Personal Narrative: My Literacy Rollercoaster

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Literacy Rollercoaster Every young student gets excited for the book fair, even if they don’t like reading, there are lots of fun erasers and pencils to look at or get. I was one of those kids that gazed at the book catalog to create a wishlist of books. I wanted every single book, the scary books, funny books, even comics. The book fair is what blossomed my love for books and reading. I loved how the books were presented and displayed. I got so psyched to read the new books they had to offer. The librarians talked about and showed previews of the books that were in the fair to get us more interested and it worked for me. I was on the edge of my seat watching the previews. I wrote every single book down. I went home and told my mom and sister which ones I wanted to read.
The students got a tour of the book fair before we went with our parents to buy the books. My grandma and I made it a tradition in kindergarten of going to every single book fair together. She was my best friend. My grandma didn’t enjoy reading but she did
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I started to think about my future and what I wanted for myself. I came to the conclusion that there are going to be obstacles throughout my life that I’m not going to enjoy doing, but they need to be done regardless. So I suck it up, try my hardest, and attempt to reach my full potential. Present day, I care about my grades and succeeding for my future so I know I have to read and write even if I don’t want to. I want to have a solid career doing something I enjoy and want to do everyday. It has been a rollercoaster of emotions pertaining to my personal literacy, but I am finally to a point where I can enjoy it. I found that I like science fiction books and movies, but more interested in writing about real events. Such as this literacy

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