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Brown County Library program helps build literacy skills from birth

5:52 PM, Feb. 22, 2013
Point to a character in a book and ask your child how that character feels to help develop preliteracy skills.
Point to a character in a book and ask your child how that character feels to help develop preliteracy skills.
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From baby-proofing a home to changing diapers in the middle of the night at the height of sleep depravity to lugging around bags of stuff that weigh as much as the child, words often fail to accurately convey the work involved in raising children.

Fortunately preparing your child for literacy, sometimes called preliteracy, is one of the easier tasks a parent can undertake.

"You can do so much of this as part of your daily routine," says Sandy Kallunki, public services supervisor at the Brown County Central Library ...

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