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Teaching Your Kids to Enjoy Reading


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Learning to read is a skill. Loving to read is a way of life. Reading brings us closer together; it can take us to places far away. Reading is the key to achievement and imagination, to understanding and to aspiration. A book is a science laboratory, an art museum, a guided tour through history, a great friend. Books put the magic in the carpet ride.

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Build a Builder: Books to Encourage Design & Invention

How does it work? Why does it do that? How is it made? These books will encourage your child to explore how the technology and tools they use work.
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Essays by Jerry Griswold
Jerry Griswold is the Director of San Diego State University's National Center for the Study of Children's Literature and a monthly contributor to Parents' Choice.His most recent book is Feeling Like a Kid: Childhood and Children's Literature.

What Kids Who Don't Like to Read Like to Read
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Nationally and internationally recognized experts select, with groups of children, books which entice reluctant readers to reading - and keep them reading.

 

 

 

   
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