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The ABC’s of Reading to Your Child

By Lisa Stark — March 15, 2019 2:51

We caught up with librarians and literacy experts who are experimenting with storytime in unusual places- in this case the laundromat. They’re working to really engage children with books. We asked them for tips on how parents can do the same. Is there a right or wrong way to read to your child? Should you spend 20 minutes a day with a book in hand and your child by your side? What’s the best way to best way to improve a child’s vocabulary, language skills and reading comprehension? Here is their advice on how adults and children can enjoy reading together.

Lisa Stark
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