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10 Tips to Engage Reluctant Readers

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Three kids sharing one book

Encourage Book Sharing


Host a book swap at your house and ask all of your child's friends to bring a book to share. It's a great way to expose kids to new material and will get everyone talking about what they like to read, and why. Your child's friends likely have a lot of the same interests as she does, so they'll probably have books she'll want to read, too.

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