Reading Tips for All

Reading tips to help families and children.


It is one of our most discussed topics in our mails and messages from families.

And our response is always the same to people.

When you comes to reading, there’s no right or wrong way.

It’s never too early or too late.

There’s no one type / genre that’s better than another.

You don’t need to have a whole library of your own at home.

There’s no need to be buying and keeping up with all the new releases. Classics are that for a reason. (@littlemissteacherblog ) *Be sure to check out www.littlemissteacherblog.com for lots more reading tips and ideas!

It’s ok to not love reading children’s books yourself!!

Reading is about fostering an interest, which in turn may, or may not, develop into a love affair.

Reading is about finding one’s own comfort and style.

Reading is for everyone, in their own way, and in their own time.

Today is #TheKidsBookEdit and the theme FAMILY was chosen by our wonderful cohost Liz @today_we_read

Finding books on a certain theme can help for someone starting out on their reading journey and wanting to go with a particular interest. Or it is equally great for families looking to extend their selection. Or maybe you have a reluctant reader and they may have a specific interest that a book might connect with.

Feel free to join in and share your FAMILY themed books .. for younger or older readers .. eager or reluctant readers .. new releases or classics.

There’s room and space for everyone in the reading world.

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