Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Reader's Bill of Rights

I can never be reminded of this enough.  We have these posted all over our house.  It helps to remind the parents that it is okay if the kid is reading the same book for the fiftieth time.  It's not like the grown ups aren't guilty of this.  I reread the books I love all the time. It is like spending time with an old friend.

Daniel Pennac's

The Reader's Bill of Rights

1. The right not to read.

2. The right to skip pages.

3. The right to not finish.

4. The right to reread.

5. The right to read anything.

6.The right to escapism.

7.The right to read anywhere.

8. The right to browse.

9. The right to read out loud.

10. The right to not defend your tastes.

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