On Learning to Read: The Child's Fascination with Meaning
Examines the ways that reading stretches human imagination, emotion, and knowledge, criticizes the educational establishment for its role in fostering reading difficulties, and suggests ways to increase literacy and interest in reading
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Why Children Resent Reading
The Magic of Reading
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