Reading Chapter Books Aloud
In which Brianna discusses the benefits and logistics of reading books to your child that they cannot. Includes tips for optimal execution and affiliate links to featured books.
I recently reviewed a chapter book for kids; a first for this site, where we usually stick with picture books. I did this, because Ariel and I feel it’s important to start some conversations about a different kind of story time. You probably already know that reading aloud to children helps foster a love of reading and learning, enhances their vocabulary, and is the cheapest bonding activity available to a caregiver (except snuggling). In our home, we read at least a few times a day, and always before bedtime. But what happens when your child can read on their own? Do you put away the picture books, give them a reading lamp, and close the door on bedtime stories?
The Blackthorn Key
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The Blackthorn Key, by Kevin Sands
Ariel and Brianna are friends who met while working in a library. Now they collaborate to develop life-enhancing book club experiences.
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