To Read by Kristen Heitzmann

The other night between 12:30 and 4:00 when sleep eluded me, I began a quest to winnow the titles on my Kindle. As Camy Tang said in a previous post, collecting a long list of books to read is easier … Continue reading

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Is it better to love a reader?

The other day while I was out with my daughter, my son-in-law texted her a link describing the many benefits of falling in love with a reader. As you might guess (or know if you’ve read past posts of mine) … Continue reading

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Total Immersion by Maureen Lang

Do you remember the very first book that you read, the one that opened up the reading world for you? Perhaps it was a childhood book—maybe it wasn’t even a book that you read, but was read to you. Maybe … Continue reading

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The Fat Man That Never Came Back by Elizabeth Goddard

  Did the title grab your attention? Did it make you want to read more of this post? If so, then it had the desired effect.  I’m currently teaching my youngest son to read. He wasn’t interested in reading this … Continue reading

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