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Read-Aloud Basics - Eight Baby Read-Aloud Basics
What You Need to Know to Get Started:
Please see Chapter 2 in our book for more information on the Eight Baby Read-Aloud Basics.
 
1. Newborns Need a Quiet Reading Environment
 
2. Newborns Are Comforted by the Sound of Your Voice
 
3. Hold and Cuddle Your Baby When You Read
 
4. When Choosing a Book, Allow Your Baby to Be Your Guide
 
5. Start Reading at Any Page
 
6. You don't Have to Read All of the Words in the Book
 
7. Repeated Readings are Good for Baby's Language Development
 
8. Use "parentese" When Reading and Talking to Your Baby
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