Table of contents for Baby read-aloud basics : fun and interactive ways to help your little one discover the world of words / Caroline Blakemore and Barbara Weston Ramirez.

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CONTENTS
Introduction
PART 1	 Why Baby Read-Alouds Benefit Your Baby?s Language Development
Chapter 1	Ten Benefits of Reading Aloud to Your Baby from Day One
Chapter 2	 Eight Baby Read-Aloud Basics
PART 2	How to Read the Baby Read-Aloud Way
Chapter 3	Introducing the Six Stages of Baby Read-Alouds
 Stage 1: The Listener (Birth to Two Months
Chapter 4	 Stage 2: The Observer (Two to Four Months)
Chapter 5	 Stage 3: The Cooer (Four to Eight Months)
Chapter 6	 Stage 4: The Babbler (Eight to Twelve Months)
Chapter 7	 Stage 5: The Word Maker (Twelve to Eighteen Months)
Chapter 8	 Stage 6: The Phrase Maker (Eighteen to Twenty-four Months)
PART 3 Practical Tips and Resources
Chapter 9	Questions and Answers 
Chapter 10	Fun Activities and Tips to Manage TV and Make a Language Rich Home 
Chapter 11	Interviews with Parents of Successful Readers
Chapter 12	Baby Books 101
Additional Resources
Subject Index
Book Title Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Reading (Early childhood).
Reading (Early childhood) -- Parent participation.