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Children, Storybooks and Computers
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Reading Horizons Volume 38, Number 2, ISSN 0034-0502

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Tests use of CD-ROM storybook programs' effects on preschool children's emergent literacy--73 Head Start four-year-olds, divided into experimental, control, and well-read-to control groups used CD-ROM programs for eight weeks. Indicates CD-ROM storybook programs may have a significant effect on emergent reading skills of children not well-read-to before entering school. (PA)

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Talley, S., Lancy, D.F. & Lee, T.R. (1997). Children, Storybooks and Computers. Reading Horizons, 38(2), 116. Retrieved June 20, 2019 from .

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