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Hazel Edwards tells us how 8 year old Henry inspired her latest incarnation of the Hippo series and we try and work out how to get ourselves adopted.... 

 

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You can imagine my surprise when Master 6 was invited to participate in the Reading Recover program. How is this possible when he has been read to a gazillion times?????

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What to be reading aloud to your kids in the lead up to Christmas or better yet what they can be reading and enjoying themselves!

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Our wrap up of the best picture books we've had the pleasure of reading in 2016. Did your fave make the list?
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As we start on our learning to read adventures with Master 5, here are the books we are using as confidence builders.
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On Indigenous Literacy Day we discover what ILF stands for, what they are doing and how you can help.
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An outrageous mother's confession, I am not teaching my boy to read
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Looking for something you can easily do with your grandkids? We have the answer and it's both old fashioned and important!
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A guest blog today by the fabulous Jaquelyn Muller, author of I Love You 5 Lollipops. She shares her ideas to get kids reading here:
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Reading aloud promotes language development and literacy. Experts agree you should be doing it from birth. Here's how to make it fun for both of you...
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Tired at the end of a long day and thinking of skipping story time? Here is why you shouldn't.
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Kids seem to come with masses of stuff. Toys, cots, prams, high chairs, sippy cups and and the list goes on. Parents seem to be constantly culling items that are grown out of. Here's why I am hanging onto the baby books.....
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