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99 Ways to Get Kids to Love Reading: And 100 Books They'll Love [Paperback] [1997] (Author) Mary Leonhardt

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  • Broadway Books (1997)
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  • By Eliza on April 18, 2017

    Good suggestions, but especially good reminders that children of all ages NEED time set aside for reading! A parent's must read.

  • By Jillian's Mommy on May 19, 2016

    Just ok, nothing that stood out. Mainly common sense information. I borrowed e book from the library... Do not recommend purchasing.

  • By A customer on February 5, 1999

    I'm a tiny disappointed, tho. It's mostly the same info as Parents Who Love Reading (great!) in a faster format. I bought 99 to get an update. For example, where can you still get comic books? I can't find any. What has replaced them? I loved Richie Rich, et.al., too but the format has disappeared except as collectables. Help! My kid needs something comparable for EASY, FUN, AVID, ADDICTIVE recreational reading!

  • By Otto on December 8, 2005

    I didn't actually count, but most of the ways listed were just common sense. There were some ideas that I hadn't thought about, I must admit, but the majority of the book was just stuff anyone with half a brain should know.


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