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Many young girls read books such as Judy Bloom which teaches life lessons hidden behind the story of a young girls life and the many obstacles she faces When I was a child I read books like The Adventures of Captain Underpants My most distinct memory of reading has to be that I would almost always take a book with me when I took a bath I suppose my mom loved the fact that all she had to do was give me a book and tell me to go take a bath and I would disappear for hours My favorite book to read wasHarry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone Although I was only around 8 years old I was determined to read them all I would always make it half-way through the book and I would lose interest mainly because the books were far above my reading levelWhen I stared elementary school our school system had a reading program that rewarded students with AR points for each book the student had read The way the system worked was based on what grade the student was in heshe would be classified in an AR range This range determined the level of difficulty that the student could easily read and comprehend well enough to take a test on After reading a book the students would get on the computer and take a test that answered thorough questions about each chapter If the students passed the test with higher than 80 then they would receive so many points put towards their account At the end of the year the students with the highest amount of AR points got to go on a field trip or out to a fancy dinner I never really liked the program its self because we were required to read a certain amount of books each month I was a slower reader and almost always fell short of the quota therefore never being qualified
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