Category Archives: reading
Recently, I became a Granny for the first time and apart from thinking he’s the cutest grandson in the world (doesn’t every granny think that?), I’ve also wondered about how the beginning of any life affects the many people around … Continue reading
Friends who give you great books are priceless. I have savored and just completed 1913: The Year Before the Storm, by Florian Illies. Sadly, my German language skills are nil, but I read an excellent translation, thanks to the skills of … Continue reading
From the New York Times, Sept. 27, 2016–an interesting perspective on reading. Potentially useful for classes on information literacy or reading comprehension.