Teach. Play. Love. Parenting Advice for the Early Years Episode 16: Ready, Set, Read REPLAY

Let us help you choose the next book for story time with your child.

Do you find yourself picking up the same story over and over again? Are you wondering how to choose your child’s next book? Join Rachel Robertson, education and development vice president, and Ruth Fidino, education and development senior advisor, for this previously aired episode about children’s literature. They discuss what it means for a children’s book to be high quality, the many benefits of reading, the low-down on tablets and audiobooks, and what matters most — helping your child learn to love reading.

 

And after you take a listen, check out our current issue of Growing Readers to help your child uncover the world through books. Share the joy of reading and get recommendations for high-quality children’s books for all ages that your family will love.

 

You can also listen to this podcast episode on SpotifyAppleGoogleStitcher, and Libsyn.

About the Speakers

A photo of Rachel Robertson, Vice President of Education and Development at Bright Horizons.

Rachel is Vice President of Education and Development at Bright Horizons. She leads the education, curriculum, and field learning & development teams, and hosts the parenting podcast, Teach, Play, Love: Parenting Advice for the Early Years.

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