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Read a New Book Month
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Books Worth a Million
By Beth Beutler
1 "Did you know that a millionaire usually reads one new book a month?" I asked my friend Jake as we were sitting in my room after school. (Jake often stayed at my house after school until his mother got home from work.)
2 "I didn't know that."
3 "Yes. My parents are taking a financial class and learned some things about millionaires. Many of them read one non-fiction book a month."
4 "I wonder why?" Jake asked.
5 "I think it is because it helps them continue to improve their lives. It keeps their brains sharp." I answered.
6 "I don't even read one new book a year!" Jake exclaimed.
7 I laughed. I couldn't say much, because I don't read very often either. I read what I have to for school assignments, but I don't like to read on my own.
8 Jake and I turned to our video game and began to play. However, my mind wandered a little bit, and I was not playing my best.
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English Reading Comprehension: Books Worth a Million
French Reading Comprehension: Des livres qui valent un million
Spanish Reading Comprehension: Los libros valen un millón de dólares
Italian Reading Comprehension: Libri da un milione
German Reading Comprehension: Bücher, die Millionen wert sind
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