The rights of the reader book read 802 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers this witty refreshing treatise from a celebrated author . The rights of the reader daniel pennac quentin blake sarah adams on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers joyful ode to readingquirky playful sketches to complement the authors engaging prose passionate and witty booklist first published in 1992 and even more relevant now. The 10 inalienable rights of the reader 1 the right not to read 2 the right to skip 3 the right not to finish a book 4 the right to re read 5 the right to read anything 6 the right to bovary ism a textually transmitted disease the right to mistake a book for real life 7 the right to read anywhere. The rights of the reader by daniel pennac illustrated by quentin blake humane humorous and deeply felt this is a unique book about reading the rights of the reader which has sold over a million copies in france grew from celebrated french writer daniel pennacs experiences of teaching in challenging schoolscentral to the book is his belief that readers have rights to read what how . I first discovered daniel pennacs the rights of a reader in donalyn millers the book whisperer awakening the inner reader in every child pennacs rights remind us that we can empower our children as readers there used to be a beautifully quentin blake illustrated printable poster of pennacs rights of the reader but it has been removed from the internet
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