Usually it takes motivated parents to get a kid to read.
For example, Monica has four boys and she started reading to them when they were babies. (more…)
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Here is a great list of books for children from 7 to older teens and the best part is most of them are at your local Library; and if they are not you can ask them to get them for you. They are good clean fun. (more…)
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