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For the first time, we are telling the state-by-state story of America's babies. This resource provides research-based tips on how to share books with babies and toddlers to maximize the joy and learning of book-reading and to nurture a lifelong love of books. The first—and best—tip for Three is more enjoyment books with young children is to have fun together!

If children are engaged and enjoying themselves, they are learning.

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When children have positive interactions with books, they are developing good feelings about reading, which will motivate them to continue seeking out books and other literacy materials as they grow. Young children can only sit for a few minutes for a story, but as they grow, they will be able to sit longer.

Let your child decide how much or how little time you spend reading. You may find that your child has a favorite page or even a favorite picture.

She may want to linger there for a while, and then switch books or activities. Babies may just want to mouth the book! When you let your child explore books in the ways that interest her, the reading experience will be more meaningful.

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You do not have to read the words to tell a story. When your child is old enough, ask him to read the pictures to you! Babies cannot yet turn pages on their own, but an month-old will want to give it a try, and a 3-year-old can certainly do it alone.

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Explain what the story is about. If you have an older toddler, ask them to guess what the story might be about. Use the story to have a back-and-forth conversation with your child.

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Talk about familiar activities and objects you see in the illustrations or read about in the story. Children as young as 3 years old can memorize a story, and many children love to be creative through storytelling. Make photo books of family members. Cut pictures out of magazines or catalogs to make word books.

Make a color book by having fun with crayons, markers, and paints. As your child gets older, have him or her dictate a story to you and then draw pictures to go with the words.

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At Meal Times Sing or read a story during a moment of quiet nursing or to gather the kids around the noisy breakfast table. In the Car or on the Bus Keep a few books in the car or in your diaper bag to keep your little ones quiet and busy.

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Leave a photo book with pictures of loved family members at child care so your child can flip through it when she is missing you. Before the visit, read books about going to the doctor so your child knows what to expect.

At Nap Time Familiar routines always help babies calm down. Use books and stories to quietly ease your baby to sleep.

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Lie down on the floor surrounded by books. Play a book on tape for your baby. Sing a song together while you all try to relax a bit.

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At Bath Time Plastic bath time books are great fun and may help a fussy baby enjoy the tub a little more. At Bed Time Soothing books and stories can work magic with babies who fight sleep!

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