Q&A: Raising Kids Who Want To Read : NPR Ed : NPR

by ParentCo. March 17, 2015

Author and professor of psychology at the University of Virginia, Daniel Willingham, on raising kids who want to read:

"For me it's a family value. It's something that I love, something that I find important. I think I gain experiences I wouldn't gain any other way by virtue of being a reader. And so naturally I want my children to experience that."

Q&A: Raising Kids Who Want To Read : NPR Ed : NPR.




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