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Children's prelitercy skills: Influence of mothers' education and beliefs about shared-reading interactions

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A study of the association of children's preliteracy skills with maternal education and home literacy activities, and an examination of the mediating variable of maternal beliefs about literacy activities, among 45 mothers and their preschoolers from a small Appalachian community
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United States

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