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From VOA Learning English, this is the Health & Lifestyle report.
For some people, the warmest memories from childhood come from being read a great story.
But reading to children does more than create warm memories.
It develops children's language skills and increases their ability to succeed in school and, later, work.
A new report by the American Academy of Pediatrics says reading aloud is so important that parents should start as soon as their children are born.
And they should continue to read aloud even after their children can read by themselves.
Doctors say parents should read books that are not too long and on the right age level so children will not lose interest.
They say parents should also point to and talk about pictures in books for infants. For young children, parents should ask questions about the book.
The AAP report also suggests that doctors offer books in the waiting rooms of their offices.
During regular checkups, doctors can then watch a child's language and literacy development, as well as the parent-child relationship.
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