Thursday, May 27, 2010
So, today I concentrate on reading with my children. The library is right down the street. Their little, upturned faces are even closer. What a day it will be!
Of course, I remember my parents reading to me. They were essential in the formation of my love of books. But one other person stands out--my fifth grade teacher, Mrs. Brown. She read Roald Dahl to us. (I posted about him here a while back.) I had never heard such words! Such worlds! That was the first year of reading contests and Scholastic book stacks to rival any library in-box.
Do you remember anyone significant reading to you as a child? To whom do you read now?
Posted by Michele Emrath at 7:49 AM