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Words Fail Me: How Language Works and What Happens When It Doesn't

Words Fail Me: How Language Works and What Happens When It Doesn’t

Parents, educators and general-interest readers will relish a fine book which surveys how language develops in kids. Why isn’t language developing for so many? This explores links between reading, writing, listening and speaking, revealing how these are learned and what happens in the process breaks down at various stages.

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