By The Understood Team
Children’s book author Andrea Davis Pinkney, who has children with learning and attention issues, shares fantastic tips about how to motivate young people to read. This video is courtesy of our partner, the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
Elizabeth Babbin, M.Ed.
Apr 11, 2014
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