Essay On Reading Through Time

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Reading and Writing Throughout Time
Growing up as a kid I remember my parents always reading to me, always trying to help me learn progress in life. In life reading and writing will never go away, from reading picture books to college reading assignments. I have noticed reading and writing only gets progressively harder throughout life so it 's way better to get the hang of it now.
Throughout my life reading and writing has come to challenge me more and more in school. And it has shaped me into who I am today. From having to do book reports in third grade to reading counts in middle school. Reading has made me come to realize that it is never going to go away. Reading and writing is in almost every aspect of life.
To begin with, my first memory of reading is when my mom would read a book to me at night. Every night my mom would read a book to me to help me fall asleep. The books would be picture books with small words in them. One of the books I mainly remember is “Green eggs
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It was the first year of reading counts. What reading counts is, you have to read 1 book each quarter of the school year. I hated being forced to read books especially when I don 't like the book. This was challenging for me because I always put it off to the last second and didn 't read in my free time. This made it so I would have to read when I didn 't want to and It made me come to hate reading.
Going forward, In middle school I found my only books I liked to read as a kid “Diary of a wimpy kid series”. The main reason I liked it so much was because I could finish the book in a day and not have to dedicate myself to a book for two weeks. Also it was a very childish book so it interested me in 6th grade. The book had a lot of pictures in it to keep me interested in the book. This is the only book I would willingly read in my free time because I liked it so much. It wasn 't a very complex book, but it still challenged me as a

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