Saturday, February 14, 2009

Memory Tip #1

Further to my earlier post on the High Prairie, Alberta Reading Challenge, I would now like to offer some tips which will help young readers memorize all 34,610 words of the novel Klutzhood.  In addition to memorizing all 34,610 words, be sure you don’t overlook the spaces.  

Memory Tip #1

Measure the wall and ceiling space of your bedroom.  Buy one copy of Klutzhood for every 17,328 square centimetres of ceiling and wall space.  Remove the binding of the book and wallpaper and ceilingpaper your room with pages from the novel.  To plaster your room with the full novel, you’ll need at least two copies to get both sides of each page.  Over the next few days, you will be surrounded by the pages of Klutzhood.  Surrounding yourself with words is a great start in your quest for memorizing the novel.

Look for Tip #2 (and I can assure you, it's even better than Tip #1!) in the next few days.

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