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How often do you read to your kids?

National Read Across America Day is March 2 every year on Dr. Seuss' birthday. Parents and teachers are all encouraged to read to kids.

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Tuesday is Read Across America Day when teachers and parents are all encouraged to read to kids.
The day is celebrated this year on what would have been Dr. Seuss' 106th birthday. And you can find a lot of fun activities, games and information about the day and Dr. Seuss in general on Seussville.com.
A few Barnes & Noble bookstores will be celebrating the day with some special storytimes. Click here to find out if the store near you is offering one.
And find tips for parents on reading to kids by clicking here.

I read to both my daughters - the preschooler and baby - every day. At least at bedtime, but often other points during the day.

So how often do you read to your kids? Or ... if they're older ... when did you stop? Any favorite books? Or ones you'd rather never read again?

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