Dear Parents, Relatives, Teachers, Mentors, and Friends,
Other than food, shelter, and clothing, reading is the very next best thing that you can do for your children to prepare them for their future. Not only does reading enrich the mind but it helps young personalities grow and bloom into a sense of purpose with an understanding of what life is about.
Readers are truly leaders in all walks of life, and the gift of reading is a legacy for a lifetime. How do I know this? I am certain of these facts by the way my mother cultivated reading in my development and gave me the gift of having an infinite number of teachers in books and stories. I was not place bound because of where I lived. From my early years I traveled and learned about new people, countries, and cultures though books. I read biographies, learned about saints and sinners, and enjoyed silly stories as one of my favorite pastimes through reading.
I read out loud, to my mother, to my dolls, and even to my cats if they were a willing audience. But in fact, all the time, I was reading to and for myself. Today, I am certified as a reading professional K-12 and hold a license to develop a school reading program that advances through the grade levels. I can also work to diagnose reading problems in individuals. But, that is not what I choose to do now. Instead, I choose to instill the value of reading in people though my authorship of writings aligned with Napoleon Hill's works.
Reading is a gift that literally lasts a lifetime, keeps on giving, and grows a brain full of beauty and richness. Particulars aside, reading is a fun and valuable activity that allows each and every one of us to become the person we envision becoming.
Fail to read. Fail to succeed. It is as simple and complex as that. Readers are leaders. If you want to be one, get out those books and learn the lessons of your choice.
Be Your Very Best Always through READING!
"I thought the book was cool in many ways. It teaches kids to be nice, enthusiastic, disciplined and helpful but in the form of a cute bedtime story."
-Cameron Stulting-Flores, Student
|Publisher:||Napoleon Hill Foundation|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.65(d)|