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10 Tips to Engage Reluctant Readers

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Read in Public


Listening to a book is just as good as reading! Show your child that a lot of people, kids and adults alike, enjoy books by going to your library's story-hour or a book reading. Community plays are another good activity — attending one can help your child realize that literature doesn't just come in book form, but can be acted out as well. Additionally, if a kid-favorite author is coming to town for a book signing, take her to meet the author and treat her to a newly signed copy.

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