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THE READER (2008) - Post-WWII Germany: Nearly a decade after his affair with an older woman came to a mysterious end, law student Michael Berg re-encounters his former lover as she defends herself in a war-crime trial.

The Reader (2008)

THE READER (2008) - Post-WWII Germany: Nearly a decade after his affair with an older woman came to a mysterious end, law student Michael Berg re-encounters his former lover as she defends herself in a war-crime trial.

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Free Printable Books for Beginning Readers - Level 1 (Easy) - Frugal Fun For Boys

Free Printable Books for Beginning Readers - Level 1 (Easy

Free Printable Books for Beginning Readers - Level 1 (Easy) - Frugal Fun For Boys

Click through and learn to write a book readers can't put down. Here's the different types of conflict found in books readers obsess over. via @lizrufiange

7 Types of Conflict Found in Books that Readers Obsess Over

Click through and learn to write a book readers can't put down. Here's the different types of conflict found in books readers obsess over. via @lizrufiange

HEILBUTH Ferdinand - French (1826-1889] -  The Reader (1856) - Are you sure he's not a hobbit?

HEILBUTH Ferdinand - French (1826-1889] - The Reader (1856) - Are you sure he's not a hobbit?

For the reader- books to read this year, lists and fun ideas for people who love to read.

For the Reader: Books to Read This Year, Lists & Fun Ideas

For the reader- books to read this year, lists and fun ideas for people who love to read.

For the Love of Kindergarten: Winter Weather Easy Reader (freebie)

For the Love of Kindergarten: Winter Weather Easy Reader (freebie)

Hook the Reader I think to introduce hooks in a story the student should have the option of playing with writing with different hooks.  To do this you could challenge them to use different strength levels of hooks by inviting them to go "fishing".  Minnow=little hook, Bass Fish=medium hook, Shark=huge hook.  Could be done with a sticky hand and fish on the wall.  :)

Hook the Reader I think to introduce hooks in a story the student should have the option of playing with writing with different hooks. To do this you could challenge them to use different strength levels of hooks by inviting them to go "fishing". Minnow=little hook, Bass Fish=medium hook, Shark=huge hook. Could be done with a sticky hand and fish on the wall. :)

How can you create empathy in the reader and forge an emotional connection that resonates through the pages? Don't neglect your characters. | Writerology.net

The Brain on Storytelling: Creating the Reader-Character Connection

How can you create empathy in the reader and forge an emotional connection that resonates through the pages? Don't neglect your characters. | Writerology.net

The Reader (Movie Tie-in Edition) (Vintage International) « LibraryUserGroup.com – The Library of Library User Group

'The Reader' by Bernhard Schlink - Book Club Discussion Questions

The Reader (Movie Tie-in Edition) (Vintage International) « LibraryUserGroup.com – The Library of Library User Group

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