Mom dad and me book

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mom dad and me book

Mom, Dad, and Me by Christy Webster

Thank you! In exploring the immediate environment, the child notices that reading is more than stories in books. It provides access to music, time, tasty cooked food, or even signs of changing weather. Reading can also enable people to decode other forms of print, like a fever thermometer or even tarot cards. The child marvels at how stories can elicit emotional reactions. Reading can make you smile. Though philosophically astute, not the most successful ode to literacy on the shelves.
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Published 30.12.2018

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Following her university degree in literature, Danielle worked in many fields related to writing: journalism, teaching, scriptwriting, publishing, and work in the cultural sector. She currently lives in Montreal, Quebec. When she was a little girl, she loved to draw cats and houses. She also cut out everything made of paper that she could find around her. This is where she fell in love with illustration. She still loves drawing cats and cutting out everything she can find made of paper.

It comes with an e-book. With an attractive cover page, the book is published for the parents to record all the firsts of their cute little babies — their first words, the first laugh, the first time the baby hurt itself and the first time it stood up and took a few steps, only to stumble and laugh hysterically. This book would one day become a treasure chest that the entire family would cherish.
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When fathers are involved in kids' lives — their day-to-day activities and routines — it's long been proven that kids are more social, perform better in school, and have fewer behavioral problems. But researchers found another surprising upside to having a hands-on dad: Kids benefit more when fathers read bedtime stories than when their mothers do it. In a study of low-income fathers in the U. Even more surprising? Mothers' reading did not have this significant impact on development. It's not that kids prefer their stories in a lower voice. The difference between Mom and Dad's reading was simple: Fathers used more abstract and complex language, lead researcher Elisabeth Duursma wrote in The Sydney Morning Herald.

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