The reading promise my father and the books we shared

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the reading promise my father and the books we shared

The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma | Scholastic

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Published 12.12.2018

Review: The Reading Promise

The Reading Promise: My Father and the Books We Shared

Please type in your email address in order to receive an email with instructions on how to reset your password. When Alice Ozma was in 4th grade, she and her father decided to see if he could read aloud to her for consecutive nights. On the hundreth night, they shared pancakes to celebrate, but it soon became evident that neither wanted to let go of their storytelling ritual. So they decided to continue what they called 'The Streak. Alice approaches her book as a series of vignettes about her relationship with her father and the life lessons learned from the books he read to her. Frank Baum, Harry Potter by J.

The Reading Promise book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When Alice Ozma was in 4th grade, she and her father decided.
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This is a sweet book. My dad read it aloud to me, which is fitting, given the subject. This is one of those books that it's really hard to review, so I'll just say that you should read it. I was expecting this to be a memoir of reading where it really was more a memoir of childhood with a father who read to the author a lot. It was good as the latter, but I never quite got over my Alice Ozma.

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  1. Chelsey S. says:

    It started on a train when she was little.

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