"The ultimate reader's guide to choosing fun and funny stories to read with and to children, this resource offers a concentrated look at the content and appeal of different books, helping parents make informed decisions about what their children read. More than a recommended reading list, books in this guide help children's language development and encourage good reading habits, improved comprehension, and a broadened vocabulary. Those looking for suggestions outside this book will find a "Hall of Fame" listing of notable children's literature authors for any age level. Featuring a comprehensive selection of stories for preschoolers, emergent readers, and children ready for chapter books, this book is a go-to for parents, grandparents, teachers, and caregivers"-- Provided by publisher.
"Books that will have adults and kids laughing together"--Cover.
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