La importancia de leer a los niños a temprana edad

Existe una gran diferencia de aprendizaje. La riqueza de un gran vocabulario es muy importante. Los beneficios cognitivos de la lectura están bien establecidos en la comunidad académica. No hace falta insistir en que leer es bueno para nuestros procesos cognitivos, así como para mantener una mejor salud mental. De hecho, incrementa la creatividad y

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A Reader’s Guide to Planes, Trains, & Automobiles

Even if some novels feel like supersonic flights and others like leisurely tours, there’s no doubt in my mind that the means of transport closest to the experience of written narrative is the train. On the plane, you are merely trapped in your seat and too distant from the land to have much experience of

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Got Questions? Help Us Embeefen Our FAQ!

One of the things I’m working on behind the scenes here at SBTB HQ is the development of our FAQ section, in part to help folks find what they’re looking for, and to help people get in touch with us more easily. Today, I want to ask you to ask questions! Got queries? Anything you’d

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Desire Lines by Elizabeth Kingston

A Desire Lines by Elizabeth Kingston March 21, 2019 RomanceHistorical: European This review is by Claudia.  At sixteen, I found my older cousin’s stash of Barbara Cartlands and assorted Harlequin-type romance housed in an old sewing cabinet and life was never the same! I love history, so I mostly read historical romance. Favorite authors include

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In a Badger Way by Shelly Laurenston

B In a Badger Way by Shelly Laurenston March 26, 2019 · Kensington RomanceHistorical: European This is a really tough review to grade, because on one hand, I enjoyed the absolute heck out of this book. I highlighted so much I left horizontal marks on my reader screen. I laughed aloud so many times, twice

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