Remember that favorite book from your childhood, the one that made you fall in love with reading? One organization in New York wants your experiences with books to predate even that.
By Larisa Epatko
Diversity in children's and young adult literature is important, book publishers and librarians say.
By Corinne Segal
A popular cereal, a brand-name soda or frozen food in the freezer -- these are examples of "environmental print" and they are often some of the first words children learn.
By April Brown
Parents have worried about whether it is confusing to introduce nonsense words while their children are actively learning dictionary words.
By Joshua Barajas
By Nora Daly
PBS NewsHour recently held a Facebook chat on the benefits of reading aloud with Pam Allyn, founding director of LitWorld, Dr. Perri Klass, national medical director of the nonprofit Reach Out and Read, and Maggie McGuire, vice president of Scholastic’s…
By Nora Daly
What are the benefits of reading aloud? What is the impact on children’s educational outcomes beyond literacy? Join us for a Facebook chat on World Read Aloud Day, Wednesday, March 4.
By Meghan Walsh, OZY
Researchers at Stanford University think they may have found a way to bridge the so-called "word gap."…
Reading aloud gives young children a head start. Experts weighed-in on how pediatricians, policy makers, and child advocates can help.
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