Reading with Babies, Toddlers & Twos: Reading, May 20th

Reading with Babies, Toddlers and Twos
Lincoln Square Barnes & & Noble, 1972 Broadway
May 20th, 2:00 PM

Research shows that the number of different words a baby hears each day is the single most important predictor of later intelligence, school success and social competence.

Reading with Babies, Toddlers and Twos is a fun, interactive guide for parents on what to read, when to read and how to read to children ages zero to three—answering all of the questions of parents, expectant parents and grandparents who wander through the bookstore scanning the shelves:

— What do you buy after you’ve bought Goodnight Moon?
— Why should I read to a baby who doesn’t even know she has feet?
— How am I going to read to a baby who just found his feet—and won’t stop trying them out?
— How often should I read to my baby to make sure she’s ready for preschool?

Reading with Babies, Toddlers and Twos is the definitive answer to reading with baby—beginning when she’s still in the womb!

About the Author: Susan Straub is the founder of the Read To Me program, a workshop program that can be found in six states which encourages young families to read to their babies. Ms. Straub’s work with Read To Me has been celebrated on NY1 television and in Oprah’s O magazine. She lives in New York City, New York.

KJ Dell’Antonia is an attorney turned writer whose work has recently appeared in Mothering, Time Out New York Eating and Drinking Guide, and The Legal Times. She lives in Hanover, New Hampshire with her husband and three young children.


One thought on “Reading with Babies, Toddlers & Twos: Reading, May 20th

  1. I don’t know whether your readership has experience of publishing books, putting on musical productions or art shows, or putting out a CD, but the experience is totally thrilling. I used to think it was a metaphor for having a baby, but now I understand it is more visceral than abstract. The thing exists in the real world. I wonder if you or your readers wish to comment further.

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