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Old 07-12-2012, 05:31 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by mata View Post
I agree that it's a good book and that it should be read to children, rather than presented as a motion picture 'action pastiche'.... Can't get the same neural-networking going on with 'some films' (especially the recent "action" ones) that you can with engaging The Imagination, as you do with a book !
Indeed mata - and that's the agenda - they're happy to see students leave school semi illiterate. I read this and LOTR's to mine - it took over a year of bedtime reading.
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