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READING FOR PLEASURE
American Children Read... But Not Well Or Often
Jane Austen Weekly: The Brain and Mind
Susan Celia Greenfield
Associate Professor of English, Fordham University and Public...
Among her countless accomplishments, Jane Austen is making news in the field of neuroscience.
The Beauty in Assigned Reading
Alexis Jane Torre
22-year-old college senior
The true beauty of assigned reading is that it forces us to go out of our comfort zones. It allows us hear about different cultures and times, keeping our minds open to new opinions and perspectives.
Does Government Testing Put Children Off From Reading For Pleasure?
Expanding Horizons For Arabic Children
Author, 'The Day Without Yesterday: Lemaitre, Einstein and the...
In Jordan, Saudi Arabia and elsewhere in the Middle East, people read for study, for school and for their jobs. But not for pleasure. Rana Dajani felt she had to do something about this.
Do Californians Read More?
Want To Be Happier? Read Something For Fun!
The Happiness Project
In general, reading is supposed to be fun. Go out and get hold of a book you want to read.
The Making of a Novel: No Time to Read for Pleasure
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