Personal Narrative: Just Your Average Reader

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Just Your Average Reader Reading to me means getting lost in a book, it’s like you’re in your own miniature world and you get to create and make up everything. It seems like reading is one of the only places where you get to block out the rest of the world and you get to imagine a whole different life. But at age 14, I am an average reader. I enjoy reading, but I don’t have a lot of time for it. I wish I had more free time to read, but because of sports, school, and a social life, I have other priorities. Here are a few things that have made me the reader I am today. In first grade, my teacher, Mrs. Hendricksen, started a book club with me and a few other girls. We would be assigned a chapter or two of a book every night and then we would have to write about it. We read almost all of the Junie B. Jones books and we read the Judy Moody series. We read other books too, but those were my favorite. Even though I didn’t enjoy writing about the chapter every night, I loved reading the books. That book club helped me to enjoy reading by letting me read books I liked.…show more content…
She would read a chapter to me every night, and sometimes I would read to her. Ever since, that has been one of my favorite books. 11 Birthdays was the first book of the series, and the storyline of the series was incredibly interesting and it made you think deeply about life. That book was the first book I read that was a lengthy, massive, heavy chapter book, and I read it over, and over, and over

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