A Story Time Survival Guide

I wasn’t kidding, Ted — I really don’t have anything to say!  Or, nothing that I feel like saying about what’s in the news lately, when the most cheery story I can remember reading recently was about how nobody knew why there was a pair of lungs on the sidewalk in Los Angeles.

So, let’s talk some more about children’s books.  This time, the really awful ones, and how to survive reading them.

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  • Whitewaterlily

    My Dad solved the problem of having to read childrens books to me a thousand times: He recorded himself reading my favourites on audiocasettes. So I could have him “read” to me any time I wanted. Should work with recordable CDs as well.