Qui vous a insufflé l’amour de la lecture, et comment?
Joanne whittle
Joanne whittle
Arklan Community Public School Arklan Community Public School
Carleton Place, ON Carleton Place, ON

My mom of course! Being the youngest of five children, I am amazed now, at the energy and drive my mom must have had to keep reading stories to us every night, after working long hours as a head nurse of a neonatal unit in St. John's. She always tells the story of when after working the night shift, I would escape my babysitter (lovely I am sure, but not mom) and creep into her bedroom, literally pick open her eye lids, and ask her to tell me a story. With infinite patience, she would oblige, often trying to skip pages of well known books until I corrected her, and let her know that the pages must have been stuck together, because she missed a part of the story. I remember Green eggs and ham as a favorite book, but that was a long time ago, and other names have long been forgotten. Like a warm fire, on a cold day in November, there was something about my mom reading to me that was the ultimate comfort as a child. That love of reading, and the comfort of a good book taking me some place magical was instilled by this ritual. Years later, when reading to my own daughter, trying to stay awake at bed time reading, I marvel at how she could have accomplished this feat will all five of us.
And of course, whether I'm reading to my daughter about pigeons and buses,cookies and a mouse, or the formidable Anne, I also have tried try to shorten the book, and heard the whisper of a sleepy child "Mom, you missed a part".

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536e Ontario

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