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Low-income Latino mothers? booksharing styles and children?s emergent literacy development

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An examination the relationship between maternal booksharing styles and low-income Latino children?s language and literacy development based on data collected from 80 New York City area Latino Head Start mothers and their 4-year-old children as they read a wordless children?s picture book together in their homes
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United States
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New York

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