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Do you read books?


As children, we first learn to speak. Somewhat before somebody at the beginning of schooling learn to read and write. Unfortunately, today in the 21st century there is a certain number of illiterate people. The letter is a means of spatial and temporal communication. Initially, instead of the letters, they were co-created by drawings and various signs. It is believed that the Sumeri people who lived in Mesopotamia about 3400 years before our era, we created the first letter. Later, the rest of us were born. When I started to learn to read it, it was a great joy for me. I started to take books from the Library, mostly fairy tales of various nations, and to read them. I am also a member of the library and I read regularly every day. I have learned my children’s reading and I’m glad is to process them when I give them a book.

  • Question of

    Do you develop love for reading in children?

    • I teach them to love to read books
    • I do not influence them if they love themselves they will read them.
  • Question of

    Did you like a child like to read fairy tales?

    • I liked to read fairy tales before bedtime
    • I loved someone else reading a fairy tale before bedtime.
  • Question of

    Do you consider reading books a waste of time?

    • I think reading books is a great thing in life.
    • I think reading is a waste of time..


What do you think?

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  1. Books a good to read. I believe in reading books to children if there are any around to read to. Illiteracy is an invisible problem, many in life don’t know how to read as adults. I was quite shocked to meet 2 white women older than me who did not read, or even learn to do basic arithmetic.
    Children develop a love for books from their parents and others who love a good story.

  2. I love reading now, but I didn’t like it when I was little. I think that the best way to inspire kids to read is through example and by offering them books that could be interesting to them.

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