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Julie Rasicot -- I can remember reading picture books to my kids when they were babies and noticing how they were more interested in flipping the thick cardboard pages than in paying attention to the simple stories.
That behavior—and the occasional gnawing of a page—is one of several associated with babies' development of early literacy skills. That's according to the website of Zero to Three, a national, nonprofit organization promoting the health and development of infants and toddlers.
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Topic: Early Childhood