Wordless Wednesday: Love to Read

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Even at the library where there is Computers and games, she chooses to read! :)

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12 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Love to Read

  1. My daughter is a reader as well. Isn’t it wonderful.

  2. Ha! she looks well into that book nice to see rather than an iPad heheh!

    Have a tanfastic week ;-)

  3. That is great! My daughter loves to read as well, just like I do. Great photo!!

  4. I love to see young ones reading…. and from an actual book, that’s even better!!

  5. My mom was a reading teacher for 17 years. She passed on her love of reading to so many students that even though she’s been gone for 23 years I still receive letters from former students of hers saying what a difference she made in their lives. Reading is a way to open doors and enrich our lives. I’m so glad your little girl enjoys it! Blessings to you from NanaHood.com

  6. My three girls are the same, always have their noses stuck in a book. I really need to have a book ban and get them back to doing craft and other things.

  7. That’s such a great thing. Lucky mama.
    Happy W.W.

  8. That is awesome, reading is the window to so many new things. It’s a blessing to have children that love books.
    Have a lovely day!

  9. I wish some of that love would find it’s way into my nine year old’s heart. He is not a fan of reading. Good for her! Read on…and on! :)

  10. She’s reading Goosebumps! I loved Goosebumps as a child!

  11. That’s awesome she loves to read! I hope when our kids are more proficient readers they’ll really be into reading, too!

  12. That’s great that she chose to read than to play! She’ll learn important things from reading.

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