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Born Reading

Bringing up Bookworms in A Digital Age--from Picture Books to Ebooks and Everything in Between
Boog, Jason (Book - 2014)
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
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A program for parents and professionals on how to raise kids who love to read, featuring interviews with childhood development experts, advice from librarians, tips from authors and children's book publishers, and reading recommendations for kids from birth up to age five.
Authors: Boog, Jason
Title: Born reading
bringing up bookworms in a digital age--from picture books to ebooks and everything in between
Publisher: New York :, Simon & Schuster,, 2014
Edition: First Touchstone trade paperback edition
Characteristics: xxvii, 305 pages ;,22 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Jason Boog ; foreword by Betsy Bird
Notes: "A Touchstone book."
Summary: A program for parents and professionals on how to raise kids who love to read, featuring interviews with childhood development experts, advice from librarians, tips from authors and children's book publishers, and reading recommendations for kids from birth up to age five.
ISBN: 9781476749792
1476749795
Branch Call Number: 649.58 B7241b 2014
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (pages 287-290) and index
Subject Headings: Reading Parent participation Children Books and reading
Topical Term: Reading
Children
LCCN: 2014005567
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Sep 11, 2014
  • Pippin rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

This is a contemporary reference guide for parents and caregivers of babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Jason Boog has many practical suggestions for introducing written language, in different formats, to young children. The book is well organized and written in a conversational style. Boog cites many examples from his experiences with his daughter, Olive. The chapter "Kindergarten and Beyond" contains references to the American education system. Chapters "Before Your Baby Is Born" to "Learning With Four Year Olds" contain information universal to English speaking families.

Sep 11, 2014
  • amykduffy rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

Great tips for parents on interactive reading techniques from birth to age 5. Helpful suggestions on when it's okay to introduce tablets, apps, ebooks and other fancy technology to your kid. Not a lot of research has been done yet, but the general rule seems to be don't let them stare at shiny little boxes before they turn 2. But the author isn't anti-tablet either. Not preachy. Terrific reading lists and suggestions for educational apps when they're old enough to use them. The last chapter discusses new Common Core standards and how these interactive reading techniques can help kids once they start school.

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