Reflective Essay Books

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Teachers, friends, neighbors, parents. Each of them has said ‘I read this amazing book and it changed my life.’ Priests, authors, people who have blogs. They all write for the need of telling you, the reader, an important story of life lesson. Reading is a way for the reader to disappear into the characters life. Parents may control what their own children read, but have no right to restrict what books are available to other people. Frequently challenged books are a portal to different life experiences and reading encourages empathy and social-emotional development. “Green Eggs and Ham” by Dr. Seuss, “Harold and the Purple Crayon” by Crockett Johnson, and “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone” by J.K. Rowling. All of these books were not only a book that we could use to help us with reading skills and comprehension but it also gave us life lessons that are integrated into the books. For example in Crockett Johnson`s “Harold and the Purple Crayon” it gives the life lessons and goals that ‘children will explore the world of imagination, children will investigate problem-solving techniques, and children will appreciate the importance of patience and perseverance.’ says Scholastics. If parents believed that the book would have a negative impact on their child 's mind the parents would take away the ability for the kid to read the book and get the understanding of the world of imagination, problem-solving techniques, and the importance of patience and perseverance. If
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