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Telling stories and making books: Evidence for an intervention to help parents in Migrant Head Start families support their children's language and literacy

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A study of mothers' language supportive behavior and childrens' words during shared narratives for 75 Spanish-speaking preschoolers in attendance at a Migrant Head Start program randomly assigned to Storytelling for the Home Enrichment of Language and Literacy Skills (SHELLS) or control conditions
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United States

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