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Comme un roman review ´ 103 ´ In Better than Life Daniel Pennac shares the secrets that all book lovers treasure Delving into his experiences as a parent a writer and a teacher he asks how does the love of reading begin How is it lost This remarkable book explores simple ways to create a life long devotion to readingIn Better than Life Daniel Pennac shares the secrets that all book lovers treasure Delving into. First line You can't make someone read Just as you can't make them fall in love or dream First US edition of an elouent defense of among other things the right to dip skip and flip reading choices available for many years in the UK due out on this side of the Pond in November but there are galleysuentin Blake supplies both illustrations and an introduction The latter includes a passage I'm still thinking about Am I just imagining it or is there behind all the tests and targets a sort of fear of the rich fluid diversity of the material It's so easy to fall into the attitude that books films music games toysminds are interchangeable commodities

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His experiences as a parent a writer and a teacher he asks how does the love of reading begin Ho. Obviously in many ways this book isn’t applicable to me because I’m not a parent educator or even involved much with children at all I sometimes see them in the library when I’m on duty but otherwise they have one world and I have mine and never the twain meet thankfully since I’m dreadful with children It also doesn’t apply to child me I read voraciously exhaustively incessantly and my parents really did have to wonder not how to get me to read but how to stop me So it’s difficult for me to understand the kids he’s talking about who had to be cautiously reintroduced to books I’ve always been passionate about my booksStill Pennac’s passion for books is obvious and endearing and he could certainly turn a phrase; if the original French was half as elegant as the English translation it must’ve been good I think the enthusiasm and tips here might well help a parent or teacher reinvolve kids with reading And uite apart from that he makes some good points for readers of any age suggesting rights that any reader should have to read what they want where they want as much as they want and talking about the fact that reading is something you make time for rather than have time for “By making time to read like making time for love we expand our time for living” YesSo not aimed at me but nonetheless an interesting and lively read helped by uentin Blake’s illustrations And the rules are pertinent no matter who you are1 The right not to read2 The right to skip3 The right not to finish a book4 The right to re read5 The right to read anything6 The right to “Bovary ism” a textually transmitted disease the right to mistake a book for real life7 The right to read anywhere8 The right to dip in9 The right to read out loud10 The right to be silentPerfectOriginally posted here

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Comme un romanW is it lost This remarkable book explores simple ways to create a life long devotion to reading. So thin and so full of meaning I think this should be a must read for parents for those who read for pleasure above all It teaches you how to truly help your children understanding the pleasant side of reading forgetting the compulsory side that they come to know at schoolTeach children to read for curiosity and passion and not to show only that they can write a perfect comment of a book