Reading Mccullough Analysis

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Lastly, read. Start while they are young and as in the words of McCullough, “read, read, read!” (McCullough, p 4). Books are essential, and have a huge impact on a person. Reading, when done properly, can allow for escape from reality. It challenges our thinking, and helps us to grow as we see different sides and views. Its comprehension allows us to train the brain to retain information and make connections, allowing the information to become a part of us. After reading, McCullough tells us to “talk about what we are reading” and that from this exercise we will “learn a lot” (McCullough, p 4). By discussing what we read, we receive other ideas and viewpoints about the material. Not only that, when discussing with our children we can
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