2 thoughts on “Freedom to Read Week

  1. Interesting. I admit, it’s not something I’ve often thought about. Reading what and where I want has been as natural to me as breathing all my life. It’s easy to lose sight of the fact that many people around the world don’t have that same freedom.

  2. I’ve never really thought about not being able to read something – unless it’s a case of not being able to find a copy of an old book. Sometimes I wait years for a book to come out in paperback, but that is hardly the same. Then there is the treasure hunt of finding a book in a secondhand bookstore. What a shame for people to be limited in what they can read. Or, to be unable to read because they lacked the opportunity to learn.

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