A boy smiles while reading a book while laying on the floor of a library.

We know that learning how to read is important for a child’s success in middle and high school, college, and even life. But did you know that when we engage in habitual, consistent reading we gain improved comprehension, writing style, vocabulary, spelling, grammar—even increased empathy? Reading is a wonderful way to gain an understanding of the complex English language, and studies have shown that time spent reading is a better and more efficient way to learn about nuanced definitions, sentence structures, and grammatical properties.

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