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  • Stay Young

    7 things you should be doing when you read to your baby

  • Priscilla Gentry

    7 things parents should be doing as you're reading to your child

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    7 things to do while reading aloud

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    7 things you should be doing as you're reading to your child- great list to share with parents!

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    Seven Things To Do You're Reading to Children

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