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‘The magic power of READING’

I enjoyed the immense happiness of reading from an early age and it has enriched my whole life, predominantly in an emotional sense, but in an intellectual one, too. I know that I am lucky – not all children grow up with books in the house, which is known to be a lifelong disadvantage.

Reading harnesses the power of our brains, teaching us to think, learn, feel,

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