The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything
By Linda Williams
Tips for Reading to Your Child
Let your child fill in the predictable phrases.
Create a unique voice for each item the old lady comes across.
Engage your child by using fun movements for each item the old lady comes across.
Have your child use the pictures in the book to retell the story to you.
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