Broom Hilda by Russell Myers for December 04, 2021

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    GreasyOldTam  6 months ago

    When my nieces were very young, they could do that. I tried opening the book to a random page, and starting from there. That did not go over well. They were quite indignant about it. And, couldn’t pick up the story. Their mother thought they were reading, but not so.

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    nicka93  6 months ago

    You missed the buildup they were confused.

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    The Old Wolf  6 months ago

    My kids used to do this to me regularly. If I said a word wrong or missed a page, they would be sure to tell me about it.

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    Olddog04  6 months ago

    I’ve read Green Eggs and Ham so many times, that I can recite the entire book without opening it. Both of my kids loved hearing it read, and I love the book.

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    jagedlo  6 months ago

    If Nerwin has memorized the story, then it’s time for a new one…

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    e.groves  6 months ago

    Both of my daughters had their favorite book. I didn’t mind. I loved reading to them.

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    Yakety Sax  6 months ago

    850 meters (HD English version) 14:47

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cY5PHE4x_g

    Song of The Knight 2:04

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUu9HH0hk0g

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    mourdac Premium Member 6 months ago

    Used to read bedtimes stories to the grandchildren when young and then watch some of a movie before they fell asleep. Great memories.

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    preacherman  6 months ago

    That’s so cute.

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    The Brooklyn Accent  6 months ago

    I would read to my son and he would look at the pages. After a while he was reciting along with me from memory. Then one day at about the age of four, he started stumbling over some of the words—especially the ones with “ough” in them—and I realized he was learning, on his own, to read.

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    jaishamathews  6 months ago

    I was tutoring this kid who was undergoing brain surgery and had to live in foster care away from his parents. This kid loved any Diary of a Wimpy Kid … which I hated. Turns out he was not learning to read, but memorizing everything. In one year, he made no progress. Regardless, he was a really sweet and lovable kid …. just needed to learn to read. He was 10.

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    Sisyphos  6 months ago

    Same story. Same beddy-bye time. Every night. Forever.

    I could memorize it, too, under those circumstances!

    Be strong, Little Green Auntie!

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