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How the Brains of Bookworms Compare To Those of Bibliophobes

Why do people take to reading with such varying amounts of ease? A new study that looked at the differences in the brain development between children with different reading abilities may help answer ... read more

Big $ Corrupts Big U

The children of those embroiled in the criminal scandal ... The juxtaposition between that bookworm and these bibliophobes illustrates what infuriates the public about the current scandal. read more

Keep grinding… and there’ll be nothing but dust left of you

If the myocardial infarction was not enough of a wakeup call, the brain tumor certainly was ... Hell, I don’t want too! All those interesting people, all this inspiration in the air. read more

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Books can rewire our brains, and connect us all

The Us vs. Them rhetoric that colors public debate ... We are then able to ask “why” and place those different actions or decisions into context. Interestingly, the brain does not make a distinction ... read more

How to raise a bookworm

writing a book about raising bookworms, "Born Reading," out in July from Touchstone ... but the act and the sound of your voice is turning on switches in their brain constantly in those first two ... read more

How to...plan for and teach tricky vocabulary

First, do the unthinkable and deface the brain-bendingly good writing by blacking out about ... of challenging vocabulary is hidden within the word. Help students uncover those hidden meanings by ... read more

Books are good for your brain. These techniques will help you read more.

Reading books can exercise your brain and even boost your emotional intelligence ... Be willing to pick yourself back up and honor the long-term commitment the next day. To fit in those five pages, it ... read more

Editor’s Note: Welcome to the Genius Issue

In the first-ever completely themed issue of Reader's Digest ... then my bookworm mom wins. If smart means worldly, then my German-born, trilingual grandmother wins. (Women, all of them. Hmm.) But ... read more

THE BOOKWORM SEZ: A book to be thankful for

Ever have one of those days where everything goes off-kilter? Yep, the author has them, just like the rest of us. And like most of us, he’s “ridiculously lucky” overall, something he recognizes even ... read more

Your iPhone addiction will rot your kid's brain: Put your devices away, moms and dads

But Jason Boog, in his book "Born Reading: Bringing Up Bookworms ... those first two to four years of life raise your child’s IQ by six points. That number really shocked me. Just the amount of ... read more

The live-action ‘Beauty and the Beast’ works hard to prove how modern it is

Belle is more than a bookworm Just like in the animated version ... They’re anti-intellectuals who won’t trust a girl with brains. The movie also reminds the audience that literacy would have been a ... read more

The advice I'd give my college freshman self

But to get down to the nitty-gritty of college life in the first year, we hit local campuses and picked the brains of some ... but don’t be a 24 / 7 bookworm. “My biggest success was storming the ... read more

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