One might think as a person grows into maturity, their proclivity to learn would also simultaneously mature. Like progressing from P.D. Eastman’s 1961 classic “Go, Dog. Go!” to Susan Orlean’s 2011 New York Times Bestseller “Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend.”
I’d like to think that my reading tastes and responses have matured and become more refined, but with some honest introspective reflecting, I have found this to be absolutely false.
For the past six weeks and for the next nine, I’ve had the pleasure (and I use this term very lightly) of reading about five research studies a week on writing and literacy.