Don’t put your child’s current favorite books on the bookshelf!
Sometimes, finger-pointing is a good thing. Point while you read.
Asking questions about books builds early comprehension skills.
Read aloud with your middle schooler!
Find out the reading and writing skills your child needs in 2nd grade.
Use “Inkheart” to talk with your child about secrets.
Get a glimpse of the mental pictures that your child creates.
Give your child a glimpse into the world of a musician or artist.
Rhythm and listening: why it’s smart to read poetry to your baby.
Welcome autumn with your 3- to 5-year-old by reading these stories.