Reading to Kids: Pointers from Mem Fox


In her capacity as an international reading advocate, beloved Australian children's author Mem Fox shares a few thoughts on how children develop a love of reading.

As the second most literate country (next to Finland), Australia can boast about the number of children reading for pleasure (68%) and the significant number of boys that enjoy reading. Fox discounts the new government regulations that will allow extra reading credits for children that don't pass required tests in primary school as a cart-before-the-horse remedy; instead, she insists that reading aloud from birth to age three is what is most critical in developing a love of books.

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