The Important Relationship Between Reading And Child Development

Original post by Sally Collins | The Children’s Book Review | June 19, 2017

The Important Relationship Between Reading and Child Development


In this article at The Children’s Book Review, guest contributor Sally Collins outlines a number of reasons why reading is fundamental and how it influences child development in early readers, including how it affects academics, speech, emotions, language, concentration and discipline, and logical thinking.

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This article, The Important Relationship Between Reading and Child Development, was written by Sally Collins. Sally Collins is a professional freelance writer with many years experience across many different areas.

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