Reach Out and Read: evidence based approach to promoting early child development

@article{Zuckerman2010ReachOA,
  title={Reach Out and Read: evidence based approach to promoting early child development},
  author={B. Zuckerman and A. Khandekar},
  journal={Current Opinion in Pediatrics},
  year={2010},
  volume={22},
  pages={539–544}
}
Purpose of review This article describes the evidence about why reading aloud to children is important to help them develop the language and early reading skills necessary for school readiness. Recent findings This information supports the value of Reach Out and Read; physicians advising parents to read aloud. Conclusion Reach Out and Read should be implemented in health care sites serving low-income children. 
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