Raising A Reader

Raising A Reader

Make your Child A Reader for Life

Unknown - 1996 | 1st Main Street books ed
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An important addition to the library of any parent who wants to give a child the gift of learning--and loving--to read.  Now updated with important advice about utilizing the Internet You will learn: - how and why you are integral to your child's reading progress - how to read aloud with your child from birth through the teenage years - how to use games and storytelling to make reading fun - how to work with your child's teachers--sand what to do if the school        won't cooperate - how to overcome reading slumps and book boredom - how to nurture your gifted reader - how to avoid gimmicks that will sidetrack you and your child - how to find the best--and the safest--places on the Web for reading support and ideas How to Make Your Child a Reader for Life includes lists of over three hundred "must-have" books you and your child can enjoy.  Broken down into different categories--easy books for reluctant readers, surefire books for bored readers, scary books, classic books, fantasy books, even books for adolescent readers who won't read anything!--How to Make Your Child a Reader for Life makes it easy for you to find the titles that will spark your child's imagination and make your child a reader for life.
Publisher: New York : Doubleday, c1996
Edition: 1st Main Street books ed
ISBN: 9780385479134
Branch Call Number: 649.58 KRO 1996
Characteristics: xvi, 206 p. ; 24 cm


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