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UW pediatrician promotes early reading emphasis

Navsaria to give two lectures Monday at Appleton library

11:09 PM, Feb. 8, 2013
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Sharing books with children at an early age is important for their long-term learning and well-being, says Dipesh Navsaria, one of the two lecturers chosen for the Appleton Education Foundation's 2013 Community Education Program.

Navsaria, a pediatrician and lecturer at the University of Wisconsin's School of Medicine and Public Health, will give two presentations Monday at the Appleton Public Library on the importance of helping children build positive relationships with reading.

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