101 Ways To Read A Book
People’s reasons for reading vary; commonly heard include being forced to, for pleasure, or testing the waters to see what all the “hoopla” is about. With the various responses, it is no surprise that how individuals go about reading also varies. For each individual, preferences such as temperature, lighting, comfort, audience (or lack of), environment, etc., cause the memory of their reading experience to be a success or failure, impacting the chance of them continuing or ending this potentially deep and meaningful relationship and experience.
101 Ways to Read a Book is for readers and non-readers alike. With few words on each page, non-readers won’t feel pressure or boredom and may find their next favorite book through the colorful illustrations showing how to achieve each separate way of reading a book. Readers will enjoy locating and reminiscing their favorite positions and the possibility of being taught new ones to keep the experience exciting. The titles of the positions are comical and inviting to try out.
With one hundred and one options, there is no shortage of imagination and possibilities. Kids and adults will equally find enjoyment as they eagerly turn each page. This type of book is right up this reader’s alley – I loved it!
|Timothee de Fombelle,Benjamin Chaud,Karin Snelson
|Red Comet Press
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