An Indispensable Guide To Welcoming Children From Babies To Teens To A Lifelong Love Of Reading, Written By Pamela Paul And Maria Russo, Editors Of The New York Times Book Review Do You Remember Your First Visit To Where The Wild Things Are How About Curling Up For Hours On End To Discover The Secret Of The Sorcerer S Stone Combining Clear, Practical Advice With Inspiration, Wisdom, Tips, And Curated Reading Lists, How To Raise A Reader Shows You How To Instill The Joy And Time Stopping Pleasure Of Reading Divided Into Four Sections, From Baby Through Teen, And Each Illustrated By A Different Artist, This Book Offers Something Useful On Every Page, Whether It S How To Develop Rituals Around Reading Or Build A Family Library, Or Ways To Engage A Reluctant Reader A Fifth Section, More Books To Love By Theme And Reading Level, Is Chockful Of Expert Recommendations Throughout, The Authors Debunk Common Myths, Assuage Parental Fears, And Deliver Invaluable Lessons In A Positive And Easy To Act On Way
Pamela Paul is the editor of The New York Times Book Review and oversees books coverage at The Times She also hosts the weekly Book Review podcast She is the author of five books,My Life with Bob Flawed Heroine Keeps Book of Books, Plot Ensues, By the Book, Parenting, Inc., Pornified, and The Starter Marriage and the Future of Matrimony. Prior to joining the Times, Paul was a contributor to Time magazine and The Economist, and her work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and Vogue. Her next book, How to Raise a Reader, co authored with Maria Russo, comes out in September She and her family live in New York.
- 216 pages
- How to Raise a Reader
- Pamela Paul
- 14 November 2018 Pamela Paul