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fond of reading books during leisure instead of sitting idle and alone

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I have been an avid reader since early childhood. I am an only child, and moved a lot growing up. Books and the characters within were my constant friends. I always loved and looked forward to visiting the public and school libraries. My night table always has three or four books stacked on it, and I almost never go to sleep without reading a bit. I always carry a book in case I have to wait on line or in a waiting room. I share books with my family and friends, and spent my career as a teacher of reading. As a retiree, I am egaged in adult literacy, which I find immensely rewarding.

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I read daily, for work and for pleasure, and I'm not attached to just one genre. It's a good thing!