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Reading Maps

What's a reading map, you ask? Reading maps are suggesting reading brochures which open up the world of a book for its reader. A reading map diagrams the internal life of the book, allowing readers to inhabit the text and all its outward connections. Reading maps enable readers to follow threads of interest stemming from any particular part of the work.

 

Reading literature has long been proven to build empathy for others, assist young children in coping with the death of a loved one, and a really, really good book has the unparalleled ability to change a person's life forever. Literature can transform people, taking them on a journey around the world. Learning about different cultures, learning about world differences. About other people, their attitudes and life's struggles. Their life's triumphs amid worldly troubles. And keeping with this thought, reading maps may help you get there.

 

NEWLY added reading maps include (printable and in PDF format)-

Author Sam Quinones & Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic

Author Ruth Ware & The Woman in Cabin 10

Author Mitch Albom & Tuesdays with Morrie

Author Liane Moriarty & Big Little Lies

Author John Grisham & The Innocent Man