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This makes me feel cheery

I’m really enjoying Amy at Literacy Launchpad’s experiences of reading with her son Isaac. Like Amy, at the moment I am struggling to read to Milo without him wanting to chew on the book itself. Oh well, at least it gives his poor, sodden rabbit a break.

Milo and his poor rabbit

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  1. What a cutie!!

    February 18, 2009
  2. Hi, I loved the picture of Milo with his rabbit, even if it is a bit ‘sodden’.
    It is great to know that you are, reading to Milo, even though he is still very young. The book habit will grow with him, and almost certainly make him one of the best readers when he starts school.

    I am the author of a book which targets the younger child. It is titled ‘William the Fairground Car’ It has ten short stories, and every page is illustrated. Maybe you would consider this as a book you would read to Milo.

    Regards,
    Irene J Harvey
    http://eloquentbooks.com/WilliamtheFairgroundCar.html
    http://myjourneytopublication.blogspot.com

    February 26, 2009

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