Why read to children? Why not just give them a screen to experiment with? It's the quickest way to keep them occupied. BUT has looking at a screen ever left a legacy?
THE ADVENTURES OF THE LITTLE WOODEN HORSE by Ursula Moray Williams
This book was first printed in 1938 and became a classic. I was born in 1934 and it must have been read to me from an early age. I read it to my children and grandchildren and now 5 great grandchildren are ready. In my first career it enabled me to survive. If you want the rest of the story click HERE