Positive Parenting: Sharing stories matters

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When you sit down to read or tell a story with your child, who takes the lead? New research suggests a parent’s reading and storytelling style differs among cultures and plays a part in language development.

When Lucia Mazzoni picks the story, it’s often from her favorite box set.  Stories about Maya Angelou and other female leaders.

But no matter what the topic, it’s about sharing time together.

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