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Paws to Read gives youngsters no pause
Tufts researchers found that young readers improved their literacy skills when they practiced reading to dogs. This Week's News (Ohio) March 14, ...
March 14, 2016
20070228 - Grafton, MA -- Cummings student Sarah Perlmutter takes her cat with her to the the Grafton Library's reading enrichment program "R.E.A.D," in which kids read to animals, mostly dogs.

Tufts researchers found that young readers improved their literacy skills when they practiced reading to dogs.

This Week’s News (Ohio)
March 14, 2016

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