Read to me: raising kids who love to read
Scholastic, 1992 - 152 pages
Presents a longtime educator's passionate argument for "junk" reading, getting kids to read without worrying about what they're reading and clear helpful advice on how to raise a reader.
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How can you find the time to expand a child's imagination? How can you teach a child to love books? How can you help your child do better in school when you are busy yourself? Highly acclaimed reading specialist Bernice E. Cullinan, professor of Early Childhood and Elementary Education, answers all of these questions and much more in this revised edition of Read to Me: Raising Kids Who Love to Read. This accessible and informative guidebook to reading aloud includes sensible advice and important tips on: when to start reading to your child. how to use television and computers wisely. how to make a reader out of your child. how to make a writer out of your child. Plus a completely updated list of surefire hit read-aloud books for preschoolers to preteens. By reading aloud, you can give your child a head start in life. Use this book today to help you give him or her the lifelong treasure of reading.
Review: Read To Me 2000: Raising Kids Who Love To ReadAvis d'utilisateur - Goodreads
I think I read these books to make sure there's not something I'm missing out on, but in reality, these books should have "For Dummies" after the title. Clearly, anyone who is willing to read an ...
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