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Friday Feature: “Let’s Talk Books” — Childhood Book Memory

What is your first memory of being read to?  What was the book?  Who read it to you? How did it make you feel?

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  1. My favorite memory of being read to is by my father when I was very young, probably around 6 or 7 years of age. I believe the first book he read to me was “The Wizard of Oz”. Being an only child of a Naval Officer, I didn’t have my dad around a lot when I was young, so the times that we had “daddy-daughter” time were extra special.

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  3. My mum tells a story about my dad reading me bedtime stories when I was very young (I don’t actually remember this myself – was too young) and how he would get nearly to the end, and I would be nearly asleep, and then he would ad lib the end of the story and would be wide awake again saying, “no dad, that’s not right!”

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