Connecting Fathers, Children, and Reading: A How-to-do-it Manual for Librarians
This guide focuses on the significant effect fathers can, and do, have on the language and literacy development of young, and how libraries can abet this connection. The book contains practical advice on book selection and library programming, and provides support for fathers and their children.
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Understanding the Link Between Fathers and Learning
Recognizing Diversity in Fatherhood Today
Selecting Books That Reflect Good Fathering
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