Exploring books with grandchildren Public Deposited

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  • Reading is a way to share human experiences. Intergenerational bonds can be built and strengthened by relating storing to personal experience. Reading also can help develop reading, writing, and speaking skills. Ideally, books match one’s interests, motivation, and reading ability. Here are some considerations when exploring and choosing books for and with your grandchildren.
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