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Tag Archives: Reading
With an entirely new crop of babies arriving in our family this year, I have been focused again on the importance of starting early reading to children. Research has clearly shown that reading to and with children from birth and throughout childhood … Continue reading
You probably know Dolly Parton as a country singer and actress, but you may not be aware that she is a philanthropist and huge supporter of childhood literacy programs. In 1995, she launched Imagination Library, a literacy program that mails … Continue reading
Today is the annual World Read Aloud Day across the globe. As part of the ongoing campaign to encourage reading to children of all ages, the international nonprofit LitWorld has teamed-up with publisher Scholastic. Activities have been planned for classrooms and libraries to help … Continue reading
H/t to Inkwood Books in historic Haddonfield, N.J. .
I love each and every edition of “Reading Quirks” comics. You can catch-up on the series, with illustrations by Laura Pacheco and scripts from The Wild Detective bookstore guys right here.