My mother would read aloud to my father and me in the evening. She read mainly travel books.
Ramona stepped back into her closet, slid the door shut, pressed an imaginary button, and when her imaginary elevator had made its imaginary descent, stepped out onto the real first floor and raced a real problem. Her mother and father were leaving for Parents' Night.
I don't think children's inner feelings have changed. They still want a mother and father in the very same house; they want places to play.
We didn't have television in those days, and many people didn't even have radios. My mother would read aloud to my father and me in the evening.
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