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NPR stories about So We Read On A first edition of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby was displayed at the London International Antiquarian Book Fair in “So We Read On” abounds in pleasures of the text, whether it is tracing the theme of water in “Gatsby,” dipping in and out of Fitzgerald’s biography so as to illuminate the novel or the Author: Daphne Merkin. If you love “Gatsby,” or want to understand why it deserves such adulation, “So We Read On” is a gorgeous treat. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, Corrigan will appear at Politics & Prose, 1. Mental Stimulation. Studies have shown that staying mentally stimulated can slow the progress of (or possibly even prevent) Alzheimer’s and Dementia,  since keeping your brain active and engaged prevents it from losing power. Just like any other muscle in the body, the brain requires exercise to keep it strong and healthy, so the phrase “use it or lose it” is particularly apt when Author: Catherine Winter.
In So We Read On, Maureen Corrigan looks at the story behind The Great Gatsby, from F. Scott Fitzgerald's life to the era in which it's set. She says it's her favorite novel, but it wasn't always. What we've read so far in *Please only add books that you HAVE read in * For the books you've read in , visit the list! Just keep voting for books as you read them. Which book will we read the most this year? And for all you lucky people who read more than books in a year. Book Overview. At the heart of the What So Proudly We Hail e-curriculum is this wonderfully rich anthology that uses story, speech, and song to help Americans realize more deeply—and appreciate more fully—who they are as citizens of the United States.. At once inspiring and thought-provoking, What So Proudly We Hail features dozens of selections on American identity, character, and civic. The We Both Read books are so highly effective because they engage both children and parents in reading—and make it easy for them to be successful. The concept of the series is simple: each book is specially formatted for a parent and child to take turns reading aloud alternate pages.
We read because we love the language, the images it evokes, the landscapes it conjures, the mire of human desire, anguish and beauty. We read to send us to sleep dreaming of different sunsets and Author: Isabelle Cartwright. Why We Forget Most of the Books We Read “So long as you know where that information is at and how to access it, then you don’t really need to recall it,” he says. If . Sofie Beier’s has investigated the idea that “we read best what we read most.” While some would claim that given enough time they could read a Gothic blackface as fast as Verdana, letter legibility is an important factor. Beier’s book Reading Letters: designing for legibility does an excellent job at covering recent : Jason Santa Maria. When we read a book, we step into someone else’s shoes, see the world through someone else’s eyes, and visit places we might never otherwise go, whether a tiny village in India or the green fields of Narnia. Books teach us about love, heartbreak, friendship, war, social injustice, and the resilience of the human spirit. Here are 25 must.