One of the greatest gifts a parent can give their child is a love of reading. But exactly how
does one do that? Pamela Paul and Maria Russo—editor and children's books editor, respectively, of the New York Times Book Review
—teamed up to create this literary guide for parents, grandparents, teachers, and caregivers. How to Raise a Reader
offers expert advice on book selection at every age. Dozens of recommendations are given throughout the book, some organized by age/reading level, others by theme (Family Stories, Fear and Bravery, Books That Make Us Laugh). And let's not forget Paul and Russo's #1 tip: "If you want to raise a reader, be a reader."