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My mother and teachers, I guess. Legolas Send a noteboard - 15/11/2011 10:03:22 PM
My mother read to us pretty much every night when we were children, that certainly helped... but she doesn't actually read all that much for her own pleasure. Once I hit the point that I could read by myself, I guess various teachers did more to encourage that than my mother did, though I don't remember any one of them as being so very influential.
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