August 24, 2007, Newsletter Issue #79: Books for Baby

Tip of the Week

Scientific research proves that babies and children who are read to develop a love for literature and excel in other subjects as well. Reading baby books benefit your baby in many ways: Providing your baby the chance to perform what she loves most—imitate and observe. Creating a wonderful bonding time for you and your baby—babies love to curl up in mom or dad's lap, experiencing the warmth of your voice and body; thus connecting love and security to reading enjoyment. Increases vocabulary and develops speech patterns very early in life. Giving you a momentary escape from pressures in your life; allowing you to join with your baby absorbed in someone else's story and life.

* Make reading fun by using different voices or inflections, being animated, and smiling as you read.

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