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Podcast: Will books about Costa Rica help kids read more?


Have you ever wondered why one book marked you more than others? The reasons can be many, but studies and experiences agree that when children and adolescents find themselves in front of a book in which they can see themselves reflected, their interest increases, and this can favor progress in the development of skills. readers, and better yet, it can help them find the joy of reading. ⁠

Katherine Stanley Obando reads the story written by Mónica Quesada Cordero from our April-May 2023 edition, “Let’s Read!,” focused on Costa Rican youth reading skills. Read the original story here.

Thank you to Editorial La Jirafa y Yo for their support during this edition. La Jirafa y Yo is a publishing house that specializes in producing books for children and adolescents.

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