As humans, we learned to use written language more and more precisely to convey their thoughts. Every child who learns to read someone else’s thoughts and write his or her own repeats a cyclical, germinating relationship between written language and new thought, never before imagined.
— (Wolf, 2008, p 65 - 66)
The end of reading development doesn’t exist; the unending story of reading moves ever forward, leaving the eye, the tongue, the word, the author for a new place from which the ‘truth breaks forth, fresh and green,’ changing the brain and the reader every time.
— (Wolf, 2008, p 162)