Week 2 Journal - Janna Frank Literature for Children Week 2...

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Janna Frank Literature for Children Week 2 Journal January 21, 2011 My father has told me I began reading on my own at the age of four. I remember  having an interest in reading from an early age. My first clear memory of reading is in a  library when I lived in Indiana, at the age of six. I lived just a few blocks away, and  would go there almost daily. I remember learning the Dewey Decimal system, and loved  shelving books. There was always some little kid around to read to, and I felt proud when  they enjoyed the stories I read to them. This feeling is the same, but multiplied many  times when I read to my own children or niece or nephews. Reading to our children, I  believe, is the most important responsibility we have as a parent, to insure they are given  a fair chance of success in life. I have no memory of my parents reading to me. I went to  live with my aunt and uncle when I was nine, and by that time, I was an avid reader. Charlotte’s Web
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course EN 196 taught by Professor Cowling during the Spring '11 term at North Central Missouri College.

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