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Daily Lit Bit - 2/20/19

FPL_DailyLitBitIt is important that early in their lives as readers, children learn the power of choice. Only through choice can they develop tastes and preferences, learn that they like some writers better than others, and experience finding a great book that they can recommend to their friends.

 

Topics: Independent Reading, Daily Lit Bit

Wed, Feb 20, '19

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