How to Raise a Reader: Author Conversation and Book Signing
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In a world where so much is competing for a child’s attention, how do you raise a reader? Join us for an intimate conversation with leading book authorities Pamela Paul, who oversees all book coverage at the New York Times, and Maria Russo, editor of children’s books at the Times, answer all your urgent questions about how to raise your little reader. Written by two women who not only live and work in the world of books but are mothers of three children each (all of them very different kinds of readers), How To Raise A Reader provides insider know-how to parents searching for the tools to instill a lifelong love of reading in their children, setting them up for success in the larger world. School is where children learn how to read. Home is where they can learn to love reading.
Venue: The Players Theatre
115 Macdougal Street
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