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by Amy Mascott
Signs are everywhere. Your kids should know how to read the ones in your neighborhood.
by Amy Mascott
Every teacher must keep a few important things in mind when communicating with parents. Do you know what they are?
by Amy Mascott
Every parent must keep a few important things in mind when communicating with a child's teacher. Do you know what they are?
by Amy Mascott
Start the school year off by being more organized, ready, and happier than ever!
by Amy Mascott
Instead of leaning on the librarians, show your kids how to use the library computers to search for great books hiding in the shelves.
by Amy Mascott
The school bell is going to ring soon and your child hasn't finished his summer reading. What should you do?
by Amy Mascott
Audio books offer readers a wealth of support in developing oral and independent reading skills.
by Amy Mascott
Reading about snow, ice, freezing rain, and bone-chilling temperatures will keep kids of all ages cool on hot summer days.
by Amy Mascott
P.I.C.K. will help your child learn how to determine whether a book is the best for his abilities or whether it's not a good fit.
by Amy Mascott
Everyone needs a quiet game once in a while. These three will keep your kids coming back for more.

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