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Untangling the effects of shared book reading: Multiple factors and their associations with preschool literacy outcomes

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An examination of code- and meaning-related verbal exchanges during adult-child book reading sessions in homes and preschools, and an examination of the relationship between the verbal exchanges and the children?s literacy skills on school entry, among a sample of 130 children and their caregivers and teachers.
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