Read to them every day, read to them at bedtime, and--most importantly--let them see you enjoying reading.
by Billie Kelpin3 years ago
Are you a writer who reads or a writer who doesn't read?Almost every article on how to become a good writer emphasizes the necessity to read, read, read. I am not a reader per se; I can't sit down with a novel and...
by Crazdwriter8 years ago
I myself am reading more than one book lol. I know I hsouldj sut stick to one book but hey like my thinking and writing I jump around a lot.I am currently reading four books and one magazine.The magazine is Alfred...
by Linda Crampton6 years ago
How can we encourage children to read for pleasure?
by jaydawg8085 years ago
Do you continue to read a book even if you don't like it?Or do you just abandon it and start a new book?
by Victoria Lynn4 years ago
What are the best tools for helping kids learn to read?Hooked on Phonics? Dr. Seuss books? Reading groups? Online websites? What are some helpful tips you can share?
by SJ Rose20 months ago
Do you prefer reading from an actual book, or from an e-reader like Kindle or Kobo?
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