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    For the first time, on June 23, 2014, the American Academy of Pediatrics issued a policy statement that promotes reading aloud to children daily, beginning in infancy. The policy statement recommends that pediatric providers promote early literacy development by: (1)
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  • The 1000 Books Foundation is proud to announce the release of the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten iPhone App . My son loves playing with an iPhone and iPad. The 1000 Books Before Kindergarten iPhone App allows him to "scan" books into
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  • 9819579_s Please keep in mind that it is never too early to start reading to your children! If your child learns early to associate reading with pleasure, she is more likely to enjoy reading on her own when she is older.
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    By Susan Lupone Stonis and Jacqueline Boyle Perhaps you’ve heard about some of the exciting results from recent studies that show the powerful effects of reading to babies in utero. Groundbreaking evidence proves that babies absorb elements of language while
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    By Jessica Rumschlag
    Part of what makes a great story is the ability to tell it and how enthusiastically it is delivered. The first time I read the book Skippyjon Jones aloud I fell in love with it! The basic
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  • 23265362_s The true reward of reading 1000 books before kindergarten is immeasurable. At the same time, we realize that your precious little ones may not yet appreciate the great efforts and time you are spending to enable them for the future.
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  • 11825758_s We are often asked whether you can count a book read to multiple siblings at the same time toward the 1000 book count. The answer is absolutely . In fact, studies have shown that reading as a family provides a great
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  • Where is My Belly Button Soft, cloth books are ideal and suitable from birth. Where is My Belly Button? (available from JellyCat) features peek-a-boo flaps and questions to answer. The book is full of bright colors and is very interactive. The book takes your child
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  • 10221235_s I think the answer depends. Some infants are just too busy to settle down to read. Regardless of your child’s gender, studies have shown that the rewards of early reading to your child are immeasurable. The key is perseverance. Hopefully
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