My Writing Impact

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Many things have affected my life over time. None of them have possibly effected my life more than reading and writing. Everyone knows that reading and writing is important, but for some people it has a bigger impact on their life. I believe reading in particular had a large impact in my life. I don’t know how different my life would be without reading. My interest in reading made school fun for me. It gave me a reason to try in school, and put forth an effort to do my best. My interest in reading when I was younger made me the student that I am today.
In my first few years of school, I did not care. I did not care about how I performed or what kind of review the teacher gave my parents about me. I saw school as a horrible place that I went
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My first three years of school I did not get good grades and got held back. After second grade, I became a good student. I put in more effort and became one of the top students in my class. I cared about how I performed in school. Before I got an interest in reading my education was not off to a great start. I don’t know how much different my life would be if I had not taken a keen interest in A to Z Mysteries.
Another book that had a profound impact in my life was Touching Spirit Bear. I first read this book in Sixth grade. Mrs. Heimer informed the class we were going to be split into groups to read different books. With a list of books to choose from we were told to list them in order of interest, but that it did not guarantee we would get to read the number one book on our list. I listed Touching Spirit Bear number one, and luckily, I was chosen to read it along with six other students.
Everyday my group would meet in the back of the room during a certain period of the day. Each member of the group would take turns reading. I enjoyed this part of the day to see what new adventures Touching Spirit Bear had in store for me. There never seemed to be a dull page in the entire book. My shyness to read in front of others seemed to disappear while reading this book. This was my favorite part of the day, and as I would find out later, would have a great effect on my
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