The Benefits of Reading to Your Children

Elihu's Corner

Young girl looking at book Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

Elihu’s Note: I submitted this article to The Courage yesterday morning, and when I came out of my room to make breakfast, my oldest girl was sitting on the couch… engrossed in a good book!

My first child put me through some intense on-the-job parent training. On the day she was born, I didn’t even know how to change a diaper (I learned quickly). Four months later—after developing skills in diapering, feeding, and sleep-training—I read a brief snippet that parents should read to their babies. Of course, the book didn’t provide any “how-to” advice. Unsure how this would play out, I nestled my baby in my lap with a shiny, durable, board book and started pointing at pictures. I tried reading as much text as I could spit out before she flipped to the next page, and she would laugh at my speedy attempt to…

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Published by Vincent S Artale Jr

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