Reader’s Bill of Rights

A Reader’s Bill of Rights

1. The right to not read
2. The right to skip pages
3. The right to not finish

4. The right to reread
5. The right to read anything
6. The right to escapism
7. The right to read anywhere
8. The right to browse
9. The right to read out loud
10. The right to not defend your tastes
—by Daniel Pennac
Shamelessly stolen from HarperCollins Canada.
What do you think?  Should we have all these?  Any missing?  I’m not 100% on the reading out loud one…
Christie
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2 responses to “Reader’s Bill of Rights

  1. I like ’em! But I agree, the right to read outloud is one of those rights that need to be used prudently. If everyone used that right at the same time . . .

    Great list! 🙂

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