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Amanda’s first child, Emily, was a late bloomer. She took time to utter her first word. But Amanda was persistent in her efforts to get her daughter familiar with the alphabets and words. This helped Emily develop the habit of reading as she grew older. Today, when Amanda notices her teenage daughter immersed in a good book, it fills her heart with pride. Read More: Some Amazing Ideas for a Graduation Gift In fact, several research also suggest early exposure to reading helps children become better readers later in life. Teaching a child how to read is a long process…