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Lily often daydreams that Rosaleen becomes her mother and that they run away together. Her father rarely talks about her real mother, Deborah. She digs up this box when she is feeling lonely or sad. Lily spends that day selling peaches out by the highway. Ray forbids her from reading while on the job.
She likes reading and hopes to go to college, on scholarship, someday. In the peach stand, years ago, T. Back in the present, Lily returns home to find Rosaleen watching TV. A man announces the signing of the Civil Rights Act, which makes Rosaleen happy. Afterward, Lily tries to talk to T.
Ray about her upcoming birthday, but he ignores her. That night, she heads out to dig up the tin box and falls asleep in the orchard.
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For punishment, he forces her to kneel on dried grits until her knees bleed. Afterward, Lily decides to free the bees from the jar in her room, but even when she lifts the lid, the bees do not escape. The next morning, Lily accompanies Rosaleen into town, where Rosaleen intends to register to vote. On the way, they run into three white men. The men taunt Rosaleen, who angrily spills chewing-tobacco juice on their shoes. Any book. You can read anything to a newborn: a cookbook, a dystopian novel, a parenting manual. What does matter is the sound of your voice, the cadence of the text and the words themselves.
Research has shown that the number of words an infant is exposed to has a direct impact on language development and literacy.
Just be sure to enjoy yourself. Use your senses. Mind your audience.
It may seem like babies are not listening, but they are absorbing the experience. And the patterns, routines and attentive habits that are set now will last a lifetime. Get your baby talking. Babies may start making sounds in response to your reading. Try it: If your child make a noise, respond.
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When you read with toddlers, they take it all in: vocabulary and language structure, numbers and math concepts, colors, shapes, animals, opposites, manners and all kinds of useful information about how the world works. You are helping build a positive association with books that will last a lifetime. Reading happens throughout the day. Nightly bedtime reading is a familiar routine for parents of toddlers — what better way to get your little ball of energy to relax before bed?
Make sure the atmosphere is soothing and not rushed, and choose some of the many books that end, strategically, with a peaceful going-to-bed scene though friskier books about sleep-avoiding children are fun, too.