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Reading Rescue 1-2-3

About the Author

Reading Rescue 1-2-3
by Peggy Wilber, M.Ed., Prima Publishing, ©September 2000

Reading Rescue 1-2-3 book cover The author of this web site has put this information, and much more, into a book called Reading Rescue 1-2-3, published by Prima Publishing. It is a hand's on manual geared towards parents, teachers, grandparents and caregivers of the ten million children who struggle in reading.

Reading Rescue 1-2-3 can also be used to teach a young nonreader how to read. It contains auditory games to improve children's ear/brain connection, phonic skill sets with cartoon stories that make reading interesting and fun for children, and other whole language applications.

This easy-to-follow, step-by-step book paves the way for children to develop better fluency, comprehension, and language skills. Using Reading Rescue 1-2-3 can help your child succeed to read at her grade level or higher.

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