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    • Jessica Gifford Bush

      Help Your Kids Connect to the Books They Read: Try these simple ways to get your kids more invested in books reading.

    • Tabitha Jones

      #raiseareader #penguinkids

    • Jessie Davidson

      Finding books that interest your students could be the key to getting them back on track with reading.

    • Michelle

      This article offers advice for parents on how to get their children connected to the books they read at home. This links to my philosophy that children learning literacy skills is a continuous process and influenced by their environment such as family.

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