By Arwen Hann
Books are an integral part of a child’s education but getting them to sit down and read can be a difficult task particularly in the modern world where televisions and computers have an increasing influence.
Often books are chosen by adults, particularly for younger children and babies, but a new study by American researcher Professor Kathy Danko-McGhee from the
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