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The science of reading

The science of reading

From Katelyn Schubert, the children and teen services librarian at the Petawawa Public Library

“Using EEGs and MRIs can show researchers things like where specifically on the page a baby looks and how their brain waves change with the development of the story. As much as this sounds fascinating, don’t feel pressured when you go into a library or bookstore looking for something that will please your child. The point should be to make books a part of your every-day routine and hopefully, this tradition will stick with the child for many years to come. After all, it has worked in the past!”.


Posted on: February 2, 2018, 6:15 am Category: Uncategorized

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