Leaning back and forward: why we read

This unexpected gem came from the Editor’s Note in a recent issue of Runner’s World magazine.

Here’s to encouraging as much “lean back” time for our kids as possible. Silent Sustained Reading and other such activities designed to encourage reading for pleasure should also include a conversation about why we read and why reading on paper is so important. There’s a time for funnels and a time for filters.

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