I ran across this recent article in the Guardian. You can find it HERE.
The piece discusses research correlating the number of books in a child’s home with some overall positive indicators. (I won’t try to summarize the research findings.) Suffice to say, one conclusion reached was that the number of books the child actually read is less relevant than the number of books they were surrounded with growing up.
After you have a chance to review the article, I’d love to hear everyone’s take on this odd correlation. What do you guys think contributes to this?
Looking forward to the comments. Thanks.