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How to Read a Million Books in a Week

How to Read a Million Books in a Week
We used to go camping a lot.  Car campers, we would take every creature comfort from home, and set up our tent next to the car.  We would take day hikes each day, and cook over an open fire.  To be honest, though, most of the time we all spent reading.When my children were younger, I would prepare unit studies for them to read.  Books on insects or trees, or stories of survival and outdoor living. ...
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Guest — Lee
I only managed to pre-read the assigned school books (Sonlight.) I didn't read ahead the reading for pleasure books. I wish I ac... Read More
Friday, 23 January 2009 07:40
Guest — J W
I had to laugh - "Hey, when you’re reading ahead for their 6th grade year, it’s pretty easy!" There's no possible way I could rea... Read More
Friday, 23 January 2009 07:32
Guest — Stephanie
Those memories sound wonderful! I love taking books on vacation, too. My husband laughs at me because I look like I'm moving in...... Read More
Thursday, 22 January 2009 21:33
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