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The Kids’ Reading Guide is an annual publication coordinated by the Australian Booksellers Association featuring around 100 of the best children’s books from babies and toddlers through to YA as well as having sections for non-fiction and ‘stuff to do’. All the books in the guide are handpicked and reviewed by booksellers from acorss the country, with the help of some enthusiastic young readers! The KRG is practical tool that helps booksellers, librarians, parents and little bookworms select from the year’s best children’s books.
"Reading books out loud with your child is great for their learning and wellbeing, no matter what their age or reading level. [Click here to learn of the] benefits to reading aloud with your child – even after they can read for themselves!"
"Reading aloud and talking about what you're reading with your child from babyhood is the single most important activity you can do to help your child develop the language and literacy skills that will last them for a lifetime ... " This State Library of Queensland web page provides a variety of links to help you support your child.