Here is another concise infographic from Read Aloud 15 Minutes – a non-profit organization that works to make reading aloud every day the new standard in child care.
It isn’t just baby’s body that is growing this first year – baby’s brain is developing even more rapidly!
Make sure to check out the earlier infographic that explains why we should read aloud to a child.
Click or tap the infographic to see it enlarged. You can download the high-resolution pdf file directly from Read Aloud 15 Minutes website.
More infographics about books and reading:
- 16 concepts for the evolving library (infographic)
- 50 literary classics and how long it takes to read them (infographic)
- 5 ways to use your library card (infographic)
- Floor plans of famous authors’ bedrooms
- An interactive guide to reading, writing, and publishing young adult literature
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