Liberty is not much of a reader at all, but she believes that people learn how to read first by learning their letters. Once they know their letters and the sounds each letter makes you can then start to sound out different words. From then on, you'll get better and better every time. Liberty understands that some people may read, because it may give them comfort and a safe place to relax. Others may just read, because books are like movies. They draw you in and leave you curious about the next steps in the contents. To Liberty, becoming a good reader doesn't take much work. She says yo need to really pay attention to the details in the book, and ask yourself how you would feel to be in the character's shoes. She reads best when her whole class is reading the same book so they can all give each other advice and what they think of the book. The hardest part of reading for Liberty is actually finishing a book, she has never fully finished a book not including fairy-tales/fables. To choosing books, she tries to pertain to books that relate to her life in some type of way, so that she has interest in reading it. Liberty doesn't read much at home, she doesn't enjoy it as much as some of her friends. If there are certain class assignments, she will always try her best. However, writing is a different story. Liberty is entertained by writing, she learned to write from her knowledge of different words. She believes that most people write, because it is their strong passion. They might feel it comfortable to write about their lives instead of portraying it out loud. In order to become a good writer to Liberty, you must have a significant passion towards writing, to know and understand the details of a writer, and the different types of writing styles and techniques.