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18) This and the following fragment segment are meant to be read together.
She and Miss Rose thus read together many delightful French and English works, among which may be mentioned those of the learned Dr.
She read nothing but what they had been used to read together.
Mindful, then, of what we had read together, I thought of the two men who went up into the Temple to pray, and I knew there were no better words that I could say beside his bed, than "O Lord, be merciful to him, a sinner
In the years to come thy memory will shine like a star over my lonely life, as that last story we read together says.
The books that Agnes and I had read together, were on their shelves; and the desk where I had laboured at my lessons, many a night, stood yet at the same old corner of the table.
I would have you sit under a leafy tree side by side, and read together Romeo and Juliet; and then I would have you fall on your knees and on my behalf kiss the ground on which her foot has left its imprint; then tell her it is the homage of a poet to her radiant youth and to your love for her.
Well, I wish you'd wait till afterwards, and then we'd read together.
My darling and I read together, and worked, and practised, and found so much employment for our time that the winter days flew by us like bright-winged birds.
com)-- Kids Need to Read sincerely thanks the Kathy and Jerry Wood Foundation, a private, charitable foundation, for awarding $25,000 to the READ Together program.
Parents and children are encouraged to read together, sing together, and laugh together with this exciting board book series.
Families are provided with books to take home and encouraged to read together and discuss the issues in the books; however, no one will be kicked out of the program for not doing so.