Reading Memoir Research Paper

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Reading Memoir “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go,” by Dr. Seuss. This quote speaks for itself. The more you know and educate yourself, the further you’ll go in life. Books are filled with some much information that we could learn from. By just reading books and having knowledge about them, can take you just about anywhere in life. Reading can open your mind to new things. I started reading at the age of 4, pre-k. My mom and dad always made sure that I read as a kid to strengthen my vocabulary and speaking skills. My favorite book as a child was the “Berenstain Bears” and “Dr. Seuss" Collection. Before going to bed, my mom would read me bedtime stories. As a toddler I, was so eager to read and learn new words.…show more content…
And a few obstacles that I have are coming across new words and understanding them. I get distracted easily when reading, so when I read a book it has to be interesting or I will feel lethargic. Being a visual learner, I have to make pictures when I read to comprehend it. As of today, I have a lot of feelings toward reading. Now that I am in college, reading plays a crucial role. However, it expands your comprehension, grammar, helps you broaden your vocabulary and challenge your mind with new words. Reading is a part of our daily lives, whether it is reading directions, texting or even social media. My feelings about reading have definitely changed during my life. Now that I am older, I am reading more and more and my favorite author is V.C Andrews. Books that I would like to read is “Up to No Good,” by Carl Weber and Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly. Reading has not been a fan of mine but, overtime I have grown to comply with it. Now I know that reading is so important and it is good to read once in a while. A book that I am reading now is The Help by Kathryn
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