My neighbors Jacqueline Klosek and Thomas Lozinski read every evening to their children, as most parents do today.
Four-year-old Kayla is into it now and can sometimes finish the sentence her mother is reading, I am told. Little Luca is too distracted at the tender age of 1 to pay attention for very long, but the art of reading to children is so important. It helps them develop imagination and an appreciation for the spoken word. In fact, hearing words aids learning them and all that makes better writers.
We are too caught up in electronic devices, which can …read more
Source: NJ.com Hudson