Many children will end their school year bringing home a list of suggestions to avoid “The Summer Slide,” the term used to describe the loss of knowledge learned during the previous school year.... Read More »
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As both a mom and a physician, Dr. Colette Sabbagh is an energetic champion of early literacy. A pediatrician for over 20 years, Dr. Sabbagh has participated in Raising Readers since the... Read More »
Experts agree, it’s never too early to start reading to your baby. Here are some tips to help you get started: It’s easy to feel like there isn’t time to read aloud with an infant at home! Start... Read More »
May is Get Caught Reading Month! At Raising Readers, we love any reason to celebrate good books. So, it’s no surprise that May is one of our favorite months because we celebrate not one but ... Read More »
Sometimes people in the literacy world throw terms around like everyone knows what they mean. Worse, sometimes people use the same words to mean different things! That leaves the rest of us... Read More »
Raising Readers featured on WCSH’s 207 We are over the moon to have been given the spotlight on WCSH 6’s 207 recently. Over the past 18 years, thanks to the Libra Foundation’s generous... Read More »
Dear Friend of Raising Readers: On behalf of Raising Readers, I’m excited to share with you the 2017 Raising Readers Annual Report. With help from 1,200 healthcare providers at 358 participating... Read More »
Have you visited your local library lately? They aren’t just books anymore! There are arts and crafts, play time, singing and other fun activities all designed to help young children start on the ... Read More »
The spring season in Maine brings an amazing line up of not-to-be-missed literacy conferences, and you’re invited to attend. Spots fill quickly, so register early! 2018 Literacy Connections ... Read More »
What is Early Brain Development? Those who spend time with children can’t help but marvel at their growth. From scrunched-up newborns to busy toddlers, the visible changes in the first three... Read More »
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