By Kids, For Kids
In this year’s reading guide, Reading by 9 is spotlighting child authors to inspire the next generation of young storytellers. Below are three featured stories, but look out for more throughout our guide (indicated by an asterisk).
Tips and tricks for our readers
Babies to Kindergarten
1st to 2nd grade
3rd to 4th Grade
News Literacy Project
Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles County Library
Orange County Public Libraries
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