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Taking Books to Heart : How to Develop a Love of Reading in Your Child -… (edition 1986)

by Paul Copperman (Author)

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Title:Taking Books to Heart : How to Develop a Love of Reading in Your Child - For Parents of Children 2 to 9
Authors:Paul Copperman (Author)
Info:Pearson Education Canada (1986), 288 pages
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Taking Books to Heart: How to Develop a Love of Reading in Your Child by Paul Copperman

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This is a very interesting book. It stresses the importance of children enjoying reading, and has many helpful suggestions on how to get them to. This book is very pratical, and could be very useful. ( )
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