The Reader

My son has been wanting to participate more in front of the camera, as opposed to behind the scenes helping out. He’s at an age where I’m cautious about making him appear too young, or too goofy in a not-on-purpose way.  So the obvious option was something to do with books. He’s a serious reader. He inherited my problem of not being able to put down a book. There’s no ‘savoring’ of stories, there’s only, “OH MAN! What happens next?!” Then you realize a day has passed and you’ve finished the book.

The Reader

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