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Reading with Babies, Toddlers and Twos (N/A)

by Susan Straub, KJ Dell'Antonia

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Research shows that the number of different words a baby hears each day is the single most important predictor of later intelligence, school success and social competence. But what exactly should you read when?

--What do you buy after you've bought Goodnight Moon?
--Why should you read to a baby who can't even sit?
--How are you going to read to a baby who just found his feet--and won't stop trying them out?
--How often should you read to your baby to make sure she's ready for preschool?

Whether you're a new parent or grandparent, sibling or friend, aunt or uncle, Reading with Babies, Toddlers and Twos is the definitive guide to choosing, reading and loving books together.
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Presents guidance on how, why, and what to read to one's baby, from newborn to age two, providing annotated book lists.

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