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Re: what are you reading?

    I am sure we are related on some level. I did not want to be the one to
bring it up. Did not want to upset your dad... he did not know... Just
kidding. Just kidding.  I have been noticing how often in our discussions of
reading, it is parents who read to their children that inspires the desire
to read. Hope that it is still going on out there.
    So many worlds to visit......
Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
> Gene, we must be related somehow.
> In 3rd grade, my desk was right next to the "library", four short shelves
> books. While the teacher was diverted by classmates, I read them all, at
> expense of basic math skills. I never could stand to stay on the page when
> we read aloud.
> Judy B
> z6 Idaho, 40s & rainy this week.

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