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Tips and Tricks
10 Tips For Parents
Let your kids see YOU reading.
2. Make sure there’s something to read.
3. Share your reading.
4. Read a book written for teens.
5. Give teens a chance to choose.
6. Recognize your teen’s mature interests.
7. Build on hobbies and interests.
8. Let boys read like boys.
9. Lighten up.
10. Keep trying.
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