To Read or Not to Read, That Is My Question
Adults can't find time to read, and children can't find a reason not to read. Maybe it's time to rethink how we approach reading.
Publisher Locus Publishing Company
First Published 2018-04
Language Traditional Chinese、Simplified Chinese、Spanish、Italian、French
"Make it a rule never to give a child a book you would not read yourself," said George Bernard Shaw,
Bookstores have become desolate as curious readers all seem to have disappeared.
The owner of the bookstore, who loves reading, decides to have his children go out and call on their friends who used to hang out in the bookstore to once again come together to discuss whether people still go to the bookstore to read and buy books. The bookstore owner is ready to convince his entourage with a deluge of famous quotes about reading, but the children don't seem to be willing to take the owner up on his offer. And so begins a battle of epic proportion to determine the fate of reading.
Both sides have prepared plenty of reasons to justify their case.
To Read or Not to Read, That Is My Question.
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