An article written by Lee Sonogan
Note: This following article will feature in my non-fiction book You, Will, Have Style When You Write One Million Words: UNGROOVYGORDS Advanced Guide For Creative Writing. Within the Extras chapter of resources and relatable content. Publishing it on my website ENTERTAINMENT CULTURE ONLINE which will be expanded on, plus more relevant quotes.
“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.” – Margaret Fuller
On Facebook from an author named Lynn Miclea spawned this idea in how to teach. Instead of investing in the comment section, putting it into the final extra section, how do you get your child to read books? First off, from my experience, when I was young, what I read out of non-fiction and fiction was the comics/graphic novels given to me as presents. Their lies my answer to the initial question of the image provided above. If I had I new niche comic at my disposal right now, there would be a goal to finish it in the next few days.
Maybe your kid is not the reading type? One way to commit to reading books is what they really enjoy that correlates with overwhelming positive public reaction. That plus, the reading level of the particular individuals (Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level). Addressing these key criteria separates a young adult from what they think they need to know and what they can currently handle. Most of the time it would be reading it your self and identifying favourable morals in what they are into.
One direction of persuasion is encouraging cool leaders who write books or simply a collection of their quotes for some thought-provoking stuff. Push critical thinking into a conversation from deep waters, their location of these concepts shall be linked to thousands of books to be researched together. The more time and effort put into it equals the greater results in win/win situations. That one book may just make you both long time readers yet!