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NiE Ready Set Read

The act of reading is an everyday activity. It may be simply reading a sign, Facebook status updates, emails, text messages, blog posts, tweets, gaming instructions, a recipe, the newspaper or even devouring a book cover to cover. There is no argument that the manner in which we read has changed.

Today, most reading happens online rather than in print but it doesn't change the fact that the most important thing is the ability to read - whether we access the words in an actual newspaper or the online version, a print book with pages or an e-book.

 

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