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10 Tips to Engage Reluctant Readers

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Young girl laying on sofa reading book

Designate a "Reading Nook"


Set up a special place in a quiet area for your child as "her" reading space. Make it cozy with pillows and blankets, and stock it with books on subjects and activities that interest her. Having her own space to go and read will make it seem special and will likely encourage her to do more of it.

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